Most employment fields come with their own set of risks, but some are not for the faint of heart. Workers who perform tasks at heights can face a number of potential dangers that others avoid by keeping their feet on the ground. There are a number of steps that you can take to ensure the safety of yourself and your coworkers when working at heights. The best way to avoid injury when working at heights is to mitigate or manage as many risks as possible. While working at heights may never be completely safe, there are some steps you can take to recognize and prepare for possible risks.
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WOW!!! I received some samples of the new JSP hard hats from Robert Dunne of D.T. Cores & Company. I appreciate manufacturers that are forward thinking and can take a traditional item to a completely new level. It’s a modular system that allows buyers to design a hard hat to meet their specific work environment or needs. After I received and used the new JSP hard hat in the field for a few days, my traditional one got retired to the dumpster. I enjoy recommending a product when it impresses me the way one has. If you would like more information, you can find Robert’s LinkedIn profile and contact info at http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=20895973&locale=en_US&trk=tyah&trkInfo=tas%3Arobert%20dunne%2Cidx%3A1-1-1
First let me welcome you to the discussion group, “Working at Heights”, and I invite you to join the discussion and post your comments and questions. A great place to get started is stepping back and…Continue
Started by Jack Lingner. Last reply by Jen McDade Oct 10.
Webb-Rite Safety has constructed a new rescue training facility to make their industrial high-angle rope and confined space rescue as realistic and practical as possible. The core focus of the…Continue
Started by Jack Lingner Jun 13, 2014.