working aloft safety harness
Feb Your Safety at Sea Code of Safe Working Practices forMerchant Personnel working aloft (above metres) should wear a safety harness with
The plan was agreed and relevant working aloft permit to work and risk Always use the right safety equipment in the manner it is meant to be usedWorking
Personal protection gear such as work harnesses, helmets, goggles, gloves appropriate to the job being executed should be used by personnel involved in
MAN ALOFT SAFETY Since many areas on the exterior of a ship that contain radar equipment are inaccessible from decks or built in work platforms, someone
Feb The scaffolding equipment operating instructions and maintenance Personnel working aloft should wear a safety harness with a lifeline or
Regulations governing working at height, in all industries, are well established and most vessels will have some provision for the attachment of safety equipment
Jun The A B was wearing a safety harness but his lifeline was not attached to the shipHe was also not wearing a suitable lifejacket Root causes:.
Feb Working aloft crew members must pay attention to the job at hand as well as their personal safetyA supervisor should be appointed to act
Oct Safety Line connected to the safety harness must have only sufficient Company Ship specific Working aloft checklist to be complied with.
Jan Use the correct PPE (personal protection equipment) point harness, ropes (working rope safety rope), helmet, life jacket, fall arrester,
Dec You must make sure all safety equipment is properly worn or rigged (including a lifejacket, harnesses, nets etc)If you are working overside, the
maintained^ Portable ladder badly stowed, and is blocking safety equipment systemAre portable ladders included in working aloft risk assessments
Jul Use a full body harness with a shock absorbing lanyard or a fall arrest equipment designed for use should be used for working aloftStorage.
Oct A stage or ladder should always be utilized when work is to be done beyond normal reachA safety harness with the lifeline or another
Use safety harnessUse appropriate PPEClean any slippery laddersFalling from heights while workingUnlikelyModerateMediumSafety harness
A safety harness and lifeline must be usedTools should be carried up in secure containers or belts specially designed for carrying tools to prevent them falling
Safety helmet Safety harness and line attached to a strong point Lifejacket All tools to be raised and lowered
Sep guidelines and procedures for working aloft, require the use of safety harnesses, discourage and prohibit rites of passage such as described
Jul If the equipment should rotate or radiate, a Sailor could be injured or killedSailors are equipped with a harness, a safety sleeve, and a lanyard.