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Understanding the Multi-Employer Worksite (Part 4) - The Correcting Employer :: blog
...le of the elevated work space the correcting employer could be the company hired to erect fall protection whenever new elevated workspace is made available for work. The correcting...

Understanding the Multi-Employer Worksite (Part 2) - The Creating Employer :: blog
...e lower working surface. The employer failed to install guardrails or provide appropriate fall protection and therefore created hazard in violation of an OSHA standard. The employe...

OSHA Top 10 Most Frequently Cited Standards :: blog
...re OSHA shows up. Far too many preventable injuries and illnesses occur in the workplace. Fall protection construction 29 CFR 1926.501 Hazard communication standard general industr...

Fall Protection is OSHA'S Top Citation for 2017 :: blog
... Fall Protection OSHA Top Citiation 2017 OSHA list of 2017 most frequently cited violations are the usual suspects with one addition. Fall protection is again the number one cited ...

Understanding the Multi-Employer Worksite (Part 3) - The Exposing Employer :: blog
...do so; request the creating or controlling employer to erect guardrails or other adequate fall protection measures and in the meantime institute alternative adequate protective mea...

TOSHA's Most Cited Standard in the Construction Industry for 2017 was Fall Protection Training Requirements :: blog
... So what are the fall protection training requirements that TOSHA enforces OSHA Standard CFR 1926.503 is the fall protection training requirement standard for construction. The sta...

Understanding the Multi-Employer Worksite (Part 5) - The Controlling Employer :: blog
...inspect new areas of work for hazards such as the lack of guardrails or other appropriate fall protection. If the correcting employer has pattern of failing to inspect and install ...

May 8-12, 2018 is National Safety Standdown to Prevent Falls in Construction :: blog
...nd more importantly way to bring additional attention to education and training regarding fall protection. Anyone can participate and OSHA invites participating entities to share t...