You're Tying Off to What? Providing Compliant Anchorage Points

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This webinar occurred on:  October 15, 2015

An unfortunate reality in the fall protection industry is that fallen workers are often found on the ground with harnesses on. In many cases, appropriate PPE is available, but proper anchorage options are lacking. One thing is clear—being tied off does not equal fall protection. This presentation will focus on OSHA requirements, but will also cover best practices from the ANSI Z359 fall protection standards.

The presenter will discuss the important engineering aspects of anchorage strength, and the safety considerations of fall clearance, policies and training. Participants will also learn about the appropriate role of a Qualified Person.

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Nolan Miller, P.E., C.S.P. – Principal, LJB Inc.
Mr. Miller is a structural engineer and safety consultant with 17 years of experience. With a thorough knowledge of Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations and international safety standards, he specializes in fall protection consulting and design. He has specific experience providing fall protection solutions in the petrochemical industry, for both upstream and downstream locations. Mr. Miller has a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering and holds dual certification as a professional engineer and a certified safety professional. Since 2004, he has been a facilitator for LJB University, teaching LJB's fall protection training courses.


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Kee Safety, Inc.
Kee Safety, Inc. manufactures collective and personal fall protection equipment that meet or exceed OSHA standards. KeeGuard rooftop safety railings are corrosion resistant, easy to install, and do not penetrate the roof membrane. KeeLine horizontal lifelines and Kee Anchor modular, deadweight anchor systems to provide safe freedom of movement around roof space.

Duration: 1 Hour