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Suspension Trauma: The Danger of Fall Arrest Systems Suspension Trauma: The Danger of Fall Arrest Systems Suspension Trauma: The Danger of Fall Arrest Systems Suspension Trauma: The Danger of Fall Arrest Systems


Your fall arrest system stopped your fall, but what happens next could cost you your life. Learn about the dangers of suspension trauma.

Fall Arrest Systems: Can You Tie Off at Your Feet? Fall Arrest Systems: Can You Tie Off at Your Feet? Fall Arrest Systems: Can You Tie Off at Your Feet? Fall Arrest Systems: Can You Tie Off at Your Feet?


When anchorage options are limited, is it safe to tie off at foot level? Find out what you need to know before resorting to this.

3 Risks Your Fall Arrest Planning May Overlook 3 Risks Your Fall Arrest Planning May Overlook 3 Risks Your Fall Arrest Planning May Overlook 3 Risks Your Fall Arrest Planning May Overlook


Fall arrest planning means taking into account all possible hazards. Find out safety professionals often overlook.

Fall Protection OSHA Violations Fall Protection OSHA Violations Fall Protection OSHA Violations Fall Protection OSHA Violations


Fall protection consistently tops annual lists of OSHA safety violations. Learn how to avoid them and keep your workers safe and your...

Fall Protection Fundamentals: Self-Retracting Lanyards Fall Protection Fundamentals: Self-Retracting Lanyards Fall Protection Fundamentals: Self-Retracting Lanyards Fall Protection Fundamentals: Self-Retracting Lanyards


When working at height, your SRL is often your last line of defense. Find out how to properly inspect so it won't let you down when you...

Safety Changes All General Industry Employers Need to Know Safety Changes All General Industry Employers Need to Know Safety Changes All General Industry Employers Need to Know Safety Changes All General Industry Employers Need to Know


OSHA's final rule for walking-working surfaces is already in effect. Here are some answers to commonly asked questions about it.

Fall Protection for Industrial Cleaners - Know How to Be Safe at Any Height Fall Protection for Industrial Cleaners - Know How to Be Safe at Any Height Fall Protection for Industrial Cleaners - Know How to Be Safe at Any Height Fall Protection for Industrial Cleaners - Know How to Be Safe at Any Height


Industrial cleaners do a lot of work at height and face special safety challenges when they do. Find out how to meet those challenges and...

Keys to Safe Ladder Use Keys to Safe Ladder Use Keys to Safe Ladder Use Keys to Safe Ladder Use


Ladders might seem like a no-brainer, but misuse of them can lead to serious injuries. Find out how to use them safely.

How to Choose Your Fall Protection Anchorage How to Choose Your Fall Protection Anchorage How to Choose Your Fall Protection Anchorage How to Choose Your Fall Protection Anchorage


Your anchorage is an integral part of your overall fall protection system. Find out how to stay safe by selecting the right anchorage.

How to Inspect Your Fall Harness When Working Alone How to Inspect Your Fall Harness When Working Alone How to Inspect Your Fall Harness When Working Alone How to Inspect Your Fall Harness When Working Alone


Fall safety is critical for anyone working at height, and especially for those working alone. Find out how lone workers can inspect their...

The Dangers of Sweating Slab Syndrome The Dangers of Sweating Slab Syndrome The Dangers of Sweating Slab Syndrome The Dangers of Sweating Slab Syndrome


Sweating slab syndrome is characterized by the regular formation of condensation on a concrete floor. In addition to causing falls and...

Safety and Overconfidence: 'I Won't Fall' Safety and Overconfidence: 'I Won't Fall' Safety and Overconfidence: 'I Won't Fall' Safety and Overconfidence: 'I Won't Fall'


Being good at your job requires some confidence, but overconfidence can lead to safety violations. Learn about the psychology of...

Third Party Negligence in Slip and Fall Accidents Third Party Negligence in Slip and Fall Accidents Third Party Negligence in Slip and Fall Accidents Third Party Negligence in Slip and Fall Accidents


Who is legally responsible when someone is injured from a slip or fall on a construction site? The property owner or the project manager?...

How to Prevent Fall Protection Equipment Malfunction How to Prevent Fall Protection Equipment Malfunction How to Prevent Fall Protection Equipment Malfunction How to Prevent Fall Protection Equipment Malfunction


Falls are the number one cause of fatality in the construction industry. Fall protection equipment can help prevent workers from serious...

Fall Arrest Force and Clearance Fall Arrest Force and Clearance Fall Arrest Force and Clearance Fall Arrest Force and Clearance


Fall arrest force and clearance are the two most important factors when considering fall protection PPE. Learn how these two factors affect...

CSA Class E4 vs. Class E6 Personal Energy Absorber (PEA) CSA Class E4 vs. Class E6 Personal Energy Absorber (PEA) CSA Class E4 vs. Class E6 Personal Energy Absorber (PEA) CSA Class E4 vs. Class E6 Personal Energy Absorber (PEA)


Class E4 and E6 personal energy absorbers (PEA) are rated differently, and not the way you might think. Find out why there is a...

OSHA’s 43-Year Effort to Update Its Fall Protection Standards is Almost Over OSHA’s 43-Year Effort to Update Its Fall Protection Standards is Almost Over OSHA’s 43-Year Effort to Update Its Fall Protection Standards is Almost Over OSHA’s 43-Year Effort to Update Its Fall Protection Standards is Almost Over


It has been 43 years since OSHA began the process to harmonize its construction and general industry fall protection standards, and the end...

Prevention: Slips, Trips and Falls Prevention: Slips, Trips and Falls Prevention: Slips, Trips and Falls Prevention: Slips, Trips and Falls


Slips, trips, and falls are a leading cause of injury both in the working world and at home. Learn what you can do to prevent these...

Preventing Falls From Roofs Preventing Falls From Roofs Preventing Falls From Roofs Preventing Falls From Roofs


Falls are the number one cause of death in the construction industry. Learn how to protect your employees from falls from roofs.