Fall Protection:
Best Practices for OSHA Compliance

 

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In the U.S. falls are the leading cause of fatal construction accidents, and according to OSHA, were responsible for more than 250 worker deaths in 2012. Those sobering figures are accompanied by a new emphasis on fall protection awareness, ladder safety, fall protection equipment and scaffolding safety. Does your facility have a plan in place to protect workers from falls?

The presentation will cover the current regulations, standards, and codes applicable to building mounted façade access and fall protection systems. The webcast will also highlight the requirements for building owners, managers, and operators to test, inspect, maintain, and document their systems, as well as service contractor requirements. Consequences of non-compliance and poorly documented system performance are included in the discussion.

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Fall Protection: Best Practices for OSHA Compliance

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PRESENTED BY
Dr. Brian J. Hill Jim Justus, PE
Vice President, Facility Engineering Associates

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    • Jim Justus is Vice President of Engineering Services for FEA in Greenville, SC. Jim earned his B.S. degree in Civil/Structural Engineering from Purdue University, and is a Registered Professional Engineer in over 15 states. He is a member of the NCEES Civil PE Exam Committee, served as President for the South Carolina Society of Professional Engineers (SCSPE), currently serves in the National Society of Professional Engineers House of Delegates, and was named Engineer of the Year in South Carolina in 2004. He has extensive experience in building façade access and fall protection systems, primarily for mid and high rise commercial office properties. He has provided fall protection consulting services in jurisdictions as varied as San Francisco, New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Miami, Puerto Rico, Trinidad, and others.