Walking working surfaces publications
Fact Sheet: Fall protection trigger heights for general industry
Lists fall protection trigger heights for walking and working surfaces at general industry workplaces.
Fact Sheet: Ship's ladders and alternating tread stairs
This fact sheet gives recommendations to make ship's ladders and alternating tread stairs safe, although they don't comply with Oregon OSHA's existing standards on ladders and stairs. Oregon OSHA will consider it a minimal violation if they meet the criteria in this fact sheet and were installed because regular stairs are not feasible.
Fact Sheet: Standard railings for general industry workplaces
Details requirements for guardrails to prevent falls from open-sided floors, platforms, stairway floor openings, and walking or working surfaces that are more than 4 feet above the ground; describes the use of standard railings, stair railings, and toeboards.
Fact Sheet: Tarping and fall protection - information for truckers
Protect yourself from falling if you have to adjust, remove, or apply a tarp from the top of your load. This fact sheet tells you what to do.
Fall Protection for the Construction Industry