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ISO 14000, OSHA VPP, OHSAS 18000, ANSI Z10, OHRIS, ....What is the difference?...What is most practical?...Where do they fit best?

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Comment by ST on July 10, 2009 at 8:37am
I have not heard that one, in fact, I had Miller Fall Protection come out to one of my sites; and the "expert" said that the use of a retractable instead of a shock absorbing lanyard allows ("according to OSHA") a less than 5,000 pound anchor, as it limits the fall so significantly that there is less force needing to be withstood.
Comment by Michael J. Bradford, CHST on July 10, 2009 at 1:54am
I read a post today concerning self retracting lanyards as fall protection. The person that made the post said "be aware retractables are not for fall protection they are intended only for access and egress on ladders". If anyone knows anything about this statement or has any information on the specific standard, I would be very interested in the source of this statement. We utilize retractables as fall protection quite frequently ... Please HELP ... never heard this before.
Comment by Adam Birchfield on April 23, 2009 at 11:39am
Can anyone share some forms with me for evaluation? I am looking for a budget form for safety projects and an accident investigation form?
Comment by Brian on March 19, 2009 at 11:38am
This is a great discussion and one that really interests me. For many years I have put various EHS systems in-place and at this point I have settled on this strategy; I use the structure that VPP provides, however not actually signing on with OSHA. Setting standards and auditing against those standards within a context "modeled" after VPP works for me. Brian
 

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