Hatch Net Safety Net Inspection Guide
When relying on life-saving devices, it is not enough to assume your equipment is in prime condition. Supervisors must inspect equipment to ensure that it is intact. Effective job performance is only possible with quality equipment. It only takes a few moments to check if the equipment will withstand its intended use. Caring for safety equipment means caring for employees. Ensuring products are in good condition before each use shows respect for workers.
Work can be stressful, from deadlines to call-offs and managing your home life. Let this guide make your daily net inspection process efficient, thorough, and quick.
There are key inspection points for every hatch safety net.
Each factor is an essential part of the inspection process. Taking the necessary time for product inspection is easier than reacting to an accident. Key components of the hatch safety net to check to include: