Wear a harness and always stay connected Make sure your harness fits Use guardrails of lifeline Inspect all fall protection equipment before use Guard or cover all holes, openings and skylights PLAN ahead to get the job done safety. PROVIDE the right equipment. TRAIN everyone to use the equipment safety.
You may not be very high off the ground but if you fall, it could be deadly. In 2015, 16.9% of all fatal falls were from heights of 10 feet or less. Join the Campaign to Stop Construction Falls! www.stopcontructionfalls.com Source: Fatal occupational injuries incurred by workers in the construction industry due to fallsRead More
Purpose This Best Practice provides guidance for improving safety when working around drilled holes on distribution and transmission projects. Operating Units have the responsibility to put in place those measures that best protect employees. This Best Practice represents the soundest methods for reducing incidents and ensuring employee safety, based on experience and other learnings. ToRead More
The Partnership is committed to the practice of Safety at Heights wherever the potential exists for personnel falling from heights. A series of Best Practices will be developed that will address fall hazards associated with the Electric Transmission and Distribution industry. Best Practices will address fall hazards associated with, but not limited to, aerial tasksRead More