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Facility workers as well as contractors must now be trained in fall protection

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May 1, 2018

Remember to provide fall-protection training to any worker at your facility who may be exposed to a fall of more than 4 feet and ensure any contractors are also meeting the safety requirements under the newly revised OSHA standard. In addition, any fixed ladders over 24 feet must be equipped with fall arrest or safety systems. 

Remember to provide fall-protection training to any worker at your facility who may be exposed to a fall of more than 4 feet and ensure any contractors are also meeting the safety requirements under the newly revised OSHA standard. In addition, any fixed ladders over 24 feet must be equipped with fall arrest or safety systems. 



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