OSHA Turns up the Heat To the Editor: Concerning the temporary safety railings shown in Figure 1 of the article "Fall Protection: Complying With OSHA's New Rules" (1/96), my experience is that you are going to run into problems with second-story wall platers with this setup. Second-story platers are concerned with getting the walls at their proper widths for trusses, despite the measurements that the first floor ends up at. Even if the first floor is perfect, joist hangers are going to really piss off a second-story plater. I have been on projects with inspectors roaming round the clock and seen secondstory platers kick the railing right off the building because they were not allowed enough room to plate