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New World Safety Standard: ISO 45001

Many U.S. companies may not be required to adopt ISO 45001, but it can still help safety professionals stay up-to-date on the best practices to develop effective quality safety programs. Here's a look at a few of the concepts safety professionals can learn about in the new world standard.
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The Cost of a Poor Safety Program

The Liberty Mutual Workplace Safety Index helps employers identify the highest risks for injury in the workplace and develop the most effective safety programs to reduce workplace injuries and illness. So what are the highest workplace risks, and what can employers do to reduce those risks?
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Common Fall Protection Equipment Misuses and How to Address Them

It’s always important to provide fall protection for people working at height. OSHA requires fall protection any time someone is working four feet above the ground or higher for general industry or six feet or higher for construction. But it’s not enough just to have fall protection equipment: that equipment must be used correctly, and employees should be trained and know how to avoid common fall protection misuses.
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Fall Protection Is Not Just for People

Worker fall protection is a serious issue within the safety industry. However, the same consideration must extend to the tools their workers are using. This consideration is vital to protect not just workers at height, but people who may be passing through the work zone below.
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Rigid Ramblings Top 10

We've been posting on our Rigid Ramblings blog for almost seven years. In that time, we’ve written over 300 posts covering a wide range of topics related to fall protection and workplace safety. So, we compiled a list of our most popular blog posts based on your comments, questions, and clicks!
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