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The UW requires a Fall Protection Work Plan when working at heights greater than 10 feet. It must be posted at the worksite for the duration of work activities.
This ladder safety focus sheet was created for the UW’s Fall Protection Program.
Personal fall protection systemwww.lni.wa.gov
Whether you are accessing lighting for a theatre production or on a roof to make repairs or just walking across campus you must be protected from fall...
EH&S has new and updated tools for UW units to help protect staff engaging in high risk activities:
Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) Procedure
Confined Space Evaluation
Fall Protection Work Plan
Use the Spill Response Poster as a guide to clean up radiological, chemical and biohazardous spills.
Post in your lab alongside the Exposure Response Poster.
Hot work operations can be dangerous, especially in areas where flammable or combustible materials are present. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), U.S. fire departments...
We rely on electricity, but sometimes underestimate its capability of causing injury. Even household current (120 volts) can stop your heart. UW personnel need to be aware of the hazards...