WernerCo conducted safety trainings that aligned with OSHA’s recent Stand Down to Safety Initiative, Over the course of safety week (May 2-6, 2016), the Werner End-User Specialist (EUS) team trained on the proper use of ladders and fall protection gear at jobsites all across the country.
The new next-generation Honeywell Miller Titan™ II harnesses and lanyards are an affordable fall protection solution for the general construction, manufacturing, and oil & gas (refinery) markets. The new Titan II harnesses offer enhanced adjustability and improved comfort with slip-resistant pads and rings; and lighter, strategically-placed padding for optimal airflow.
Two times in three days, OSHA inspectors witnessed Premier Roofing Company LLC and its sub-contractor Walter Construction LTD exposing workers to falls. On Dec. 21, 2015, OSHA responded after receiving a complaint about employees in danger of falling as they installed shingles on a three-story, multi-family building.
Berlin Builders Inc., a framing subcontractor on many residential construction projects in southeastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey, and northern Delaware, has failed 21 of 27 federal safety inspections in 12 months by putting its employees at risk of potentially fatal fall hazards.
With about 100 exhibitors from 17 nations on 58,000 square feet of net space, the second staging of TOS+H (Turkish Occupational Safety + Health Exhibition) will be more international and larger than before. Exhibiting nations include Austria, Belgium, China, Czech Republic, Germany, France, India, Italy, Japan, Pakistan, Poland, Spain and Sri Lanka as well as Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates.
An employee of a Massachusetts gutter cleaning company was working on a rooftop Nov. 29, 2015 when he fell, first striking a lower roof 11 feet below his original location, then falling another 15 to the ground.