Nate Bohmbach

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 to multiple industries.

Bohmbach sits as the chair for the ISEA Standards Committee for Dropped Objects Solutions. Ironically a member of NATE (National Association of Tower Erectors), he sits on the PPE Subcommittee and also represents Ergodyne's membership to DROPS (Dropped Object Prevention Scheme), where he is a certified DROPS trainer.

He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from the University of Minnesota-Duluth, and his MBA at the University of St. Thomas.

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Q&A by Nate Bohmbach


Do I need a dropped objects plan? Do I need a dropped objects plan? Do I need a dropped objects plan? Do I need a dropped objects plan?


Even socially responsible employers with comprehensive workplace safety programs tend to gloss over the risks associated with dropped...

Safety Topics by Nate Bohmbach


A Stark Reminder of the Importance of Tool Tethering A Stark Reminder of the Importance of Tool Tethering A Stark Reminder of the Importance of Tool Tethering A Stark Reminder of the Importance of Tool Tethering


Tethering your tools while working at heights could prevent serious injury or save a life.

Taking It Easy in the Heat Taking It Easy in the Heat Taking It Easy in the Heat Taking It Easy in the Heat


Taking it easy in the warmer months is an important part of preventing heat stress.