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Understanding Training Requirements – The OSHA Inspection Series Ep 3

Making sure you and your team are properly trained can make a huge difference on the shop floor or construction site. And making sure there’s paperwork to back up that training could save you a lot of time, money, and stress in the event of a workplace injury.

In this episode of “The OSHA Inspection” Series we’re covering:

– The importance of Lifting and Rigging training

– Is rigging training required by OSHA?

– How to meet OSHA compliance

We sat down with Al Abel who has worked with companies after they have been fined by OSHA and understands the importance of proper training to keep you on the right side of OSHA regulations.

Click here to see the OSHA Inspection Series Playlist.

Check back for future episodes of “The OSHA Inspection Series,” as we’ll be featuring OSHA standards for cranes, fall protection, rigging, and warehouse racking.

Mazzella is one of the largest-independently-owned companies in the overhead lifting and rigging industries and is a manufacturer and distributor of a wide range of lifting products for industrial, commercial, and specialty applications.

In addition, Mazzella is a leader in providing overhead cranes, overhead crane services, material handling, fall protection, specialty machinery, and warehouse solutions.

Contact us today if you have questions or need assistance with:

– Periodic inspections of rigging equipment  

– Periodic inspections of crane and hoist equipment  

– Fall protection inspections and solutions  

– Lifting and rigging training  

– Crane operator training  

– Fall protection training 

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