The American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) has two key questions since the publication of ANSI/ASSP A10.28-2018, Safety Requirements for Work Platforms Suspended from Cranes or Derricks, which applies to platforms that companies suspend from the load lines of cranes or derricks.
Wildeck, Inc. is excited to announce that Thomas Paulsen has joined the team as the company’s new Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Paulsen will be responsible for overseeing the company’s accounting processes and providing strategic financial input to members of the senior leadership team.
Announcing the launch of the new V-FLEX™ full body harness, the first in a new series of harnesses by MSA, designed for superior comfort and mobility. The V-FLEX uses MSA's new, exclusive racing style design. The design routes webbing across the chest for a secure, more comfortable fit and reduces the need for adjustments throughout the day so workers can the focus on the task at hand.
Keep your workers safe at heights.
Finding suitable anchor points is not only difficult for utility workers, manufacturers, maintenance techs, and others working at height, it's critical to ensuring their safety. MSA Latchways WinGrip®System to the rescue.
MSA Latchways® Personal Rescue Device (PRD) with EVOTECH® harness
September 5, 2018
An integrated harness system featuring the popular EVOTECH harness that allows for self-rescue in the event of a fall. Rescue benefits include: significantly reduced rescue time, always available, self-activated, intuitive use, clear rescue plan, and improved user safety.
Announcing new leading edge fall protection solutions from MSA. As announced in May of this year, the new V-EDGE series from MSA simplifies SRL selection for workers as they are designed specifically for overhead, and foot-level tie off—and where leading edge hazards are a concern.
Petzl, the leader in solution-based hands-free lighting and work-at-height equipment, will debut a robust line of ANSI-compliant fall protection products at the 2018 Safety+ National Symposium presented by the Volunteer Protection Programs Participants’ Association (VPPPA) and the Tennessee Safety and Health Conference (TSHC).
OSHA has cited Design Roofing LLC for exposing employees to fall and other safety hazards at residential construction sites in Scott Depot and Culloden, West Virginia. The company faces proposed penalties of $101,988.
OSHA inspected the two work sites after receiving complaints of employees working without proper fall protection.
OSHA cited Bluewater Construction Solutions Inc. for exposing employees to dangerous falls at two south Florida worksites. The Melbourne, Florida-based residential framing contractor faces proposed penalties of $48,778.