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We had experts identify some of the key mistakes employers and safety personnel are making when implementing fall protection, along with insights for choosing a solution that best protects their employees and their business.
The Real Cost of Falls
Even if your place of business appears to be in great overall condition, it's always worth going through potentially harmful scenarios to avoid dicey situations in the future. Here's our guide to help you ensure that you're covering all your bases when it comes to workplace falls and injuries.
Making Fall Protection a Top Priority
Inadequate fall protection can put your business at a higher risk for employee injury and death. Below are seven ways your company can make fall protection a top priority in 2020.
Safer, More Productive
Too often, the two concepts are seen as being at odds. To be safe, you have to slow down operations. To increase efficiency, safety becomes less of a priority. In fact, that's far from the case. Instead, consider these 10 ways to increase safety in your facility without sacrificing productivity.
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Fall Protection:
This toolkit covers what we consider Fall protection basics: OSHA and ANSI key requirements, Tether Track™ product information, fall hazard assessment, and tips for creating a fall protection plan.
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Fall Protection:
Planning Resource
Inside this resource, you’ll find helpful tips, recommendations and regulatory guidelines to keep in mind when you build or upgrade your site-specific fall protection plan.
Fall Protection:
Anchorage Assessment
One of the most important parts of developing a complete fall protection program is choosing anchorage points from the wide array of options that exist. The assessment is designed as a starting point for you to use when evaluating your current program.