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By the Numbers: The facts and figures you need to know about fall protection

07/13/2015

Each year, falls from height are among the most dangerous, and most common workplace hazards. Fortunately, there is a wide range of available equipment to protect those working at height. Unfortunately, selecting what type of system to implement can be one of the more overwhelming questions that company decision-makers must address. There are a multitude of regulations and standards to comply with, a huge selection of fall protection options, and a smattering of numbers to crunch before making the final call—product cost, labor cost, spatial dimensions, etc.

This webinar will help companies understand the meaningful numbers relevant to fall protection, from the industry regulations and legal obligations required of companies to what weight limits exist on various systems. Companies will learn a variety of things that can keep the workplace safer, and how to prepare a rescue plan in the event that something does go wrong. The presentation will expand to include training and inspection requirements and show how decision-makers can use hard-hitting figures to make the workplace a safer environment for everyone.

REGISTER BELOW TODAY!
DATE: July 23, 2015
TIME: 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT

https://ohsonline.com/webcasts/2015/06/by-the-numbers-the-facts-and-figures-you-need-to-know-about-fall-protection.aspx?admgarea=Webinar&tc=page0

Speaker:

Kevin Duhamel Gorbel Tether Track™ Product Manager
Kevin Duhamel is a North American product manager with Gorbel Inc. Kevin has more than 15 years of safety industry experience and expertise and has specialized in fall protection since 2008. He is a certified fall protection–competent trainer and inspector.

To discuss fall protection systems relevant to your individual application, contact Technical Tool Products. We are a regional Gorbel dealer, working with customers in Minnesota, Nebraska, North & South Dakota, and parts of Iowa and Wisconsin.

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