What You Will Learn:
- Review elements of a managed slip, trip and fall prevention process, including underlying complexities related to walkway friction analysis, trip hazards and code/standard compliance.
- Explain the criteria for implementing and complying with ANSI/ASSP A1264.1 and A1264.2 to control and/or eliminate walking/working surfaces hazards and exposures.
- Establish safe work practices using these ASSP/ANSI standards.
- Assess the benefits of incorporating national consensus standards into your safety management processes.
John Leffler is lead engineer in Forcon International’s Atlanta, GA, office. An experienced expert witness, Leffler has investigated more than 250 pedestrian fall incidents. He is vice chair of the ASTM F13 Pedestrian Safety Standards Committee, chair of the ASTM F15.03 Bathing Surfaces Safety Committee and primary author of two ASTM standards. He is a leader in the development of the latest U.S. pedestrian safety standards across four different standards development organizations. Leffler is also the de-facto manufacturer of Slip-Test walkway tribometers. He is board-certified in forensic engineering and is a licensed engineer (mechanical) in 11 states.
Wayne Maynard is product director, ergonomics and tribology, for Liberty Mutual Insurance’s Risk Control Technical Services organization in Boston, MA. In this role, he develops evidence-based products and services in ergonomics and fall prevention that support his organization and meet customer needs. He has authored and coauthored numerous articles and is a regular presenter at industry and safety conferences on slip, trip and fall prevention, and ergonomics. He holds leadership responsibilities on several ANSI and ASTM technical committees including ANSI/ASSP A1264 and ASTM International’s F13 Committee on Pedestrian/Walkway Safety and Footwear, and he is vice chair of the F13.50 subcommittee on walkway surfaces.
The following standards are included with your registration under “My Account” on your ASSP profile:
ANSI/ASSP A1264.1-2017 Safety Requirements for Workplace Walking/Working Surfaces and Their Access; Workplace, Floor, Wall and Roof Openings; Stairs and Guardrail/Handrail Systems
ANSI/ASSP A1264.2-2012 Standard for the Provision of Slip Resistance on Walking/Working Surfaces
ANSI/ASSP A10.18-2007 (R2012) Safety Requirements for Temporary Roof and Floors, Holes, Wall Openings, Stairways and Other Unprotected Edges – For Use on Construction and Demolition Sites
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