How to avoid the danger of working at height?

Industry I 2020-09-15, Number of views:13

Q: What is aerial work?  

It is clearly stipulated in the national standard GB/T3608-2008 "Classification of Work at Heights": "Anyone who falls above 2m (including 2m) may fall  The work carried out at high places is called high work.

Common high work: changing light bulbs, hanging promotional banners, ceiling or roof construction, large equipment maintenance, exterior wall cleaning, aluminum scaffolding construction, etc.

Q: What are the dangers of working at height?

Falling from height (missing seat belt, safety rope  , The ladder is unstable, the sling rope is aging and broken);

Electric shock (live work or accidental contact with high-altitude power lines);

Cause fire (high-altitude work involves welding and other hot fire  Work);

Object strikes (working tools and materials fall and cause harm to people below).

Q: How to avoid  The danger of working at height?

Should go to the site to check and confirm safety protection measures (safety belts, helmets, protective fences, etc.);

Use high-safety aluminum  Alloy climbing work tools

Use aluminum alloy climbing work ladders correctly

Tools, materials, parts, etc. used for work at heights must be put in the tool bag, and no objects should be held in the hands when going up and down.  Throw tool materials and other objects. When tools and materials that are easy to slide and roll are stacked on scaffolding, measures should be taken to prevent them from falling.

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