A suspension framework furnished with a hoist(s) that can be worked by an employee(s) on the platform.

Angulated roping:

An arrangement of stage suspension in which the upper wire rope stacks or suspension focuses are nearer to the plane of the structure face than the comparing connection focuses on the stage, hence making the stage press against the substance of the structure.

Conveyor (putlog):

An even cross over framework part (which might be upheld by records or sprinters) whereupon the platform stage rests and which joins framework uprights, posts, shafts, and comparable individuals.

Boatswain’s seat:

A solitary point flexible suspension framework comprising of a seat or sling intended to help one worker in a sitting position.

Body belt (seat strap):

A tie with implies both for making sure about it about the midriff and for connecting it to a cord, help, or deceleration gadget.

Body outfit:

A plan of ties which might be made sure about the worker in a way to convey the fall-capture powers over at any rate the thighs, pelvis, abdomen, chest, and shoulders, with implies for joining it to different segments of an individual fall capture framework.


An inflexible association that holds one framework part in a fixed situation as for another part, or to a structure or structure.

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Bricklayers’ square framework:

An upheld framework made out of outlined squares which uphold a stage.

Carpents’ section framework:

An upheld framework comprising of a stage upheld by sections connected to building or underlying dividers.

Catenary framework:

A suspension framework comprising of a stage upheld by two basically flat and equal ropes appended to primary individuals from a structure or other structure. Extra help might be given by vertical pickups.

Stack raise:

A multi-point customizable suspension framework used to give admittance to work inside fireplaces. (See “Multi-point flexible suspension platform”.)


A primary square utilized toward the finish of a stage to keep the stage from sneaking off its backings. Spikes are additionally used to give balance on inclined surfaces, for example, slithering sheets.

Equipped individual:

One who is fit for recognizing existing and unsurprising perils in the environmental factors or working conditions which are unsanitary, unsafe, or perilous to representatives, and who has approval to take brief remedial measures to dispense with them.

Consistent run framework (Run platform):

A two-point or multi-point customizable suspension framework developed utilizing a progression of interconnected propped platform individuals or supporting structures raised to shape a constant framework.


A gadget for locking together the containers of a cylinder and coupler framework.

Creeping board (chicken stepping stool):

An upheld framework comprising of a board with spikes dispersed and made sure about to give balance, for use on slanted surfaces, for example, rooftops.

Deceleration gadget:

Any component, for example, a rope snatch, tear line cord, exceptionally woven cord, tearing or distorting cord, or programmed self-withdrawing help cord, which scatters a considerable measure of energy throughout a fall capture or restricts the energy forced on a representative during fall capture.

Twofold shaft (free post) framework:

An upheld framework comprising of a platform(s) laying on cross bars (conveyors) upheld by records and a twofold column of uprights free of help (aside from ties, folks, supports) from any structure.


Elective plans, materials, or techniques to secure against a peril which the business can exhibit will give an equivalent or more prominent level of wellbeing for workers than the strategies, materials, or plans indicated in the norm.

Uncovered electrical cables:

Electrical cables which are open to workers and which are not protected from contact. Such lines do exclude electrical lines or force device lines.

Eye or Eye graft:

A circle with or without a thimble toward the finish of a wire rope.

Created decking and planking:

Fabricated stages made of wood (counting overlaid wood and strong sawn wood boards), metal, or different materials.

Manufactured edge framework (cylindrical welded outline platform):

A framework comprising of a platform(s) upheld on manufactured end outlines with necessary posts, level conveyors, and middle individuals.


Burden refusal, breakage, or division of segment parts. Burden refusal is where a definitive strength is surpassed.

Buoy (transport) framework:

A suspension framework comprising of a propped stage laying on two equal conveyors and swung from overhead backings by ropes of fixed length.

Structure platform:

An upheld framework comprising of a stage upheld by sections joined to formwork.

Guardrail framework:

A vertical boundary, comprising of, yet not restricted to, toprails, midrails, and posts, raised to keep workers from tumbling off a framework stage or walkway to bring down levels.


A manual or force worked mechanical gadget to raise or lower a suspended framework.

Pony framework:

An upheld framework comprising of a stage upheld by development ponies (saw ponies). Pony platforms developed of metal are now and again known as support frameworks.

Free shaft framework:

(See “Twofold post framework”.)

Inside hung platform:

A suspension framework comprising of a stage suspended from the roof or rooftop structure by fixed length underpins.

Stepping stool jack framework:

An upheld framework comprising of a stage laying on sections connected to stepping stools.

Stepping stool stand:

A portable, fixed-sized, self-supporting stepping stool comprising of a wide level track stepping stool as steps.


A stage toward the finish of a stairway.

Huge territory platform:

A shaft platform, cylinder, and coupler framework, frameworks platform, or manufactured edge framework raised over generously the whole work zone. For instance: a platform raised over the whole floor zone of a room.

Shelter framework:

An upheld framework kept erect by leaning it toward and leaning it against a structure or structure.

Life saver:

A part comprising of an adaptable line that interfaces with a mooring toward one side to hang vertically (vertical life saver), or that associates with harbors at the two closures to extend evenly (level help), and which fills in as a methods for interfacing different segments of an individual fall capture framework to the safe haven.

Longitudinal propping:

Supporting corresponding to the long side of the framework, so the X runs a similar course as the long side of the platform.

Lower levels:

Regions beneath the level where the representative is found and to which a worker can fall. Such territories incorporate, yet are not restricted to, ground levels, floors, rooftops, slopes, runways, unearthings, pits, tanks, materials, water, and gear.

Bricklayers’ flexible upheld framework:

(See “Independent flexible framework”.)

Bricklayers’ multi-point flexible suspension framework:

A persistent run suspension framework planned and utilized for stone work activities.

Most extreme proposed load:

The all out heap, all things considered, hardware, apparatuses, materials, sent burdens, and different loads sensibly foreseen to be applied to a platform or framework part at any one time.

Portable framework:

A controlled or unpowered, versatile, caster, or wheel-mounted upheld framework.

Staggered suspended platform:

A two-point or multi-point movable suspension framework with a progression of stages at different levels laying on normal stirrups.

Multi-point movable suspension framework:

A suspension framework comprising of a platform(s) suspended by multiple ropes from overhead backings and outfitted with a way to raise and lower the stage to wanted work levels. Such platforms incorporate stack lifts.

Needle shaft platform:

A stage suspended from needle radiates.

Open sides and finishes:

The edges of a stage that are in excess of 14 inches (36 cm) away on a level plane from a strong, ceaseless, vertical surface, (for example, a structure divider) or a solid, nonstop even surface, (for example, a story), or a state of access. Exemption: For putting and lathing tasks the level limit distance is 18 inches (46 cm).


The primary individual from an upheld framework used to build the base width of a platform to offer help for and expanded steadiness of the framework.

Outrigger pillar (Thrustout):

The primary individual from a suspension framework or outrigger platform which offers help for the platform by expanding the platform purpose of connection to a point out and away from the structure or building.

Outrigger platform:

An upheld framework comprising of a stage laying on outrigger radiates (thrustouts) projecting past the divider or face of the structure or structure, the inboard finishes of which are made sure about inside the structure or structure.


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