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Webinar: Decoding OSHA Fall Protection: Insights From a Structural Engineer

Join Derek Jacobs, S.E., P.E. for the next webinar in his Structural Engineering Series.

In Decoding OSHA Fall Protection: Insights From a Structural Engineer, Derek provides expert tips on what to look for and how to stay compliant with OSHA fall protection standards.

In this webinar Derek breaks down the following key topics: 

  • OSHA Final Rule – How do these changes affect your structure.
  • Engineered VS. Non-Certified Anchor points.
    • Load requirements for anchors & equipment.
    • Guidelines for Temporary or Emergency Alternative Anchor points
      • Acceptable vs Unacceptable
  • Factors for successful fall protection other than strength
    • Clear distance
    • Accessibility
    • Proper Usage
  • Inspection Scheduling
  • Anchorage Testing Pros & Cons

Upon completing this webinar, you’ll have a better understanding of what you need to implement in your facility to adhere to fall protection safety standards.

This webinar is for:

  • Plant Engineers
  • Plant Managers
  • Project Managers 
  • EHS Professionals

About Derek Jacobs, S.E., P.E.

Derek is a seasoned Structural Engineer and Project Manager with over 16 years of experience. Since joining ADF Engineering in 2011, he has worked on various projects, including facility building additions, equipment access walkways, and foundation systems.

His expertise covers structural condition assessments, OSHA compliance, and wind and seismic design. 

Derek is skilled in personnel management, project definition, proposal development, and cost estimation, as well as collaborating with contractors and providing on-site construction support.

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