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Webinar: Starting a dropped objects prevention plan: The 8 Step Guide for Safety Pros

ByJamie Young | Published: November 6, 2017
Presented by Ergodyne
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Let at-heights safety expert Nate Bohmbach get your dropped objects plan off the ground with this practical step-by-step guide for creating sustainable at-heights safety standards at your workplace. From identifying risks to reviewing and expanding your program, he'll provide you with a blueprint for implementation while also addressing the challenges, questions and concerns facing you along the way.

You’ve seen the stats. Or maybe already suffered the cost. Either way, you know the damage dropped objects are causing on worksites, and you’re ready to get serious about getting a prevention plan in place.

But where to start?

Let at-heights safety expert Nate Bohmbach get your dropped objects plan off the ground with this practical step-by-step guide for creating sustainable at-heights safety standards at your workplace. From identifying risks to reviewing and expanding your program, he'll provide you with a blueprint for implementation while also addressing the challenges, questions and concerns facing you along the way.

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