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Webinar: How ANSI/ISEA 121 Forever Changes At-Heights Safety

ByNate Bohmbach | Published: May 2, 2019
Presented by Ergodyne
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How ANSI/ISEA 121 Forever Changes At-Heights Safety - Best practices for dropped and falling objects prevention that every safety manager should know.

Last summer, the new dropped objects standard set in place best practices for dropped and falling objects prevention that every safety manager should know.

In this webinar, Nate Bohmbach (chair of the ISEA Standards Committee for Dropped Objects) answers your questions on ANSI/ISEA 121 and clarifies:

  1. Why it's needed
  2. What it addresses
  3. What it means to the typical worksite
  4. Enforcement implications
  5. What to look for in drops prevention solutions

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Written by Nate Bohmbach | Product Director // ISEA Standards Committee for Dropped Objects Solutions, Chair

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Nate Bohmbach joined Ergodyne in 2011. He oversees the Productivity pillar of products, where he is dedicated to keeping worksite tools and equipment organized, efficient, and safe. His passion for at-heights safety solutions includes the emerging category of objects at heights. Bohmbach has developed innovative safety products for nearly a decade and teaches best practices in multiple industries.

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