CONSTRUCTION AND SCAFFOLDING
In construction the risk of falling during work at heights can be very high. During scaffolding assembly and disassembly specifically, the operator must protect himself by means of appropriate personal protection equipment against the risk of falling when the anchoring point is below or level with their feet. Scaffolding operations and construction in general often have treading surfaces at limited heights with respect to the ground or any hazards below. Therefore, these operations imply problems of reduced clearance distances which, in the event of a fall, could cause contact between the operator and the ground or the obstacles below, before the fall arrest system can arrest the fall correctly. CAMP Safety offers two solutions to solve the problem of limited clearance distance.