OSHA’s Slips, Trips and Falls Rule Gets a Facelift [Webinar Recording]

On February 8, 2017, Kate M. McMahon and Micah Smith, from Conn Maciel Carey’s national OSHA Practice Group, delivered a webinar entitled: “OSHA’s Slips, Trips and Falls Rule Gets a Facelift.”wws-cover-slide

Only a few decades in the making, OSHA has finally updated its Walking / Working Surfaces Standard, the regulation that governs slips, trips and fall hazards in general industry.  Slips, trips and falls are among the leading causes of work-related injuries and fatalities in the U.S.  The new final rule attempts to modernize OSHA’s regulations to prevent fall hazards based on advances in fall protection technologies and methods.

Participants in this webinar learned:
  • The new requirements for managing slip, trip and fall hazards in general industry
  • New criteria for fall protection equipment and ladder safety
  • Effective dates for the new Walking / Working Surfaces Standard
This was the second webinar in Conn Maciel Carey’s 2017 OSHA Webinar Series.  Plan to join us for the remaining complimentary monthly OSHA webinars.

Click here for the full schedule and program descriptions for the 2017 series.  To register for the entire 2017 series, click here to send us an email request, and we will get you registered.2017-webinar-series-logo

If you missed any of our prior webinars from this year, or from the 2016 or 2015 OSHA Webinar Series, here is a link to Conn Maciel Carey’s Webinar Archive.

2 thoughts on “OSHA’s Slips, Trips and Falls Rule Gets a Facelift [Webinar Recording]

  1. I attended the OSHA’s Slips, Trips and Falls Rule Gets a Facelift online seminar yesterday. I am in HR, but our Safety Manager was unable to attend. I did not see where I could download the presentation for our Safety Manager. I felt the seminar was great and there was a lot of information, but not enough time. Usually there is a link to download the presentation but I did not see one.

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