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A worker who is not using fall arrest protection loses his footing at the top of a six-story building, calls for help, and then falls. if his coworkers on the ground hear his cry, how much time do they have to take measures to break his fall

Annie Barnes

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Curtis Rhodes on August 3, 2018

The correct answer is two seconds. This means that in the span of two seconds, someone can fall from the top of a six-story building in the ground and is very likely to be seriously injured or killed. In a short space of time, it is very unlikely that a fall can be broken and the person will be unharmed. Therefore, one should always make sure that he or she used for fall arrest protection when working on the n elevation.

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