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How to Know When You Need Fall Protection – A Complete Guide

How to Know When You Need Fall Protection – A Complete Guide

Fall protection regulations can be tricky.  Depending on what industry you are in, what task you are performing, or what piece of equipment you are using, your requirement to have and utilize fall protection can be anywhere from 0’ to 30’.  That’s a big difference without even counting all the various requirements at heights in between.  So, how are you to know when you need fall protection?

OSHA Provides a Deadline for Fall Protection Training

OSHA Provides a Deadline for Fall Protection Training

It seems like we’ve been talking about the “upcoming” and “recently passed” Walking/Working Surfaces rule for a long time and many people may remember that contained within the rule were some delayed effective dates.

Ladder Cages Are No Longer the Right Solution

Ladder Cages Are No Longer the Right Solution

As of the release of the new Walking/Working Surface standard, ladder cages are being phased out. 

4 Things You Need To Know About the New OSHA Regulations

4 Things You Need To Know About the New OSHA Regulations

A free ebook to help you understand the recent changes OSHA made to their fall protection regulations.

Understanding the New OSHA Approved Options for Fall Protection

Understanding the New OSHA Approved Options for Fall Protection

Late last year, OSHA published a long-awaited final rule on Walking and Working Surfaces. To those who are governed by the construction regulations, much of the new rule will be familiar, specifically the section on Personal Fall Arrest Systems (PFAS). However, here is a guide to what has changed.

Using Portable Ladders Safely

Using Portable Ladders Safely

Whether you’re a plumber, painter, electrician, maintenance worker or any other number of trade professionals, the portable ladder is a go-to solution for difficult-to-reach work tasks. Therefore, it is important workers know how to properly and safely use portable ladders.

10 Safety Tips for Working at Heights

10 Safety Tips for Working at Heights

Whether you work at heights every day or just once in a while, your focus on safety during those times is of utmost importance. It takes one mistake to turn a routine work task into a fatality. You must be prepared to protect your employees each and every time they could be exposed.  Here are ten tips to consider if your employees work at heights.

Creating a Safe Walkway

Creating a Safe Walkway

Pedestrians are some of the most vulnerable employees in a warehouse setting simply because (as we’ve stated in some of our recent articles) in a physical battle between man vs. machine, the machine is going to win.

Protecting Warehouse Workers

Protecting Warehouse Workers

In a recent article, we discussed the overall hazards forklift use in a warehouse poses and what you need to do to have a successful safety program in such a situation.  However, let’s drill down a little further to see not only how we can protect our workers from forklift hazards, but also how to protect them from other hazards that exist in warehouse environments.

5 Ways to Effectively Use Your Safety Budget

5 Ways to Effectively Use Your Safety Budget

Sometimes you may have the luxury of working for a company that says, “Safety? Whatever you need, you get.”  However, that is certainly not always the case.  More often than not, you will need to work within a budget to meet your safety needs. 

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