The New ISEA 121 Dropped Objects Standard Explained: Answers From An Expert
There are few – if any – safety professionals more qualified to answer your questions on the upcoming dropped objects standard than Nate Bohmbach. As chair of the International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA) Standards Committee for Dropped Objects, he’s a leading force in ISEA’s development of a new standard for equipment solutions that prevent dropped objects. Once formally released, the standard will give manufacturers a consistent guideline for classification, test procedure and performance requirements for this equipment.
ISEA 121 includes four classes of solutions: anchor attachments; tool attachments; tool tethers; containers – all safety solutions that Bohmbach himself has helped pioneer, evolve and evangelize in his role as product director at Ergodyne.
In this webinar, he will take you through:
- Why we need a dropped objects standard
- What the new standard will address
- What the new standard WON’T address
- How it might be interpreted for enforcement
- Updated timing on its official release
Register below for this free webinar!
DATE: May 10, 2018
TIME 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT
Nate Bohmbach, Product Director, Ergodyne
Nate Bohmbach’s passion for at-heights safety solutions includes the emerging category of Objects at Heights. As Product Director at Ergodyne, Bohmbach leads the Prevention Pillar, where he has developed innovative safety products and taught best practices to multiple industries since 2011. Nate Bohmbach sits as the chair for the ISEA Standards Committee for Dropped Objects Solutions, is a member of NATE (National Association of Tower Erectors) and sits on the PPE Subcommittee.
Duration: 1 Hour