Fall hazards that may cause injury or death exist when climbing onto, returning from or
working from the top of the container. Always maintain three points of contact (two feet
and one hand, or one hand and two feet) with the folding steps and roof access handle
when climbing onto the ASLMS container. All movement should be in the forward
direction. Never move, step, or walk backward when working on top of the system. A
fall can occur if a worker loses concentration and steps backward off the edge. Stand
erect only if necessary, and only away from the edge. Working from a kneeling position
helps reduce the threat of a fall. Access to roof by forklift or other MHE is forbidden.
Beware of the ASLMS edge and the gap between the FPUs hidden under the EPC.
Inadvertently stepping beyond the ASLMS edge or into this gap can cause serious injury.
The EPC cover has a clearly marked roof safe-work area that defines the edges of the