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Free Fall Protection Programs from OSHA - Multi-Lingual

Free fall protection materials from OSHA, as well as the fine folks at CPWR.  Check out their website at http://www.cpwr.com.  They are great people. 283 more words

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Some Tips on Ladder Safety

Major accident at construction sites from height occur due to wrong ladder safety system. Every year at least 300 people die due to fall from ladders. 385 more words

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Fall Protection Equipments & Construction Sites

Fall Protection is essential at construction sites. Every year about 11,000 deaths and 2, 00,000 injuries occur due to fall from heights. It is the major cause of work related injuries. 393 more words

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Fall Protection Wallet Card from OSHA - English and Portuguese

A wallet card to be given after training is performed.  Card has a QR code that can be scanned, so the employee can see additional training materials afterwards. 12 more words

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Free Fall Protection Toolbox Talks and Trainer Guide

A complete publication, which includes ladders, scaffolding, roofing, and other types of fall exposures.  Includes trainer guide and other useful resources.

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Checkmate’s feature-packed fall protection range lifts the LEEA Innovation Award for 2014

Checkmate has emerged as the winner of the LEEA Innovation Award for Best Product at LiftEx 2014, the annual trade exhibition for the overhead lifting industry that was co-located at the Safety and Health Expo, ExCel London, June 17th-19th. 281 more words

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What is a Competent Person in Fall Protection?

“Being a Competent Person is not a title, it is a responsibility.” This reminder, which one of our clients sent to his team of Competent Persons, is reminiscent of the famous quote: “With great power comes great responsibility.” Competent persons may not hold power in a traditional sense, but applying their knowledge can mean the difference between life and death for workers at height. 127 more words