Lesson Fourteen/Section 1: Introduction
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Introduction

In accordance with OSHA standards 29 CFR 1910.66, 1926.104, and 1926.500, AMED has developed a fall protection program for personnel working in elevated conditions in support of aircraft maintenance. That program is detailed in TI 4100.26, the Environmental and Safety Operation Manual.

The program is intended to:

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EOSH Orientation Lesson Fourteen
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Section 1: Introductions
Page 1: Introduction
Section 2: Lesson Objective
Page 2: Lesson Objective
Section 3: When to Use a Personal Fall Arrest System
Page 3: When to Use a Personal Fall Arrest System
Section 4: Personal Fall Arrest System
Page 4: Personal Fall Arrest System
Page 5: Self-check Question
Section 5: Location of Retractable Lifelines
Page 6: Location of Retractable Lifelines
Section 6: Parking the Aircraft
Page 7: Parking the Aircraft
Page 8: Self-check Question
Section 7: Personal Fall Arrest System Inspection
Page 9: The Full Body Harness
Page 10: The Full Body Harness
Page 11: Personal Fall Arrest System Inspection
Page 12: Self-check Question
Section 8: Donning Procedures
Page 13: Donning Procedures
Page 14: Donning Procedures
Section 9: Maintenance and Storage Procedures
Page 15: Maintenance and Storage Procedures
Page 16: Maintenance and Storage Procedures
Page 17: Self-check Question
Section 10: Lesson Summary
Page 18: Lesson Summary