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Excerpt from "Personal fall arrest system requirements [1926.353(b); 1926.502(d); 1926.651(g); 1926.800; 1926.956; 1926.146(a)]"
Under §1926.502(d), is the use of a rigging sling, attached to an anchor point, configured with a shackle to connect a retractable lanyard to the sling, considered proper fall arrest equipment? Section 1926.502(d)(18) prohibits the use of fall arrest equipment for the hoisting of materials. Can rigging equipment such as slings and shackles be used in a proper configuration for fall arrest purposes?

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