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Webinar: Keep Your Fall Protection Program Up to Date with Newest ANSI/ASSP Standards
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Please join MSA for this FREE webinar in conjunction with OH&S on Thursday June 3, 2021. Topics of discussion and registration information can be found in the full article!

In conjunction with OH&S  MSA is proud to sponsor Keep Your Fall Protection Program Up to Date with Newest ANSI/ASSP Standards

DATE:  Thursday June 3, 2021

TIME:  2:00PM - 3:00PM EDT


The landscape of the fall protection industry is continuously advancing and changing, and the ANSI/ASSP Z359 standards—or Fall Protection Code—are working to keep up with the evolving technologies and practices. Attendees will learn how recent and forthcoming changes to the standards may impact key aspects of their organization's fall protection program.  
The presentation will explain how the standards interrelate and provide insight on recently and soon to-be released standards, including new updates related to full-body harnesses, self-retracting devices and rope access systems. With this information, safety professionals can determine the best strategy for applying the newly released standards to reduce risk for workers at heights. 


Thomas Kramer, P.E., C.S.P. – Principal, LJB Inc.
 Mr. Kramer is a safety consultant and structural engineer with 24 years of experience. He specializes in the assessment and design of fall protection systems, as well as fall protection program development and training.

Dan Henn – VP of Operations, Reliance Fall Protection 
Since 2003, Dan has been manufacturing, developing and testing fall protection products. He has been a member of the ANSI/ASSP Z359 Full Committee since 2011 and is currently serving as the Vice-Chair of Committee. He also chairs the Z359.14 and Z359.17 subgroups.