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One system I have used before:

http://www.flexiblelifeline.com/


Will

On Tue, Nov 4, 2008 at 11:47 PM, Harold Sprague <spraguehope(--nospam--at)hotmail.com> wrote:
> http://www.asse.org/
> http://ehstoday.com/
> http://www.snugharness.com/rescue-equipment-landing.php?gclid=COm-gOWc3ZYCFQaB1QodMDLf2Q
> http://www.lprconst.com/
>
> I have attached some web sites that specialize in safety.
>
> I have also placed a link to LPR Constr.  Rocky Turner is the President and
> one of the lead authors of OSHA Subpart R.
>
> One of the things that you will find problematic is the nature of the
> applied loads defined in OSHA are somewhat vague as to whether they are
> service loads or limit state loads.  Generally they are assumed to be
> service loads, but the safety factors have a problem with consistancy.
>
> Obviously, you can look up the OSHA standards.
>
> Regards, Harold Sprague
>
>
>
>
> ________________________________
> Date: Mon, 3 Nov 2008 16:13:26 -0600
> From: barcosr(--nospam--at)gmail.com
> To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
> Subject: fall protection systems
>
> Hello everyone,
>
> Newt week I'll be taking a course at Dayton, Ohio about fall protection
> system according to the ANSI/OSHA standards. The course include several
> topics about fall protection, fall distance clearances, lifeline systems
> etc., all of them topics I've never had to deal with. So, in order to avoid
> failing in the course (language issue is already a problem to be taken in
> count), i'd like to know if any of you could recommend me any website or
> source where I could find information related with the topics of my course
> so that I can go with an useful background. The objectives of this course
> are listed below
>
> 1) apply ANSI/OSHA standards to evaluate and select proper fall protection
> system and training personnel; 2) design fall arrest systems by calculating
> allowable loads on existing beams, free fall and fall distance clearances
> and determining the effects of swing fall; 3) recognize and describe the
> critical elements involved with single-and multi-span horizontal lifeline
> systems and will calculate reaction forces; and 4) illustrate an effective
> rescue plan.
>
> Any help will be deeply appreciated.
>
>
> --
> Atentamente,
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>
> Ing. Benjamín Arcos Reyes.
> Visita: http://www.senderodelpeje.blogspot.com/
>
>
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