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Category Archives: Fall Protection

Why Proper Battery Care & Maintenance is Critical for Worksite Safety

September 21, 2022

Portable electronic devices and hand-held machinery are typically powered by battery, whether it be a smaller 9-volt or a larger 24-volt pack.

Making fall protection training matter

March 7, 2018Fall protection training has to be a priority for every business where such equipment is needed.

Fall protection training is a major need for many different businesses.

OSHA releases 2017 list of most frequently violated standards

October 25, 2017

OSHA’s list of 2017’s most frequent workplace safety violations is a reminder of the need to regularly review and fix hazards.

Massive anti-compliance penalty underscores vital importance of fall protection

September 13, 2017

A $1.5 million OSHA fine for a contractor underscores the need for an effective fall protection plan.

What the new fall protection rules mean for the equipment you need in 2017

September 5, 2017

New fall protection system rules will affect how employers buy equipment for protecting workers.

Fall protection considerations to improve employee safety

April 12, 2017

A strong fall protection program is needed to keep employees safe and make sure your business is in line with OSHA regulations.

Ladder safety campaign pushes for awareness, employee training

March 15, 2017

Safe use of ladders pays off for businesses and employees alike.

What are the impacts of OSHA’s new fall protection rule?

February 1, 2017

OSHA issued a final rule to update its general industry Walking-Working Surfaces standard that pertains to fall hazards, trips and slips.

OSHA may update shipyard safety rules

September 28, 2016

At the beginning of September, the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued a Request for Information. The agency is considering updating its rules and safety standards pertaining to shipbuilding, shipbreaking, repair or any other type of work at a shipyard.

OSHA likely to finalize slips, trips and falls rule in August

May 26, 2016

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is expected to release its finalized rule on slips, trips and falls in August.