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Working at Height & Height Safety

Certain Works like construction is a risky job. These works need extra care while working because you may face several dangerous conditions at workplace. If you are associated with construction, maintenance, utilities, your exposure to risky situations may be more than those faced by people in other jobs. 366 more words

Fall Arrest

California targets roofers in newest safety initiative

According to the Central Valley Business Times (CVBT), a new initiative has been started by OSHA and the state of California. This safety awareness campaign, also supported by the California Labor Enforcement Task Force (LETF), is targeting workers in the roofing industry, who face a higher risk of job-related injuries and fatalities than those in other occupations. 255 more words


Here's how you can make your safety training budget three times bigger!

Don’t worry, you don’t need to get your eyes checked, you read our headline correctly. The Canadian federal government has a new employer-driven cost-sharing program that can help you offset the expense of employee safety training – and boost the effectiveness of your workforce.   474 more words


Tree service owner sentenced to 15 years

Each training class I provide, I always start off by talking about OSHA and the General Duty Clause 5A(1). Here is an example of a company owner not training someone and hiring a youth. 203 more words


Don't Fall Out Of Compliance: What You Need To Know About Fall Protection

Falls don’t have to happen from 30 feet in the air to have dangerous implication. In fact most falls happen at floor level. Same-level slips, trips, and falls are occupational hazards that can be found in almost every type of work setting. 455 more words

Safety & Security Solutions



Frecuentemente nuestros clientes tienen la pregunta de como proteger sus domos o mallas translucidas de una manera segura y en cumplimiento con normativas internacionales. 290 more words

Proteccion Contra Caidas

Emergency Rescue at Heights: What's your plan?

The Scenario: You’ve sent a worker up to inspect a piece of equipment (crane, wind turbine, oil rig etc.) and they’ve fallen. The worker is now dangling, unconscious, at a height. 337 more words