OSHA will be visiting jobsites soon to check compliance with its new Fall Protection directives. If you’re not prepared, it will be a costly visit. CFA formalized a Task Force offering members a resource for handling OSHA visits and its results, and to become prepared for fall protection regulation. The solution is not an off-the-shelf plan but rather an outline of the steps needed to develop your own solution that will stand-up to OSHA scrutiny. Understanding the steps, risks, and technologies is more than half the battle.
This seminar, presented by Mary Wilson of Michel Concrete, is part of an intensive three-days of education at the 2012 Concrete Foundations Association Annual Convention in Traverse City, Mich. held July 26-28.