Safety Stand-Down Seminar

National Safety Stand-Down

Falls are preventable. In an effort to stop fall fatalities and injuries, take part in a safety stand down during the week of May 6-10, 2019.

Conduct a Safety Stand-Down

A safety stand-down is a voluntary event to talk to employees about safety; any workplace can hold a stand-down! Companies can participate by stopping work and providing a toolbox talk or another safety activity that focuses on fall hazards or reinforces the importance of fall prevention. See these Suggestions to Prepare for a Successful Stand-Down from OSHA and discuss the following with your crew.

A cosntruction worker provides a demo of a safety evaluation at a safety stand-down

Inspection & Use of Fall Protection Products

Ensure your crew knows how to conduct fall protection safety equipment inspections.

A confined space worker uses a personal rescue device on the job site

Fall Protection Rescue Plans

Having a rescue plan is just as important as a fall protection plan.

A safety stand-down can help you determine if your worksite is compliant

New Standards & How to Comply

Are you aware of new standards? Is your worksite compliant?

Ready to Hold a Safety Stand Down?

An MSA safety expert can come to your workplace at no cost.

A Look Back: National Safety Stand-Down

Take a look at MSA fall protection demos from previous years' safety stand-down events.

Fall Protection Safety Tips

Workers gather around a construction site for a toolbox talk on safety

Tips for an Effective Toolbox Talk

How to Deliver Toolbox Talks That Can Improve On-the-Job Safety in the Construction Industry

Two workers stand on scaffolding wearing leading edge fall protection equipment from MSA

Leading Edge Hazards

...And what to do about them

Two workers stand on scaffolding wearing leading edge fall protection equipment from MSA

Complete Fall Protection Solutions E-Book

Review MSA's new E-Book for articles and information on fall protection and the hazards workers can face during their workday.

Pre-use Inspection for Self-retracting Devices

It is important to inspect self-retracting lanyards before each use. These steps can help to make sure your product continues to work correctly.

Harness Inspection

It is important to inspect your body harness before each use. These steps can help to make sure your product continues to work correctly.

Request Your Free, On-site Safety Talk from an MSA Safety Expert!

This includes:

  • Educating your people on workplace standards & regulations
  • Selection, inspection, fitting, and proper use of harnesses
  • How to calculate total fall distance based on fall arrest system used
Note: Available in the United States and Canada only. Scheduling subject to availability.

Thank you for your interest in an on-site safety talk. An MSA respresentative will be in touch shortly.

Enter to Win a Skullgard® Hard Hat

Twenty-five lucky winners will receive an MSA Skullgard Protective Cap with Fas-Trac® III Ratchet Suspension during OSHA's National Safety Stand-Down.

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