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Most of us are afraid of high buildings and we call it “Acrophobia“- fear of heights. I remember when I was still a kid; I got panic and felt very nervous when I was like falling from a high building. But nowadays, we can see a lot of high buildings and construction industry businesses. We notice men are working at heights, but sometimes we think, are these men working safely? Are they using safety gears and equipment?
Falls regularly happen from roofs, scaffolds, ladders, trucks and story floors or in the mines or dumps. Falls from less than one meter away may result in serious injuries and damages to people such as fractures, spinal cord injury, violent shock and brain injury. The possibility risk of severe injury or death from a fall increases pointedly, so we need to make sure to follow and use safety measures when working at heights over two meters.
Here are some helpful things you need to apply when working at heights:
Also in travel restriction and fall arrest systems and the connected waterfronts must be planned by a skilled person. Any person using such systems must be given the proper training and direction.
Consider the following when using of ladders;
Working at heights seems like we are putting ourselves at risk. It is important to know every safety measure and must follow the instructions from the person who knows excellently in the field. A harmful event is everywhere, so we must always be aware of any circumstances. Keep in mind that being safe requires braveness!