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Understanding a Hazard Identification Risk Assessment for Fall Arrest

An overview on how to apply and to understand HIRA for basic fall arrest. No group standardisation for work at height. Every department takes work at height lightly and they think they can do it themselves. No subject matter experts that can carefully and comprehensively plan work at height that is productive and cost effective. Lack of competence training through various work at height levels. Nobody has a good understanding of how to use the various fall arrest devices for different work at height applications. No certified anchor points or anchor lines. Training is done and personal work at height equipment is provided, but then there is nowhere to attach to. No rescue planning, equipment

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