Safety at Heights
Using Innovation and a New Standard to Keep Workers Safer at Heights
On Wednesday, May 8 at 10:00 a.m. CDT, presenters Rob Willis, Global Fall Protection Product Group Manager, MSA Safety and ISEA Fall Protection Group Vice Chairman and Nate Bohmbach, Product Director, Ergodyne and ISEA Dropped Objects Prevention Solutions Chairman, conducted a live NATE webinar entitled Using Innovation and a New Standard to Keep Workers Safer at Heights.
Safety professionals know very well that an effective fall protection program requires more than selecting the right equipment. Putting together a comprehensive safety at heights program involves proper training, and the correct selection, use and maintenance of fall protection equipment for workers and their tools.
Experts in Leading Edge Fall Protection and Dropped Objects from the International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA), discussed ways to implement a successful safety at heights program through fall protection product innovations and the new ANSI/ISEA 121 Standard to prevent dropped objects, to keep workers safer and their tools secured while working at heights.
Click here to view the Using Innovation and a New Standard to Keep Workers Safer at Heights webinar.