Rigging Safety in Industrial & Construction Environments
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Slips, trips and falls continue to make up the majority of on-the-job accidents. They cause almost 20 percent of disabling occupational injuries and thousands of fatalities every year. And most of these accidents could have been prevented. That's why the Occupational Health and Safety Administration, OSHA, developed regulations focusing specifically on "walking and working surfaces." The principles and practices behind these rules can help workers get the job done and avoid the hazards of slips, trips and falls.
This program reminds employees that if they understand the slip, trip and fall hazards associated with walking and working surfaces in their workplace, they can take action to avoid them.