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The Basics of Fall Protection in 6 Minutes

Do you have six minutes?

Being unfamiliar with fall protection regulations and the proper use of fall protection equipment can lead to serious fines from OSHA, injury, or death. If you have six minutes, this video can save you a lot of future trouble.

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In this video, we cover:

0:00 – Why is Fall Protection Important?

1:06 – What is Fall Protection?

1:30 – What is the difference between Fall Restraint and Fall Arrest?

1:49 – What is the Hierarchy of Fall Protection?

2:50 – At what height does OSHA require you to be tied off?

3:40 – What are the ABCs of Fall Protection?

4:30 – Understand your PPE

5:00 – FREE Hierarchy of Fall Protection Download

5:42 – Please like and subscribe

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Disclaimer: Any advice, graphics, images, and/or information contained herein are presented for general educational and information purposes and to increase overall safety awareness. It is not intended to be legal, medical, or other expert advice or services, and should not be used in place of consultation with appropriate industry professionals. The information herein should not be considered exhaustive and the user should seek the advice of appropriate professionals.