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The Tenacious Blog

Industry Insights from Experts & Everymen

Smoke signals are passé, newspapers are for packing glassware, and landlines are as popular as phone booths now. To get the skinny on safety, you gotta read The Tenacious Blog for the latest news and info on industry topics, trends, regulations, and more.

25 Apr 17

How to Implement a Dropped Objects Prevention Plan – Part 2

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Objects at Heights

The following is the second post in a four-part series on implementing a dropped objects prevention program. In part two, we’ll look at the next two steps, observing and assessing your pilot area, and properly training personnel within it. If you missed Part 1, you can read that here: How to Implement a Dropped Objects Prevention Plan – Part 1 . Read More


4 Apr 17

How to Implement a Dropped Objects Prevention Plan – Part 1

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The following is the first post in a four-part series on implementing a dropped objects prevention program. In part one, we’ll look at the first two steps, the Call to Action and the Risk Identification and Scope Definition of your program.

Like climbing ladders or stairs, there are steps to take to implement a dropped objects prevention plan on your jobsite. Regardless of industry, your roadmap to a successful dropped objects program should be: Read More