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618 Making the Most of Your Fall Protection Program


Summary: When fall protection issues are properly addressed, the result is increased safety and reduced risk. To be effective, fall protection programs must strike a balance between cost efficiency, compliance, safety, and usability. Since major fall protection incidents don’t happen often, it’s easy for an organization to be lulled into a false sense of security. But managing the major risks presented by falls is a smart and ethical business investment, in addition to a legal requirement. This paper will cover the necessary elements of an effective fall protection program. Even if a program appears successful—due to low incident or injury rates—this paper provides a “reality check” to challenge the status quo and discover ways to improve.


 

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