Which Facility Safety Improvements Prevent the Most Falls?

Falls are one of the leading causes of serious workplace injury and death in the US. Even though workplace fatalities have fallen in recent years, deaths from falls have increased! Fall Protection violations top OSHAs list of most common citations for more than ten years running. Recent updates to OSHA’s Walking-Working Surface Standard make the owner’s duty to provide fall protection explicit in the law. So, where do we start?!

Of course, budgets for capital improvements are limited. So it’s important to make these investments according to their ability to do the most good. In this webinar, we will review some of the low-hanging fruit of facility safety improvement—which fall hazards can be addressed to prevent the most injuries, according to the data. We will review these common fall hazards and the respective OSHA standards, and then learn about solutions to address them and create compliance.

Register for this free webinar below!
DATE
: July 27, 2022
TIME
: 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT

Speaker:

Kevin KelpeKevin Kelpe is a workshop facilitator and instructor from Diversified Fall Protection. He is a credentialed continuing ed provider for AIA and IIBEC and has issued hundreds of learning units to architects, engineers, and safety professionals. His live courses and webinars focus on fall protection codes, standards, and solutions to protect window cleaners, maintenance professionals, and other workers at-height. He is an avid mountain biker and backcountry skier based in the Wasatch Mountains of Northeastern Utah.

Diversified Fall Protection specializes in the design, fabrication, and installation of complete fall protection solutions keeping workers safe at all heights. Its turnkey approach creates single-source responsibility for clients’ projects, from engineering and fabrication to installation, training, and system re-certification, as well as supporting clients’ safety and compliance with educational/training resources, and follow up safety inspections.

Date: Jul 27, 2022

Time: 2:00 PM ET

Duration: 1 Hour


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