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Through the Alliance, OSHA and SAIA have worked together to provide SAIA's members, and others in the construction industry, with information, guidance, and access to training resources that will focus on reducing safety and health hazards associated with the use of mast climbing scaffolding and aerial lift equipment.

As part of the Alliance, we have developed Safety Tips. The Safety Tips are tools designed to education users on the correct way to perform their work on particular pieces of equipment.

AWP - Jobsite Checklist

AWP - Preparing an AWP for Transports

AWP - Prestart Safety Checklist

AWP - Rescue Plans for AWP Use

AWP - Selecting and Implementing a Fall Protection System for an AWP

MCWP - Mast Climbing Work Platform Safety Tips

MCWP - Mast Climbing Work Platform Safety Tips - Portuguese

Rolling Towers/Mobile Scaffold: Inspection, Maintenance, and Use Tip Sheet

TP - Transport Platform Safety Tips

TP - Transport Platform Safety Tips - Portuguese


Co-developed by the SAIA and the Scaffold, Shoring and Forming Institute (SSFI), these guidelines were created to promote safety in the erecting, dismantling and use of equipment. Each Code of Safe Practices are designed for job site posting and as a easy reference guide.

Accident Prevention Program - Template
Codes for Erecting & Dismantling of Vertical Shoring

Codes for Mast Climbing Work Platforms
Codes for Adjustable Suspended Scaffolds
S
panish - Code for Adjustable Suspended Scaffolds

Codes for Transport Platforms
Codes of Safe Practices for Material Hoist
Codes of Safe Practices for Construction Hoist
Counterweight Formula
Hanging Scaffold Guidelines
Suspended Platforms Job Survey Sheet
Statement of Best Practices of Personal Fall Protection Systems for AWPT
Statement of Best Practices of General Training and Familiarization for AWP Equipment
Statement of Best Practices of Workplace Risk Assessment and AWP Equipment Selection
SAIA Guidelines on Purchasing Inner Access Decks
Plank & Platform Inspection Guidelines


 

 

  



Developed by the SAIA and the Scaffold, Shoring and Forming Institute (SSFI), these guidelines were created to promote safety in the erecting, dismantling and use of equipment. Each Code of Safe Practices are designed for job site posting and as a easy reference guide.
 

Bracing Aligners 12-03
Calculating the Load on a Suspended Scaffolding Hoist
Erecting to Manufacturer’s Instructions 10-08
Flying and Handling Forms Final 11-06
Form Pressure and Pour Rate Basics
Forming Equipment Inspection 7-07
Guidelines for Guying and Tying of Scaffolds
Horizontal Lifelines and Suspended Scaffolds

How much is this Bracket Good For 12-05

Importance of Baseplates

Importance of Bracing 10-08
It's As Good As...Comparison Shopping Tech Bul- 7-05
Multi-tier Loading
Number of hoists vs. Number of operators
Overloading Suspended Scaffold Hoists Final 7-11

Parapet Clamps 12-09 Final
Power for Suspended Scaffolds 7-11 Final
Procedures for Visual Inspection of Frame Scaffolds
Procedures for Visual Inspection of System Scaffolds
Riding of Mobile Scaffolds
Rigging and Stall Load
SSFI Guide to Planks and Platforms 12-11
SSFI Plank Platform Comparisons
Supported Scaffold Selection Guide 11-07
The ANSI-UL 1323 Standard - Can You Rely on Your Hoist
The Use of Scaffolds as Anchorages Final
TiebacksUSCanadianRequirements
Ultimate Yield and Safety Factor
Ultimate Yield Safety Factor
Wind Clips 12-11
Wind Speeds and Swing Stages
Wire Rope Care and Handling 7-11 Final
SC100 LA SAIA 9-12

ANSI-SSFI 05-05

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