Catch platform | Article about catch platform by The Free Dictionary
A platform or other construction projection from the face of a building, from which it is supported; used to protect individuals and property from falling debris during construction.
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Engineer Rogelio Legazpi, the local government building official, said protective scaffolding and catch platform
will be put up as safety precautions after the fire.
The current rules require safety lines, nets, or catch platforms
on roofs higher than 16 feet that have a pitch greater than 4 in 12.