Working on top of equipment or loading trucks is not only dangerous but in most cases against company policies and OSHA's Standards 29 CFR 1910 Subpart D: and Subpart 1: 4, 5, or 6 foot working surface rule.
Employers have safety policies in place to keep workers from climbing on top of loads or equipment, as most employees do not have fall arrest protection training and even less have a full body harness, lanyard or self retracting lifeline (SRL) with them or in their truck.
Drivers are fully and completely responsible for the safety and security of their trucks, this means either they break company policies and climbing on loads on flatbed truck. The loads need to be secured so they are not damaged in transit or fall off and cause accidents on highways.
A Turn Key System Includes:
*Travel and related expenses are charged extra - FOB our Installers location.