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  • Andrew, Thanks for the info. Would you mind sharing some pictures of your set-up (tension grid and wells)? I would certainly like more information on the OSHA review program, much appreciated! Chris ------------------------------ Chris Yohe EHS Specialist ...

  • Thanks everyone. We installed a tension grid with a 2" x 2" mesh which is great for access to motorized rigging and point rigging as needed. We worked with our Safety Officer and decided on 6" grid wells between panels in the US/DS direction. As Jeffrey ...

  • Waiting for Tracy to chime in, but in my conversations with her and others, some solutions include: Making sure the grid is limited access. That may include locking gates or cages around stairways. In my conversations with Tracy, she thought this ...

  • It seems to me that a wire mesh system with holes larger than 2" is not a "walking/working surface" by one definition (available to journalists and plaintiff's attorneys), and so the alternate means to provide safety becomes necessary. The fact that ...

  • Hi Andrew, We are in a similar situation as our grid deck channels are 3" wide with 3" gaps, and 10" openings for the pick lines. In search for clarification and interpretation on meeting OSHA standards, I spoke with an OSHA duty officer regarding this ...

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