|Topic: Structural Framework – Tilt-up Panels||Issued by: V.P., WorkSafe Services|
|Statute: General Regulation 91-191||Date Issued: August 15, 2006|
|Section: 94.2(1)||Date Revised:|
What are the requirements for the erection of tilt-up panels?
While there is sometimes confusion, precast concrete panels are generally panels that are manufactured off site in a controlled factory setting and then transported on site. Tilt-up panels are generally manufactured on site. For the purposes of these regulations, the distinction is not important once the panels are on site. If the panel is part of the structural framework, section 94.2 applies.
Where structural framework is being erected using structural steel or precast concrete, an employer shall ensure
|94.2(2)||If it becomes necessary to modify the procedures referred to in subparagraph (1)(b)(ii), an employer shall ensure that the procedures as modified are certified by an engineer.|
An employer shall ensure
An employer shall ensure that the drawings referred to in paragraph (1)(a) and the procedures referred to in subparagraph (1)(b)(ii), or as modified under subsection (2),
Where structural framework is being erected,