Fall Protection Inspection

The Fall Protection Inspection Flow Template is used by Operations departments to accelerate business processes and maintain full control over important documents while eliminating manual actions.

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The automated Fall Protection Inspection Flow Template simplifies the work of the operations specialists and helps close important deals without delays or data losses. With easy-to-configure Bots, Operations departments can begin automating on day one, without writing a single line of code.

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  1. Use professional-looking, editable templates.
  2. Set up smart reminders and notifications so you don’t miss deadlines.
  3. Negotiate contracts with your colleagues and partners in real time.
  4. Populate documents and contracts from your data sources using the no-code Bots.
  5. Automatically archive documents to your storage when a task is completed.

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Save an average of 8 hours per week with an automated Fall Protection Inspection workflow

Spend an average of 10 minutes to complete a Fall Protection Inspection document

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No-code automation, integrations, configuration and distribution of Fall Protection Inspection

  • Add additional fillable fields to Fall Protection Inspection

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  • Embed fillable Fall Protection Inspection in your website or distribute it via a public link

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  • Collect payments for Fall Protection Inspection

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  • Authenticate recipients for Fall Protection Inspection

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  • Request attachments for Fall Protection Inspection from recipients

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  • Integrate Fall Protection Inspection with dynamic web-forms

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  • Auto-generate documents from data in Fall Protection Inspection

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How to Fall Protection Inspection

Watch our quick user guide video and learn how to use the Fall Protection Inspection. Our instructions show how to automate, sync, and streamline document workflows without coding.

How to Fall Protection Inspection

- Working at height can be extremely dangerous. Falls are number one on OSHA's fatal four list. And it also tops the list of most frequently cited OSHA standards violations. If you do have a fall, you rely on the equipment that protects you to keep you safe. In this series, we'll learn how to inspect your fall protection gear to make sure it does just that. In today's episode, we'll look at your harness. If your harness fails, the results could be catastrophic. By the end of this video, you'll understand how to perform an inspection on your harness and know what the rejection criteria looks like that would cause a harness to be pulled from service. (upbeat music) My name is Ben, and this is the Lifting and Rigging Channel. Today, we talk with Tom Horner, inspection manager at Mazzella, to learn how to properly perform a harness inspection. Before putting your harness on or putting it back on the shelf, you need to inspect it and make sure it is safe for use. Tom will walk us through how to do that and show us some examples of criteria that should stop you from putting the harness on and cause you to pull it from service. So let's get into it. (compelling music) - The initial's gonna be when you receive the harness from whomever you purchased it from. You're gonna wanna make sure it's the right harness. Make sure it's the right size, the right model. Make sure you run over it just like you would a normal inspection. Make sure there's no defects that you can visually see. The next would be frequent, which would be your daily use inspection. When the individual goes to put it on for the first time, they're going to inspect it hand over hand. And I would also suggest, depending on the application, that they do an inspection after they take it off because there are situations where harnesses are shared. So you wanna make sure that after you're done using it, you wanna make sure that if you're putting it back on the shelf, it's safe to be put back on the shelf. And then the periodic is gonna be the, at a minimum once every 12 months not to exceed, where it is a documented inspection of each harness. That's gonna be determined on, again, the frequency and severity of use of the harness, depending on the environment and all the other considerations. Third parties are often called in to do the periodic inspections of the personal fall protection. That's a service that we do engage in. All of our inspectors go through the proper training, are deemed competent. When a customer hires us to do their periodic inspection, they have designated us to do that inspection to make those decisions. (upbeat music) Yeah, you're gonna refer to your industry via OSHA and ANSI Z359, the harness manufacturer's requirements and also your own internal requirements. (electronic whooshing)