Video: Learn About the New ANSI/ISEA 121-2018 Dropped Objects Standard
Watch this video to learn more about the new dropped object prevention standard.
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Are you taking the right approach to preventing dropped objects while working at height? With the introduction of ANSI/ISEA 121-2018 American National Standard for Dropped Object Prevention Solutions, we finally have guidelines for keeping tools secure and protecting workers below.
In this video Q&A, Ergodyne’s Nate Bohmbach addresses:
- Why we need a standard
- What the standard does and does not cover
- Whether it is enforceable
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