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3M DBI-SALA & Ergodyne Fall Protection for Tools | Solutions Guide

24 August, 2018 By Brandi Javorsky No Comments

So now you need to know how to tether your tools? Follow this guide, you’ll be a tool-tethering expert before you know it!

Tags: Dropped Objects Standard, ISEA/ANSI 121, Tool Tethering, Fall Protection for Tools, Tether Tools, Workplace Safety, 3M DBI SALA, Ergodyne

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Fall Protection for Tools - Dropped Objects Prevention Guide

30 July, 2018 By Brandi Javorsky No Comments

Be prepared...get ahead of the standard. Everything you need to know about tool tethering.

The International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA) and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) have announced the the long anticipated "Dropped Objects Standard" has been approved. ANSI/ISEA...

Tags: Fall Protection for Tools, Tether Tools, Tool Tethering, Fall Protection Safety, Workplace Safety, ISEA/ANSI 121, Dropped Objects Standard

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Fall Protection Guide: Top Answers from OSHA on how to handle the Cold

03 January, 2018 By Holly Wandell No Comments

Know the answers to these questions before you face the cold!

Cold Stress Guide

NOTE:

The Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSH Act) requires employers to comply with hazard-specific safety and health standards. In addition, pursuant to Section 5(a)(1) of the OSH Act, employers must provide...

Tags: Fall Protection Safety, OSHA, Midwest Unlimited, Tower Climber Safety

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Midwest Unlimited & Elk River Fall Protection Presents: An ANSI Minute

14 August, 2017 By Michael Collins No Comments

The ANSI Z359.1 Standard, as we know it, is going away. There will be a new Z359.1, but it will be a reference or guidance tool and totally revamped from its original purpose. It has been replaced by an entire body of work known as The Fall Protection Code.

In 1992, there was only one-ANSI...

Tags: Fall Protection Safety, OSHA, Midwest Unlimited, Tower Climber Safety

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Broadcast Repack: We Read It So You Don't Have To!

17 May, 2017 By Michael Collins No Comments

The FCC has closed a first-of-its-kind auction of broadcast airwaves that will see a shakeup in channel lineups in many markets, as stations are reaping a total of $10.05 billion to give up their spectrum.” - repackready.com

Tags: broadcast repack

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Safety in San Diego: Wireless West 2017 Recap

04 May, 2017 By Bridget Brevik No Comments

Wireless West Trade Show in San Diego was an unbelievable experience for Midwest UnlimitedThe conference included some of the largest cellular providers including California Wireless, Arizona Wireless, Nevada Wireless, Colorado Wireless, and the Northwest Wireless associations.  Both the...

Tags: Fall Protection Safety

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Proven Like...Taxes and Safety

18 April, 2017 By Bridget Brevik No Comments

Did you get your taxes done today?  Are you one of the people who got the information all by January 31 and had them filed by February?  Or are you still scrambling to get things done and to the post office to get stamped with today’s date?  

Tags: Fall Protection Safety, Tower Climber Safety

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Proven Like...70 years

04 April, 2017 By Bridget Brevik No Comments

The year--1947.  

Tags: Construction Equipment, Construction Safety, Fall Protection Safety, Construction Tools, new products

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Trust Falls: Fall Protection and Safety on Job Sites

21 March, 2017 By Bridget Brevik No Comments

You may have noticed that we recently launched a completely new website. Building it was quite a project, and T-2 days to launch, our designer/web guru got a phone call from the developer. His instructions--in order to fix a bug, he would be deleting all of the products. Two days to launch, and...

Tags: Construction Safety, Tower Climber Safety, arborist safety, lineman safety, Fall Protection Safety, new products, training

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Teamwork: Recapping NATE Unite 2017 Fall Protection Safety Conference

07 March, 2017 By Michael Collins No Comments

“Growth is never a result of mere chance; it is the result of forces working together.” - James Cash Penney

It's a little ironic starting this recap with a quote from James Cash Penney, the founder of the J.C. Penney brand, if for no other reason than this update is about progress and not about...

Tags: National Association Of Tower Erectors, Midwest Unlimited, NATE UNITE

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