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OSHA Bans Body Belts & Lanyards in Buckets In its announcement of a Walking-Working Surfaces and Personal Protective Equipment (Subpart D) final rule on November 18, OSHA put tree care employers on notice that conventional body belts and lanyards used for fall protection in aerial lifts would no longer be acceptable as of the effective …

Clean Consistent Citations We all know what citations are. The Yelps, the Home Advisors, the BBB’s. Over the the last year even, these have doubled in importance for Google ranking factors. In 2010 Google came out and said “Blogs are good, everyone should have a blog!”. And that’s indeed what we did.  But on second …

      Getting To Know Your First Responders We are all familiar with the OSHA and ANSI standards because we are responsible and compliant professionals. If we weren’t we probably wouldn’t be members of the MAC-ISA and therefore would not be reading this article. Let us be honest. Many of us have small businesses …