OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY HEALTH ADMINISTRATION  OSHA
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The following OSHA Regulations  for Rooftop Guardrail Systems, which include how to protect the perimeter of the roof, leading edge, rooftop openings, warning lines, skylights and other design features that abide by OSHA- CAL OSHA. BlueWater’s products ensure personnel protection, by eliminating the hazard and protecting the individual.  Our line of Rooftop systems products are tested, to meet or exceed the below regulations.

Guarding floor and wall openings and holes. – (Standards – 29 CFR) 1910.23
Scope, application, and definitions applicable to this subpart. – (Standards – 29 CFR) 1926.500
Duty to have fall protection. – (Standards – 29 CFR) 1926.501
Fall protection systems criteria and practices. – (Standards – 29 CFR) 1926.502

Training requirements. – (Standards – 29 CFR) 1926.503

Skylight guarding requirements – 1910.23(a)(4)

CAL OSHA
1620. Design of Temporary Railing
1621. Railings and Toeboards
1633. Elevator Shafts to Be Guarded
3209. Standard Guardrails
3210. Guardrails at Elevated Locations
3211. Wall Openings
3212. Floor Openings, Floor Holes and Roofs
3213. Service Pits and Yard Surface Openings
3214. Stair Rails and Handrails

Throughout the site you will be able to reference back to this page to see which products you need to stay compliant. If you have any additional questions regarding OSHA Regulation on Rooftop Guardrail systems please contact us at info@bluewater-mfg.com