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Utility Fall Protection

​​In April 2014, OSHA introduced new rules for electrical power generation, transmission, and distribution and revised OSHA 1910.269 and OSHA 1926.954. The new standard contains a significant number of rules dealing with fall protection. All employees working 4 feet or higher above the ground while on poles, towers or other similar structures are required to use personal fall arrest, restraint, or work positioning systems, such as harnesses, self-retracting lifelines, shock-absorbing lanyards, carabiners, and anchorage.

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