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How To Address the Top Three Oil & Gas Work at Height Hazards

Intense workloads and fast-paced oil and gas operations are seven times more dangerous than the average worksite. Accidents are more likely to occur in industries with intense workloads and fast-paced operations. However, with the various equipment and materials used in petrochemical processing, oil and gas extraction, drilling and servicing operations, the risks and hazards associated […]
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Fall Protection for Large Vehicle Maintenance

Technicians and mechanics responsible for inspecting, maintaining, repairing, and assembling large vehicles and mobile equipment may face fall hazards when accessing the top or bottom of their work. To ensure worker safety, it is crucial to understand the risks associated with these tasks and provide adequate training and work-at-height safety solutions. During large vehicle inspections […]
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8 Solutions for Fall Protection for Warehouses: Reduce Worker Accidents

Warehouses, bustling with activity, present a unique set of fall hazards that demand attention. From elevated platforms to loading and unloading areas, each aspect of warehouse operations poses potential risks. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, falls are a leading cause of injuries in workplaces, with a significant portion occurring in warehouses. The […]
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4 Rooftop Guardrail Systems for Better Protection

The rooftops of industrial and commercial structures present a unique set of challenges when it comes to workplace safety. Startlingly, according to recent statistics, rooftop falls account for one-third of all workplace fall incidents, making rooftop safety a matter of chief concern. Among the critical measures ensuring safety, the installation of robust rooftop guardrails emerges […]
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How To Maintain the Highest Level of Work at Height Safety through regular OSHA/ANSI Inspections

Fall protection is not just about having advanced work-at-height engineered systems in place. It is equally important to have a well-trained staff and to conduct regular inspections of the systems they use. The effectiveness of even the strongest materials and best-designed systems can be compromised if they are not installed, used, and functioning according to […]
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