In April of 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 lock-out, tag-out, tree trimming?, training, energy source control, PPE for Arc Flash and flame situations, enclosed spaces, fall arrest, fall restraint, wood-pole fall-restriction, and work positioning protection. The infographic below outlines the rules changes that impact fall protection standards.

Source: Capital Safety

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