Rescue: The Most Overlooked Aspect of Fall Protection

For years, LJB has been pushing the concept that providing active fall protection systems without a prompt and appropriate means of rescue is like providing no protection at all.  Rescue doesn’t have to be complex, but it must be planned to be effective.

Two of my LJB colleagues have recently written an article for Occupational Health & Safety Magazine on fall protection rescue, following up on a webinar we hosted on the topic earlier this year.  Please check out these resources for more information on fall protection rescue.  Please, don’t get caught halfway protecting your workers.

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