Fall Protection Safety Training – Special Report
Falls are one of the oldest causes of injuries and death.
A worker is most at risk if working at heights of four feet or more; above running machinery, water and hazardous liquids, or exposed to an opening in a work surface. Fall protection equipment can mean the difference between life and death.
Working at heights is any work where a person could fall a distance and be injured. This event might include, for example, falling from a step ladder, off of a roof, or through an unguarded hole in the ground or floor. Fall protection may also be required when working above an open-top tank, bin, hopper, or vat.
In SafetyNow ILT’s latest safety training report, receive materials you can use today to train your team on fall protection.