In November, OSHA issued a final rule on Walking-Working Surfaces and Personal Fall Protection Systems (29 CFR 1910 Subpart D&I). These updated regulations stand to have a major impact on maintaining a compliant fall protection program.
The new rule directly recognizes that personal fall protection systems and other alternatives can provide an effective means of employee protection. The rule also adds new specific performance and use requirements for PPE. In order to maintain compliance, it is critical for you to understand these regulations, but the document is more than 500 pages and difficult to process.
In the coming weeks, LJB Inc. will host webinars focused on the primary aspects of the regulation that may impact your fall protection program. The one-hour webinar will provide you with an overview of the content, key impacts to your program, and details on where and how to review it yourself prior to the effective date of January 17, 2017.
Please plan to join LJB for this important educational session.
Please note that more than one person from an organization can attend, and you can forward this invitation directly through this email or within the registration section. Please share this free educational opportunity with any colleagues that you feel could benefit from this information.
Thom Kramer, P.E., C.S.P.
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