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This table applies to a worker using a shock-absorbing lanyard (e.g., ripstitch lanyard). Self-retracting lanyards typically activate, and thus limit free fall distance, within 2 feet. Refer to manufacturer specifications for activation details.
A construction worker is wearing a PFAS including a 6-foot rip-stitch lanyard. He uses a strap anchor to tie off around a steel ceiling joist 4 feet above the D-ring on his back. What is the total fall clearance distance?
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I Respond: I've pulled permits for bunches of construction trailers in Central Florida and I've never had to commit to a specific duration. I'm also wondering how these spies determined that the trailer would go in the Jurassic Park area? I mean, the construction trailers for Potter are sitting right next to the Cabana Bay site (miles -- literally -- away from Potter). 184.108.40.206August 29, 2013 at 7:10 PM · To answer your question TH...Umm...Uhh...I see your point and frankly haven't got a clue...That is what I get for trying to do rumors and news from an ivory tower in Denver. Robert NilesAugust 29, 2013 at 9:28 PM · Isn't it obvious, then? The construction trailers at Jurassic Park are for Disney's Star Wars Land. Duh. N BAugust 30, 2013 at 2:02 AM · TH, I heard the ground markers in JP are blue... that tells you something right there. Any other color would be nothing, but blue is important. 220.127.116.11August 30, 2013 at 3:00 AM · Probably because it says so on the Orlando Permit site:Go to enter BLD2013-05885 Ray SchroederAugust 30, 2013 at 5:53 AM · I am proud to say that I survived Action Park intact. Their water drop slide, you were airborne for the entire drop. You only made contact at the bottom. They had some crazy rides. 18.104.22.168August 30, 2013 at 8:51 AM · That permit on that site has KHS&S listed, they did quite a bit of the work on the Jurassic Park area when IOA opened, so I suspect the rumor sites were just using some educated speculation. Certainly leans that way. Anon MouseAugust 30, 2013 at 9:19 AM · Case Number: BLD2013-05885 Primary Address: 6803 ADVENTURE WAY Project Name: KHS&S OFFICE CONST TRLR Master Number: BLD2013-05885 Case Description: Universal studios construction office trailer for approximately 18 months. So it is 18 months. I don't understand why TH is the authority for construction. Just because he has his experience doesn't mean other people have the same experience. TH CreativeAugust 30, 2013 at 1:19 PM · Again, I've never pulled a permit and been asked for a duration. And I've pulled trailer permits for multiple projects. Meaning the 18 months (or for that matter any duration) could be a default. Also, the duration does not necessarily mean the trailer will be up and running for 18 months. It could be up for just five, six or ten months. Again, I don't know, I've never had to provide a duration.Second, the Blog Flume post says "One of the people in our spy network just came across a permit to put in a construction trailer in the Jurassic Park area ..."Actually, Adventure Way (the address listed) is outside of Islands of Adventure in "trailer city." Not sure how that constitutes "the Jurassic Park area" any more than it would be regarded as "the KidsZone area." All of the construction trailers working on the Potter project are located there and that places them a bit more than a mile away from the job site. Third, the company referenced on the permit is KHS&S who were just awarded renovation work at City Walk. City Walk is about to experience a major face-lift with multiple restaurants going under renovation. The general contractor on the City Walk project is Hensel-Phelps whose trailer is located on (you guessed it) Adventure Way.Any expansion at Universal would be wonderful for my industry and my community. I would welcome such an arrival. But when I talk to my sources in Central Florida commercial construction ... I have yet to hear anything solid regarding another major attraction at Universal.Perhaps those (ahem) "other people have the same experience" I do could step up and post some better or additional information. That'd be great! TH CreativeAugust 30, 2013 at 1:24 PM · Note to NB ... That was funny :o) ... Well played! Anon MouseAugust 30, 2013 at 2:10 PM · There is a Temporary Construction/Office Trailer Permit."Construction trailers may be allowed for a period up to 2 years with additional 6-months extensions, but shall not be installed until after the issuance of a building permit and shall be removed within 30 days of issuance of the final Certificate of Occupancy."So the default is 2 years, not 18 months.Perhaps they are cracking down (maybe someone complained). This is known to happen on occasion. It isn't always business as usual. TH CreativeAugust 30, 2013 at 2:25 PM · Yes ... They are cracking down ... That must be it ... Maybe we could check with the "other people" and get some confirmation. Anon MouseAugust 30, 2013 at 2:40 PM · Well TH, you done a wonderful job with your analysis. Surely, you must know. CALL THE OFFICE!!! That's the other people. TH CreativeAugust 30, 2013 at 2:45 PM · (Chuckle)Unfortunately the office staff is busy grappling with the big construction trailer crack down. Anon MouseAugust 30, 2013 at 2:49 PM · Yes, that must be it. No, they are merely documenting their terms. The crackdown comes later, as anyone who dealt with the permit office will know. They are quite strict with details. TH CreativeAugust 30, 2013 at 2:56 PM · Annnnnnnnnnnd ...Scene!(THC bows deeply) N BSeptember 1, 2013 at 3:55 PM · I have to hand it to TH, he knows his stuff. Now we just need to turn him to the dark side... and I don't mean Disney Star Wars Land. I bet if I paid for his parking at the Hard Rock, he would be much more receptive to USF brainwashing tactics. Anon MouseSeptember 1, 2013 at 7:35 PM · Did TH know his stuff this time? This article has been archived and is no longer accepting comments. 2b1af7f3a8