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In some jobs, the easiest way to access the work area is to hang by a thread—well, a rope. The inspection of dams and spillways, access to interior or exterior structural and architectural components of buildings, highway/bridge inspection and maintenance, access to power plant penstocks, and similar types of work are increasingly accomplished using rope or suspended chair access. This checklist will help ensure that you’re protecting workers who perform rope-access operations.

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