Safety

OSHA’s Fall Protection Updates: What You Need to Know

THOM KRAMER The updated OSHA rule on Walking-Working Surfaces and Personal Fall Protection Systems (29 CFR 1910 Subparts D&I) has been in effect for more than a year. The updated regulations can have a major impact on maintaining a compliant fall protection program, but the document in the Federal Register is more than 500 pages and difficult to process. Here’s ...

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OSHA’s Fall Protection Updates: What You Need to Know

THOM KRAMER The updated OSHA rule on Walking-Working Surfaces and Personal Fall Protection Systems (29 CFR 1910 Subparts D&I) has been in effect for more than a year. The updated regulations can have a major impact on maintaining a compliant fall protection program, but the document in the Federal Register is more than 500 pages and difficult to process. Here’s ...

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Human Performance and Risk Reduction

MARK MONTONARA Accidents happen. No matter how many safety procedures you have in place or safety mechanisms a facility has installed, human error can cause an incident. But leaders can foster a culture of safety that will reduce the potential for human error and stop critical performance incidents from occurring. What it takes is careful planning to identify potential risks ...

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