Michael Angelo demonstrates the "15ft" zone on a roof top image:
MichaelAngelo with Dakota Safety [MichealAngelo@dakotasafety.com]. You're watching outline the building of a Google sky shot screen capture that I did that I've put into the program called SketchUp.
I've now scaled the image to the 50 foot mark that's on the scale the image. And as I'm outlining it's fairly accurate probably within six to six inches to 12 inches, and as I wanted. I'm also looking for shadows, to see if there's different roof heights that might be separate roofs as it finishes. I'm going to have the opportunity to stamp out a 15 foot line that gives me that 15 feet away from all the edges to be able to identify any serviceable unit that's within that zone to be considered for fall protection.
If you have any questions or would like to see this done for your own facility, reach out to me at 866-503-7245 or at MichaelAngelo@Dakotasafety.com. I'm here to help.
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