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Re: OSHA 4-bolt column anchorage

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I don't think the safety regs with regard to fall arrest,
etc allow an iron worker to climb the column these days.
Gary


On 7 Feb 2006 at 14:07, Jnapd(--nospam--at)aol.com wrote:

> I think part of the reason for the requirement was that if 250# iron worker  
> climbed on column with only two bolts and he/she was leaning in a direction  
> perpendicular to the bolt axis the column may lean or bend in that  direction.  
> With four bolts the column should not move and put the iron  worker in harms 
> way...................assuming there are nuts attached of  course.
>  
>  
>  
> Joe  Venuti
> Johnson & Nielsen Associates
> Palm Springs,  CA
> 
> 



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