Falls are one of the most common causes of serious work-related injuries and fatalities. Because of this, it is crucial for employers to structure the workplace in such a way that prevents employees from falling off of overhead platforms, elevated workstations, or into holes in the floor and walls.
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The following fillable checklists and forms can be found in the DoN Fall Protection Guide. Their respective page locations in the guide are also provided below.
Activity Fall Protection Program (Pg. 32-37)
Fall Protection Training Roster Form (Pg. 68)
Fall Protective and Prevention Plan Form (Pg. 73-74)
Fall-Arrest Rescue Plan for Hazard Control Form (Pg. 173-174)
Fall Protection Equipment Inspection Checklist (Pg. 185-186)
Fall-Arrest System and Equipment Checklist (Pg. 187-191)
Checklist for Architects, Engineers, and Other Inspectors Involved in Inspection, Investigation, and Assessment Work of Roofs, General Industry Workplace Conditions, or Conducting Fall-Hazard Surveys (Pg. 249-253)
Fixed Metal Ladders Inspection Checklist (Pg. 333-336)
The purpose of the Center for Construction Research and Training (SPWR) is to reduce occupational injuries, illnesses, and fatalities in the construction industry. CPWR produces infographics, hazard alerts, health and safety videos, and other training resources both in English and Spanish to educate employers and employees about the importance of construction safety.
The purpose of the National Fall Prevention Stand-Down is to raise fall hazard awareness in order to prevent fall injuries and fatalities. Fall prevention safety standards were among the top 10 most frequently cited OSHA standards during the fiscal year 2014.
The Fall Prevention Center of Excellence was established to develop, improve, and provide sustainable fall prevention programs. The organization provides a wide scope of useful information, ranging from how to engage employees when discussing fall hazards at work to how to prevent falls at home.
A division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) strives to empower employers and workers to create safe and healthy workplaces. They provide an A to Z index on workplace safety and health topics, as well as data, statistics, publications, and training resources.
The American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) offers a variety of publications, standards documents, webinars, conferences, and events dedicated to improving upon and education about workplace safety.
This site provides information on promoting health and preventing disease and injury in soldiers, retirees, their families, veterans, Army civilians, and government-owned animals.