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Hazards Image 1111: Cement Masons/Washington State Department of Labor and Industries Unsafe job-made ladder.

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1 Hazards Image 1111: Cement Masons/Washington State Department of Labor and Industries Unsafe job-made ladder Broken rails Missing rungs

2 Hazards Image 891: OSHA Training Institute, Southwest Education Center No fall protection / personal fall arrest system No personal protective equipment (PPE) Improper ladder use (less than 3 feet above the point of support, Not secured)

3 Hazards Image 870: OSHA Training Institute, Southwest Education Center No fall protection / personal fall arrest system Improper use of an A-Frame step ladder

4 Hazards Image 211: NIOSH/John Rekus Climbing the ladder with only one hand Pry bar may get tangled in rungs

5 Hazards Image 889: OSHA Training Institute, Southwest Education Center No fall protection / personal fall arrest system No personal protective equipment (PPE) Improper ladder use (less than 3 feet above the point of support, not secured)

6 Hazards Image 868: OSHA Training Institute, Southwest Education Center No fall protection / personal fall arrest system No personal protective equipment (PPE) No scaffolding or mechanical lift

7 Hazards Image 847: OSHA Training Institute, Southwest Education Center No fall protection / personal fall arrest system No personal protective equipment (PPE) Improper job-built ladder Improper lifting practice Falling material Poor housekeeping Possible improper ladder use

8 Hazards Image 821: OSHA Training Institute, Southwest Education Center No fall protection / personal fall arrest system No personal protective equipment (PPE) Tripping hazards Improper slide guards

9 Hazards Image 995: OSHA Training Institute, Southwest Education Center Hazards Scaffold overloaded (correct scaffold for the load, planking sags more than 1/60 of span) Load is not on top of supports Scaffold missing: cross bracing, full planking, falling object protection No working space Scaffold not level (leaning)

10 Hazards Image 226: NIOSH/John Rekus Scaffold missing: cross bracing, full planking, falling object protection Scaffold set up on top of unsecured excavation (no caution tape) Scaffold footing not properly braced Poor housekeeping Improper ladder use (less than 3 feet above the point of support, not secured) Ladder used is the top of an extention ladder, does not have feet

11 Hazards Image 224: NIOSH/John Rekus Ladders jack platform cannot be over 20 feet high Improper ladder use (less than 3 feet above the point of support, not secured)

12 Hazards Image 155: NIOSH/John Rekus Improper scaffold guarding (midrail, toeboard or mesh) No fall protection / personal fall arrest system Improper use of scaffolding (working on an elevated work surface) No access ladder shown


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