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Scaffolds provide necessary access to certain jobs—and require necessary training to work on them safely. OSHA general industry standard on scaffolds (29 CFR 1910.28-29) emphasize specifications that are very precise about everything from the spacing of the poles to the size of the planking. No matter what its type, a scaffold has to be strong enough for its load.

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