Michigan is one of about 25 states that has their own OSHA-approved plan. The Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) is a state government agency that regulates workplace safety. MiOSHA is an agency within Michigan’s Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA). MiOSHA has two divisions: the General Industry and the Construction Industry.
Fall from height is the leading cause of work-related deaths and injuries in the U.S. MiOSHA made major changes to its requirements for walk-working surfaces and fall protection in the general industry. The changes followed OSHA’s updates to its general industry standards in February 2018.Source: MiOSHA General Industry
When operating in a large metropolitan area like Detroit, Michigan, you will need to meet federal OSHA requirements as well as the local building code. To help you, we’ve outlined the most important federal and local requirements for fall protection systems in the Greater Detroit area.
We pride ourselves on not being "just another company trying to sell you something". We take safety seriously and we want to partner with you to make sure you receive the right fall protection solution that meets compliance requirements, protects your workers while they work at height, and reduces liability for your company.
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