Construction rental fences are used on a construction site to provide safety and security on the job. Legally, there are a number of guidelines that need to be taken into consideration before putting one in place at your job site.
Federal And State Laws
Red-tape is rampant in the construction industry, so do your due diligence. Before having a rental fence installed on your job site be sure to check out the state, local and federal law requirements. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, (OSHA) handles labor-related issues on job sites, so they will also have requirements you should attend to.
- Local Government
- State Government
- Federal Government
Quality shouldn’t be an afterthought when security is your primary motivation. Be sure to take a good look at the quality of the fence before having it installed. You need a strong and sturdy fence that will properly keep non-workers out.
For insurance purposes you need to be sure that the fence you choose properly encloses the property. Insurance companies offer construction insurance packages to avoid potential liability issues. Call your agent to check for any requirements they may have.
If you do not comply with all of the laws and regulations you could face fines, or worse, be prosecuted. The job site could also be shut down until all legal issues concerning the rental fence are resolved.
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