Ladder Safety – Plan, Provide & Train to Save Lives
To kick off this year’s National Ladder Safety Month, we will be discussing OSHA’s program (Plan, Provide, Train) and how you can apply to ladder safety to prevent injuries and save lives.
When working from heights, employers must plan projects to ensure the job is done safely. Begin by deciding how the job will be done, what tasks will be involved, and what safety equipment may be needed to complete each task.
Workers who are six feet or more above lower levels are at risk for serious injury or death if they should fall. To protect these workers, employers must provide fall protection and the right equipment for the job, including the right kinds of ladders, scaffolds, and safety gear.
Every worker should be trained on proper set-up and safe use of equipment they use on the job. Employers must train workers in recognizing hazards on the job.
Attendees will learn advanced planning and training techniques and principles. You will also learn about the latest innovations in fall protection, fall prevention and ladder safety from several manufacturers.
Register today for this free webinar
: March 1, 2018
: 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT
David Francis has been in the ladder business for over thirty years. As a college student he cleaned the offices of Little Giant Ladder Systems at night and has stayed with the company ever since. Working his way up the ladder (pun intended), Dave became the Director of R&D and holds five U.S. patents for improvements in ladder design. He is now the National Safety Director, with the sole purpose of preventing ladder accidents and hopefully saving lives by promoting ladder safety training and innovation in safe ladder design. His goal is the same as yours, getting everyone home to their families at the end of the day.
If you are interested in free ladder safety training, please complete the Contact Us form, or contact Dave at email@example.com or 801-362-8586, or visit www.littlegiantladders.com.
Date: Mar 01, 2018
Time: 2:00 PM ET
Duration: 1 Hour