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Honeywell Miller 75th Anniversary

Honeywell has been protecting workers at height for 75 years, pioneering personal fall protection three decades before the first working at height regulations. Innovating beyond standards and regulations remains at the heart of the Miller® comprehensive range of personal fall protection equipment

Find out how we work together to make your work at height safer, more efficient and productive.


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Related Conney Trainings & Services

Conney offers an array of trainings and customized safety services related to a variety of areas in safety, including fall protection and confined space. For more information on these offerings, please visit our Safety Services page or contact one of our Certified Safety Professionals toll-free at 800-462-1947 or safetysupport@conney.com.

Fall protection violations continue to rank #1 with OSHA—let us help take some of the worry away from your inspection process.

Conney can competently inspect and document your fall protection devices such as winches, self-retracting lifelines (SRLz), harnesses, and other fall protection equipment. If you know your fall protection winch or SRL is damaged or involved in a fall, we work directly with manufacturers such as 3M Fall Protection, Miller Fall Protection, MSA, and others to both repair these devices and to keep your equipment working safely.

Fall protection equipment should be competently inspected at a minimum once per year. Our team of safety professionals can help you identify better safety products that will fit your specific work needs, allowing project productivity to be maintained.
Lack of proper safety training is commonly an item on OSHA's annual list of top 10 violations.

OSHA regulations state that the employer shall provide a training program for each employee who might be exposed to fall hazards. Even without injury or death, OSHA can impose a $7,000 fine for untrained workers. Make sure your facility is taking proper measures to mitigate the risk of injury and citations!

We provide customizable Fall Protection Training for Construction based on your company’s unique needs.

Our training is conducted by a Competent Person and can cover any combination of the following:
  • Nature of fall hazards in the work area
  • Use and operation of personal fall arrest systems being used (or other protective systems)
  • Review and/or development of fall protection plans
  • Identifying fall clearance requirements and how it pertains to where employees will be working
  • Equipment inspection procedures
  • Discussion of rescue plans
  • Other topics – as needed
"OSHA’s “Walking-Working Surfaces” standard is meant to address the serious slips, trips, and falls that occur every day in businesses across the country. Employees who work at heights in “other-than-construction” type businesses are required to have fall protection training when working above 4'. Also, any employee working on aerial or scissor lift vehicles must have documented fall protection training and operator certification.

Conney Safety’s customized Fall Protection Training tailors training to meet the needs of the workers involved with at-height activities. While the agenda for this training will mirror what we cover in our Construction-focused training sessions, we focus this training on General Industry work activities that are specific to your organization.

Our training is conducted by a Competent Person and can cover any combination of the following:
  • Nature of fall hazards in the work area
  • Use and operation of personal fall arrest systems being used (or other protective systems)
  • Review and/or development of fall protection plans
  • Identifying fall clearance requirements and how it pertains to where employees will be working
  • Equipment inspection procedures
  • Discussion of rescue plans
  • Other topics – as needed
  • Many workplaces contain spaces that are considered to be “confined” because their configurations hinder the activities of employees who must enter into, work in, or exit from them. Often, employees who work in confined spaces face increased risk of exposure to serious physical injury from hazards such as entrapment, engulfment, and hazardous atmospheric conditions. If employees are expected to enter confined spaces, the employer is required to develop a written permit-required entry program and provide training for the entrant, attendant, and the supervisor. Conney can help in developing entry programs, as well as implementing Confined Space Trainings!

    Training may cover the following:
    • Overview of OSHA’s permit-required confined space entry standard
    • OSHA definition of key terms
    • Health and safety hazards associated with confined space work
    • Identifying which confined spaces are “permit-required” (and potential reclassification)
    • Signage requirements
    • Duties of entrants, attendants, and entry supervisors
    • Requirements for confined space rescue and emergency services
    • OSHA requirements for dealing with on-site contractors
    • PPE requirements
    • Identifying and measuring atmospheric hazards
    • Ventilation techniques
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