Montgomery County, MD joins the Campaign to Prevent Falls in Construction
In this press release from OSHA, Montgomery County, MD, has joined the Campaign to Prevent Falls in Construction. From the press release:
With new posters on display in Montgomery County’s public bus system, riders can learn about OSHA’s nationwide Campaign to Prevent Fatal Falls in Construction, which is raising awareness about the hazards of working from heights in construction and the necessary steps to keep workers safe (such as harness and lines for roof work). The posters direct riders to call 1-800-OSHA or visit OSHA’s Web page to learn more about the outreach campaign, which includes educational materials, training resources, local events and more.
An example of the new poster in the public bus system is here. Other organizations who have partnered with the Campaign to Prevent Falls in Construction can be found at the Who We Are page.
If you or your organization is interested in partnering, please take a look at the Get Involved page for ideas on how you can help the Campaign to Prevent Falls in Construction.