iSHN Virtual Trade ShowDr. Nigel Ellis will present on "American worker handhold fall arrest at heights using Three Point Control."

This presentation is based on 10 years of work and a Ph.D. thesis by Justin Young, University of Michigan (now Dr. Young is at Kettering University MI). The results, says Dr. Ellis, “are surprising and question current OSHA trigger heights.”

In his talk, Dr. Ellis “redefines Three Point Control in hard numbers by design with the result of reducing reliance on the popular but loosely defined Three Point Contact,” he says.

Dr. Ellis says “vertical handholds are potentially catastrophic, and horizontal handholds of 1-1.25" diameter are satisfactory, which means always hold the rungs of a ladder.”

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ISHN’s 4th annual online “webinar summit”

Tuesday, November 12, 2013
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. ET


J. S. (Steve) Arendt oil and gas industry safety
Vice President, North America Process Industries / ABS Consulting, Houston TX
Steve Arendt has 30 years experience in chemical process safety and risk management and has performed hundreds of safety analyses, risk assessments, audits, and accident investigations on a variety of oil, gas, chemical and related industry processes.

Mark Dreux process safety management (PSM), lockout/tagout (LOTO), hazard communication (HAZCOM)
Arent Fox Law Firm, Washington, DC
Mark S. Dreux is the head of the OSHA Group in Arent Fox’s Labor & Employment Practice and is nationally recognized for his work in occupational safety and health law. Mark focuses on representing employers and trade associations in all aspects of the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSH Act).

Dr. Nigel Ellis fall protection/work at heights
Ellis Fall Safety Solutions, Wilmington, DE
A leading authority on fall protection hierarchies, Dr. Ellis conducts consultations, investigation and high level education in fall protection from management’s, workers’ and regulatory perspectives. Frequently provides input for OSHA standards and interpretations that apply to his field since 1971.

Hugh Hoagland electric arc safety
E-Hazards, Louisville, KY
Hugh Hoagland is among the world’s foremost experts on electrical arc testing and safety. He has helped develop most of the arc-resistant rainwear used in the world today as well as creating the first face shield to protect against electric arcs. He has helped develop legislation and standards in both the U.S. and Europe.