Doug Myette, P.Eng.
Since 2008 Doug has worked strictly in Fall Protection and is a Qualified Fall Protection engineer. He has designed fall protection systems for, and consulted with clients in various industries. Including construction, education, theatre, Municipal Government, Provincial Government, transportation, Class 1 railway, oil & gas processing and drilling operations, and agriculture.
Doug is a professional member of APEGA and ASSE
Articles by Doug Myette, P.Eng.
Fall arrest force and clearance are the two most important factors when considering fall protection PPE. Learn how these two factors affect...
Class E4 and E6 personal energy absorbers (PEA) are rated differently, and not the way you might think. Find out why there is a...
Q&A by Doug Myette, P.Eng.
Calvin: That brings up a very interesting topic. So, I’m around 220 lbs. I’m soaking wet, so how does my fall compare to someone who is say...
Well, since you put it that way, which is a very generic question, I’ll say everything in the world is affected by falls. But in the...
Make sure to check out the video version below!Calvin: Thanks for coming on to the Safety Talks show today, Doug. It’s great to have you...
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