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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 Jon on September 14, 2016 at 2:41pm

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Comment by Good to Go Safety on August 30, 2016 at 9:20am

Hi,

I've not posted on here for quite some time so thought I'd reintroduce myself. In the years sionce I joined we've been hard at work developing new and improved SEMS (Safe Equipment Management Systems) which will hopefully prove a useful addition to some of the group members. Our tagging & checklist systems have been developed to help companies to improve safety, reduce maintenance costs and comply with legislation. We've an ever growing range of systems to suit various equipment types across industries including warehousing, logistics, construction, manufacturing and agriculture. Feel free to take a look at our award winning safety solutions at Good to Go Safety or watch the video for a quick overview.

Comment by Wayne Harris on September 27, 2013 at 10:13pm

Hi everyone I would like to invite you to visit the ISQEM blog http://www.isqem.wordpress.com for unique safety articles and advice for the safety professional.

Comment by Wayne Harris on October 19, 2012 at 12:15am

ISQEM are pleased to announce the ISQEM Safety Conference USA in June 2013, Location: Las Vegas

The conference will be one of the leading events of the year, which will allow delegates to meet a range of local and international speakers from the construction, petrochemical, and general industry sectors. ISQEM will also be having representatives of several leading safety associations speaking at the event.

ISQEM will be posting full details of the event on their website, so please ensure you keep updated on what is happening in ISQEM USA 2013.

Email: mike.wilson@isqem.com

Comment by Wayne Harris on August 9, 2012 at 1:05am

Would you like contribute safety documents for ISQEM website for free down load to our members and vistors. If yes, please email mike.wilson@isqem.com

Wayne Harris

Chairman of ISQEM

http://www.isqem.com

Comment by Dennis Barnett CSP on November 3, 2009 at 12:27pm
Ok all,

II was under the impression that ISO 18000 was based off of the 9000 and 14000 standards. Is it really based off of Z-10? Any help in defining this would be appreciated
Comment by Bill Smith, Jr. on September 27, 2009 at 7:45pm
The minimum fall distance for an average sized man with a 6 foot shock absorbing lanyard is 18 feet. If the worker is less than that in working height, they should wear a retractable.
Comment by Mike Maloney on July 10, 2009 at 1:42pm
I have never heard of this either. We use them, attached to an approved anchor point above the worker, as fall protection.
Comment by Phil La Duke on July 10, 2009 at 9:23am
nope
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.
 

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