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004 - Is Your Lanyard Legit? - How ANSI/ISEA 121-2018 aka “The Dropped Objects Standard” Should Inform The Solutions You Choose Radio Free Tenacity

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Overview:
ANSI/ISEA 121-2018 established minimum design, performance, labeling and testing requirements for solutions that prevent falling objects while working at height––including tool lanyards. But what does that mean to you? Ergodyne Product Director and ISEA  member Nate Bohmbach played a key role in the creation of the standard, and he joins the pod to explain exactly what it all means to the typical work site (and why you should care). 


Show Highlights:
Why the creation of ANSI/ISEA 121 was a landmark in at-heights safetyWhat ANSI/ISEA 121 means to the average safety proHow ANSI/ISEA 121 can be used to guide the selection of drops prevention equipment Get a run-down of the latest & greatest 121-compliant safety gear 



Featured Guest:
Nate Bohmbach, Product Director, Ergodyne 
Nate Bohmbach’s passion for at-heights safety solutions includes the emerging category of Objects at Heights. As Product Director at Ergodyne, Bohmbach leads the Prevention Pillar, where he has developed innovative safety products and taught best practices to multiple industries since 2011. Additionally, Nate has served as chair for the ISEA Standards Committee for Dropped Objects Solutions and is a member of NATE (National Association of Tower Erectors). He presents for 1000s of EHS professionals annually (across almost every industry vertical) on the topic of dropped objects prevention.

Related Article:
Is Your Lanyard Legit?: Five Must-Haves for Every ANSI-Compliant Tool Lanyard

Overview:
ANSI/ISEA 121-2018 established minimum design, performance, labeling and testing requirements for solutions that prevent falling objects while working at height––including tool lanyards. But what does that mean to you? Ergodyne Product Director and ISEA  member Nate Bohmbach played a key role in the creation of the standard, and he joins the pod to explain exactly what it all means to the typical work site (and why you should care). 


Show Highlights:
Why the creation of ANSI/ISEA 121 was a landmark in at-heights safetyWhat ANSI/ISEA 121 means to the average safety proHow ANSI/ISEA 121 can be used to guide the selection of drops prevention equipment Get a run-down of the latest & greatest 121-compliant safety gear 



Featured Guest:
Nate Bohmbach, Product Director, Ergodyne 
Nate Bohmbach’s passion for at-heights safety solutions includes the emerging category of Objects at Heights. As Product Director at Ergodyne, Bohmbach leads the Prevention Pillar, where he has developed innovative safety products and taught best practices to multiple industries since 2011. Additionally, Nate has served as chair for the ISEA Standards Committee for Dropped Objects Solutions and is a member of NATE (National Association of Tower Erectors). He presents for 1000s of EHS professionals annually (across almost every industry vertical) on the topic of dropped objects prevention.

Related Article:
Is Your Lanyard Legit?: Five Must-Haves for Every ANSI-Compliant Tool Lanyard

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