In January, OSHA issued its final rule on Walking-Working Surfaces and Personal Fall Protection Systems. This has long been the standard for the construction industry, but now “affects a wide range of workers,” according to OSHA.
The rule updates slip, trip, and fall standards and adds requirements for personal fall protection systems for general industry.
A much wider range of employers are now required to implement significant fall-prevention controls, to perform workplace evaluations for fall hazards, and to provide employee training.
This briefing will review and clarify the changes that are now part of the updated standard, and suggest practical approaches to achieve compliance and to protect your employees for these hazards.
Please plan to join us and facilitator Carlos Galindo, Health & Safety Services Manager of U.S. Compliance Corporation, for this interactive presentation!
2.5 Recertification Credit Hours 2.5 PDCs