Insights + Articles
The American workforce has a disproportionate work-at-height fatality rate due to excessive reliance on ineffective control methods. In this article, published in Professional Safety Journal and co-authored by LJB’s Thom Kramer, the authors outline the need for safety professionals to influence a paradigm shift, especially among those who only associate working at heights with the use of harness-based methods.
Published in Professional Safety Journal and co-authored by LJB’s Thom Kramer, this article shares how planning and a proper risk assessment can help organizations evaluate the best fall prevention and protection methods based on site and MEWP equipment conditions.
This article, published in Occupational Health and Safety Magazine, discusses the ways organizations can take advantage of technology to manage aspects of fall protection programs. By adopting practices that utilize technology-based tools and applications, organizations can reduce the inherent risk of identifying fall hazards and effectively manage and store data digitally. This article highlights tangible case studies from real applications and discusses the limitations organizations need to know when making decisions.