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Limited access zones around masonry wall construction must meet all these requirements except: a) equal to the height of the wall plus four feet b) set up on the side of the wall that is scaffolded c) run the entire length of the wall d) restricted to workers actively engaged in building the wall
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B) Fix scaffolding on the side of the wall
Restricted access zones are used as a precaution of some kind for employees working on a particular site that they are entering a potentially dangerous / hazardous area of the site.
It is true that placing scaffolding on a particular side of the wall can be a signal / pointer for restricted access zones. But it’s not necessarily a requirement made by OSHA. It could use yellow lines or wooden blocks of some kind as a pointer.