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Are rails an adequate risk control measure to prevent falls?

Q: We have a wash waste water pit with a rail on two sides; however, workers still get in and stand on the edge to move the pipe around to suck up the water at the end of the day after washing the floor. Should we have any kind of grate or cover, or are the rails an adequate risk control measure?

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