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Which hurts less, the piercing at the top of the ear, or the piercing from one side of the upper ear to the other?Thanks. =)
The first piercing of the scaffold will feel the same as getting your helix done. The second will hurt a bit more. The healing of a scaffold, however, will probably be more painful than just one helix piercing and will take a bit longer.
Key points for safety of portal scaffolding
The main points of the safety of portal scaffolding1, scaffold erection must be held by professional Jia Zigong, and according to the current national standard "special operations personnel safety assessment management rules" (GB5036) qualification certificates. Staff should conduct regular physical examination, which is not suitable for high operator, not on the scaffold.
i already found the force in rope 2 but im not getting the force in rope 1.
difficult situation. search in google or bing. that could actually help!
How to calculate the double wall scaffolding
Calculation of bearing capacity of foundation:The average pressure of the bottom of the vertical rod foundation should meet the requirements of the formulaP = FGDesign value of foundation bearing capacity:FG = fgk x Kc = 200 kN/m2;
A 67.0- painter is on a uniform 21- scaffold supported from above by ropes. There is a 3.8- pail of paint to one side. The ropes are 1m inside the scaffold on each side. The pail is 1m away from the left rope and 3m from the right rope. The scaffold is a 6m. How close to the right end can he approach safely? How close to the left end can he approach safely?
First of all...no units, no answer. Second of all...according to OSHA (Occupation Safety and Health Administration), NO ONE can walk on a scaffold beam outside the support ropes OR SET ANY OBJECT DOWN outside the support ropes. Hence the answers for both questions are 1 meter. It doesn't matter what a calculation will yield...NO ONE can walk on the beam outside the support ropes safely. Even if a torque balance yields that it will not put the ropes in compression and buckle them...it still isn't considered to be safe by OSHA if the painter is outside the ropes.
I am currently taking early childhood care education as my college major. I am learning about ZPD (Zone of Proximal Development), and scaffolding the the development in early childhood.How would you explain, and define scaffolding
Maybe this will help: scaffolding is the support provided by adults working with a child to help promote and extend development of knowledge and skills. It can mean asking appropriate questions to help extend a child's thought process, or providing suitable activities to help a child learn through hands-on activities. Look it up in your textbook and read the definition and apply it to my explanation above for a deeper understanding, and don't be afraid to ask your instructor questions like this! That's what s/he is there for!
What are scaffold spanners used for?
Ratchet Podger Spanners...Aluminium Scaff Spanners Spanners are wide wrenches that are made from durable metals. Spanners are made specifically for scaffolding and are designed to fit into the tool belt nicely. Spanners are very useful for a number of jobs and are often used along with other scaffold tools on a safety lanyard to prevent dropping the tool to the street below. Spanners work the same as traditional wrenches but like many scaffolding tools are made with a hole in the end of the wrench for the safety strap to be inserted through. Stainless steel and aluminum are the most commonly used metals for spanners to ensure durability even if the item is dropped from high.
Erection of steel scaffolding tools and safety supplies
Safety belt, safety helmet, gloves, rope, steel shear, ribbon sling (sling)