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Surviving The Fall: Proper Use Of Your Personal Fall Arrest System - E4731E
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OSHA requires that the capacity of any anchor point used as part of a fall arrest system be verified by a qualified person.
OSHA’s general industry regulations require an anchor point be able to support _______ pounds per person connected to it.
Before working above ground the harness leg straps should be _____________.
adjusted for a loose fit.
adjusted for a snug fit.
OSHA requires that a fall arrest system reduce the amount of force imparted onto a worker wearing a body harness to not exceed ___________.
To prevent moving too far from the anchor point, your retracting life line should be kept within a ____________ to the vertical at the anchor point.
20 degree angle
5 degree angle
33 degree angle
The components of a fall arrest system include which of the following:
The anchor point
The connecting device
The body harness
All the above
Snap hooks may be connected to any object of suitable strength provided the hook is able to close properly.
The total fall distance is the maximum distance a worker will fall from the anchor point. Which of the following is not a part of the total fall distance calculation?
Height of anchor point
Lanyard elongation distance
Which of the following best describes the minimum height for an anchor point to be used safely?
The total fall distance
The total fall distance plus 3 feet
The total fall distance minus 42 inches