OSHA dropped objects standard

OSHA dropped objects standardBorder States and Ergodyne will hold a free webinar May 10 on the ISEA 121 dropped objects standard.

The message, titled “The New ISEA 121 Dropped Objects Standard Explained: Answers from an Expert,” will be delivered by Nate Bohmbach, Ergodyne Product Manager and a heavily qualified dropped objects safety professional.

Topics the webinar will address

  • Why we need a dropped objects standard
  • What the new standard will address
  • What the new standard WON’T address
  • How it might be interpreted for enforcement
  • Updated timing on its official release
  • Q&A

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About the ISEA 121 dropped objects standard

Once formally released, the standard will give manufacturers a consistent guideline for classification, test procedure and performance requirements for dropped object prevention. ISEA 121 includes four classes of solutions, all of which are safety solutions Bohmbach helped pioneer:

About the speaker

Bohmbach’s passion for at-heights safety solutions includes the emerging category of Objects at Heights. Not only has he developed innovative safety products and taught best practices to multiple industries since 2011, but he chairs the ISEA Standards Committee for Dropped Objects Solutions, is a member of the National Association of Tower Erectors, and sits on the PPE Subcommittee.

Registration

Date: Thursday, May 10

Time: 1 p.m. (CST)

REGISTER: “The New ISEA 121 Dropped Objects Standard Explained: Answers from an Expert.”

DOWNLOAD: Dropped objects prevention plan

For questions, contact Kyle Schmidt, Border States Safety Market Specialist, by emailing kschmidt@borderstates.com or calling (701) 476-3157.

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