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    Make Your Work Zone a Drops Free Zone™: An Objects at Heights Webinar

    9/24/14 12:00 pm to 9/24/14 1:00 pm CDT

    Watch the archived presentation below.

    When the threat of dropped objects is part and parcel to the rigors of your routine, be sure to armor up with all the objects at heights know-how you need to make your work zone a Drops Free Zone™. For those working high in the sky or in an area on the ground sensitive to foreign material, at heights safety and the safe management of your gear should never be an afterthought. Learn how to keep the forecast calling for sunny skies so you can be confident it will never be raining heavy metal thunder at your work zone. This objects at heights webinar will cover the following:

    • Objects at heights safety and how it is part of at height safety planning
    • Costs of dropped objects and other objects at heights hazards
    • Best practice for objects at heights within the Hierarchy of Controls
    • New! Dropped/foreign object risks on lower levels



    Nate Bohmbach Nate Bohmbach joined Ergodyne in 2011 and oversees the productivity pillar of products at Ergodyne where his passion for the emerging and important objects at heights category is explored on a daily basis. Bohmbach has developed innovative at heights safety products for nearly 10 years and taught best practices to multiple industries. Bohmbach and Ergodyne are members of NATE (National Association of Tower Erectors) and certified DROPS (Dropped Object Prevention Scheme) members, receiving all the latest in training in the objects at height category.


    Kyle W. Morrison Kyle W. Morrison, senior associate editor, covers occupational safety and workplace safety regulation for Safety+Health magazine.




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