When working from a suspended scaffold, your primary life support system is the planking, railings, and rigging. However, even the best designed systems are capable of failing. If a suspended scaffold fails, you can free-fall to serious injury or death. For this reason, a back-up system makes good sense and is required by law. The following are the major points to be considered in setting up your back-up fall protection system.
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