Safe Use of Personal Fall Arrest Systems

Safe Use of Personal Fall Arrest Systems

Barrett Pryce

Barrett Pryce

Marketing Manager

Barrett Pryce is the Marketing Manager with Vivid Learning Systems, an online safety training provider making life a little easier for safety professionals.

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On OSHA’s website you can find a “Quick Card” listing the top four construction hazards, and ways to protect against them. We found OSHA’s list to be a great tool for construction workers, so we decided to pass it on. Here’s the list, along with some extra resources we’ve added to help keep you safe on the job.

Falls

  • Wear and use personal fall arrest equipment.
  • Install and maintain perimeter protection.
  • Cover and secure floor openings and label floor opening covers.
  • Use ladders and scaffolds safely.

Safety Training:

Fall Protection for Construction
Aerial Lift & Scissor Lift Safety
Personal Fall Arrest Systems
 

Additional Resources:

Don't Fall for Scaffolding Safety Shortcuts

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Looking for a Fall Protection Toolkit? You're in luck!