Overview of ANSI/ASSE A10.13 – 2011: Safety Requirements for Steel Erection will appear in ISEA's July issue
Don't miss this informative article on what's new regarding safety requirements for steel erection.
About the article: The American National Standard ANSI/ASSE A10.13 - 2011, Safety Requirements for Steel Erection, establishes safety requirements for erecting, handling, fitting, fastening, reinforcing and dismantling of structural steel, plate steel, steel joist, and metal deck at a final in-place field site during construction, maintenance and dismantling operations.
This article summarizes key points of the standard, in particular those that concern or relate to personal protection for workers.
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About the magazine: ISEA has produced Protection Update as a quarterly supplement to EHS Today to raise awareness about the importance of members' products in keeping workers out of harm's way. Each issue includes an in-depth cover article on worker protection and updates on industry, government and association activities.
"Overview of ANSI/ASSE A10.13 – 2011: Safety Requirements for Steel Erection," was written by Marc Harkins, MSA, Product Group Manager for Fall Protection.