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Have you planned your Stand-Down to Prevent Falls event yet?

By Erik Harden, BWC Public Information Officer

Quick question: Do you know the most frequently cited violation by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)? Don’t peek at the link. 312 more words

Ohio Bureau Of Workers' Compensation

OSHA’s Top Citation: Fall Protection: New Gear, New Regulations and New Standards - What Every EHS Pro Should Know!

By Guest Blogger: Allyson Clark

Plan, Provide and Trainis OSHA’s slogan for fall protection – sounds easy enough, Right? Well except that for the last 10 years, fall protection has been the number one issued citation by OSHA for construction and general industry. 1,499 more words

Technical Skills

Global Fall Protection Market Research 2017 Analysis and Forecasts to 2022

MarketResearchNest.com adds “Global Fall Protection Market 2017-2021”new report to its research database. The report spread across 70 pages with table and figures in it. 495 more words

Business And Finance

Tool Talk Safety - Ladder Safety

Safety Tip!

Did you know??

1 in 42 workplace deaths are caused by a fall from a ladder.

Fall protection equipment is the only thing between you and the ground if you take a tumble. 174 more words

Safety

Competence and organisation when working at height

By Jason Godfrey, General Manager of Safesite

A Crown Court case which saw three companies fined a total of £400,000 for a worker’s fall through a fragile roof has highlighted the importance of following Construction (Design and Management) regulations, and the need to ensure competence of all contractors working at height. 1,060 more words

Construction

Are Your Fixed Ladders Compliant with New OSHA Regulations?

Fixed ladders are among the many aspects of fall protection that are impacted by the recently published OSHA 1910 regulations. While the regulation went into effect on January 17, OSHA is allowing time to get your organization into compliance. 565 more words

Safety

American Flag Flying

Just a little work needed to be done on the flag pole. Certain individual decided to raise the flag to the wrong height and something snapped. 7 more words

Mobile Crane