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Contact: Laurie Weber, Executive Director
Scaffold & Access Industry Association
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OSHA and Scaffold & Access Industry Association Alliance Develop Rolling Towers/Mobile Scaffold: Inspection, Maintenance, and Use Tip Sheet
Kansas City, MO - Through the OSHA and Scaffold & Access Industry Association (SAIA) Alliance, we are proud to announce the development of a series of“Rolling Towers/Mobile Scaffold: Inspection, Maintenance, and Use Tip Sheet”. This new tip sheet is designed to assist workers in the proper inspection and maintenance of rolling tower/mobile scaffold.
“The publication of the Rolling Tower/Mobile Scaffold Tip Sheet is a significant step forward in the industry's goal of getting crucial safety information into the hands of the person who requires it most, the worker. The OSHA Alliance process is an essential component of industry outreach, and the SAIA's Alliance program has produced a substantial amount of quality safety information. The scaffold & access industry can only benefit from this process, there is no down side to prevention of accidents, and credit must go to both the OSHA and SAIA's Alliance team, who have combined to produce a concise and productive process," said Marty Coughlin, SAIA President.
This tip sheet adds to the collection of complimentary OSHA and SAIA tools for scaffold & access workers. These documents are available for download at http://www.saiaonline.org/OSHAAlliance or you may contact SAIA headquarters at (816) 595.4860 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
About the SAIA
The Scaffold & Access Industry Association (SAIA) is a non-profit trade 501(c)(6) association committed to raising the standards of professionalism within the scaffold and access industry. The SAIA represents all facets of the scaffold & access industry through various councils that include, aerial work platform, construction hoist, fall protection equipment, international, industrial, mast climbing, plank and platform, shoring, supported scaffold and suspended scaffold. Through its various programs, the SAIA promotes safety, training and a highly professional, responsible image of the scaffold and access professional. The SAIA delivers hundreds of safety training programs a year at various locations throughout the world. These programs cover all aspects of scaffold and access safety and equipment use. The SAIA is also the secretariat for the American National Standard, SAIA ASC A92 standards. For more information, call 816 595.4860 or visit us at www.saiaonline.org.