According to OSHA-1926 Subpart M, fall protection is required whenever the threat of a fall 6 feet or more to a lower level is present. Conduct a Job Safety Analysis (JSA) in order to safe guard employees against fall hazards.

Key considerations when implementing fall protection:

Remember: Think about fall hazards before work starts. Knowing when fall protection is
required will help to manage fall hazards and focus attention on prevention efforts.

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