Durable Documents were developed to assist our customers with safety and compliance reporting, inspections and reference material in all types of work environments and weather conditions. We care about safety and we know that our customers do too.
Dropped Object Prevention
“New” in 2019 Durable Documents will release weather-proof Guide Books and Accessories that are ANSI/SEA 121-2018 certified. Stay compliant with OSHA Dropped Object Prevention safety when working at heights.
With the introduction of our new “Dropped Objects Prevention” ANSI/SEA 121-2018 compliant books and accessories – we are covering new ground. We are taking the extra step to ensure your guide books, checklists and notebooks all meet the strict OSHA guidelines for working at height. By joining with other responsible manufacturers in the U.S. to promote job site awareness and safety, we work together to reduce risk and meet new requirements.
Each year OSHA records over 50,000 “struck by falling objects” incidents on or near a job site in the United States. That calculates into one injury caused by a dropped object every 10 minutes on the job. With our new OSHA compliant books and easy to use accessories – you can get the job done and collect the information you need all while staying compliant when working at height.
Dropped Object Fundamentals
Did you know?
OSHA records over 50,000
“struck by falling objects”
incidents every year.
STOP - Before commencing any work at height, be sure a comprehensive D.O.P. Plan is in place or the work should be stopped.
THINK - Think before you work. The worker is ultimately responsible for following all company safety policies and procedure.
ATTACH - Always attach tools to Tested and approved Tool Tethers and Tool Tether Anchors
REPORT - Continuously promote workers to report their observation and incidents to ensure continuous improvement of the safety system.
TRACK - Track meaningful safety indicators at the place where the work is being done to visually manage and improve the safety policy.
This program is intended to give guidance on when work can S.T.A.R.T., how to tether tools safely so others can START work, and how to continuously improve the safety management system so that work doesn’t need to STOP.
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