Safety managers. Workers. Business owners. Everyone at a worksite plays a role in helping keep people healthy and safe. At 3M, our role is supporting you with the right resources to get the job done and bring your workers back home through the science of safety.
This session will focus on all the components that make up a comprehensive fall protection system: anchor points, body support, connectors, descent and rescue, dropped object prevention, and education/training.
Understanding the hazards and knowing the applicable standards of leading/sharp edge work (ANSI Z359.14) is an important part of protecting your workers at heights, especially in construction.
When your worksite is complex and standard fall protection solutions are not enough, developing fall protection and access solutions tailored to your circumstances is key. This webinar will define what challenging tie-offs are and will walk through a blueprint of how to address these unique challenges.
Confined spaces can be an extremely dangerous work environment, and when a worker inside becomes incapacitated, the need for proper, efficient, and effective emergency response is critical. Attendees are introduced to confined space standards, leadership and rescuer roles, hazards to be aware of, and entry, working, and rescue solutions.
Horizontal lifelines are one of the most misused products in fall protection. This session will raise awareness about vector forces and why a Qualified Person is required by OSHA when horizontal lifelines are in use. This will tie into calculating fall clearance and understanding how to calculate fall clearance based on our applications and equipment.
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