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Excerpt from "Anchoring 2-point suspension scaffolds;criteria for testing anchorages.[1910.66; 1910.28(g)(11); 1926.451(d)(18)]"
ection 1926.451(d)(18), which applies to construction work, and 1910.28(g)(11), which applies to general industry work, both require that two - point suspension scaffolds be secured to prevent them from swaying. Would an engineered suction cup system be an acceptable anchorage for securing the scaffold?

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