standard railing

standard railing

According to OSHA: a vertical barrier at floor level erected along exposed edges of a floor opening, wall opening, platform, runway, or ramp to prevent falls of persons.
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The work mainly includes screeds, achieving joints, setting the standard railing, shotcrete and protection and anti-corrosion protection.
Every open-sidedfloor or plarorm four feet or more above adjacent floor or ground level shall be guarded by a standard railing on all open sides, except where there is entrance to a ramp, stairway or fixed ladder.
or more above adjacent floor or ground level shall be guarded by a standard railing on all open sides except where there is entrance to a ramp, stairway or fixed ladder.
23 (a) (8), "Every floor hole into which persons can accidentally walk shall be guarded by either a standard railing with standard toe-board on all exposed sides, or a floor-hole cover of standard strength and construction.
It states that "every ladderway, floor opening or platform shall be guarded by a standard railing with standard toe-board on all exposed sides (except at the entrance to an opening), with the passage through the railing either provided with a swinging gate or so offset that a person cannot walk directly into an opening.
Skylights are required to be "secured by a standard skylight screen or a fixed standard railing on all exposed sides.
However, there is no standard railing around the platform and no provision for fall protection.
The form is used (Figure 3) to give an "appears unsafe" rating to fall protection and for scaffolding, because the scaffold is missing the standard railing.
The presence of this barrier allowed us greater freedom in the design of the pedestrian railing that needed to be more open and less massive than the standard railings currently in use.

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