Posted April 16, 2024

MSA Offers Training for OSHA Safety Stand-Down, May 6-10

Courses cover fall protection, head protection, portable gas detectors and an ANSI Z359.14 update.

Save the Date: Safety Stand-Down Virtual Sessions

Fatalities caused by falls from elevation continue to be a leading cause of death for construction employees, accounting for 395 of the 1069 construction fatalities recorded in 2022 (BLS data).

To help prevent falls in construction, MSA safety experts host virtual and in-person Toolbox Talks at construction sites across the country as part of OSHA's National Safety Stand-Down. #StandDown4Safety

Join MSA for virtual safety sessions during OSHA Safety Stand-Down, May 6-10. This year’s sessions include:

  • May 6: ABCs of Fall Protection
  • May 7: Choosing Head Protection: Why Standards, Types, and Hazard Assessments Matter
  • May 8: Portable Gas Detection for Confined Space Entry
  • May 9: ANSI Z359.14 Overview & Recent Changes

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