Falls from ladders, scaffolds, and lifts to reach elevated areas can cause serious injury or death to the painters when the wrong kinds of fall protection equipment are used.
Avoiding safety procedures can make painting a hazardous trade. Painters must climb ladders, rig tall structures, and work on platforms and other scaffolding.
The obligations and responsibilities of workers, employers, and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) with regard to safety.
The supervisor’s job not only involves the technical aspect but also the “people” part – along with motivating and handling the employees’ problems too.
Proper job planning and on-site management (supervision and control) are important factors that contribute to profitably accomplishing a professional painting job.