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Key Elements in OSHA Standards for Steel Erection

TASA ID: 1334

On January 18, 2011, at 2 p.m. ET, The TASA Group, Inc., in conjunction with construction safety expert Dan Paine, presented a free, one-hour, interactive webinar, Key Elements of OSHA Standards for Steel Erection Construction, for all legal professionals.

This presentation discussed in detail the OSHA requirements for steel erection, which are completely different from any other requirements for the other building trades.

Some of the differences that were discussed are the requirements of the general contractor (controlling employer) for site layout, site-specific erection plans and construction sequence.

In addition, the presenter discussed the requirements for:

  • Hoisting and rigging
  • Structural steel assembly
  • Column anchorage
  • Beams and column erection
  • Fall protection and training

About the Expert

Daniel M. Paine, C.S.E., is a construction safety and fall protection expert. He is a Certified Safety Executive (C.S.E.) and a professional member of the American Society of Safety Engineers (A.S.S.E.), Past General Chairman of the Construction Division of the National Safety Council and a member of the Board of Directors of the Veterans of Safety. Mr. Paine is a frequent lecturer on the topic of worksite safety and fall protection. He co-authored the book entitled Elevated Work Platforms and Scaffolding Job Site Safety Manual (McGraw-Hill, 2004), and he has authored and produced articles and films addressing elevated worksite safety issues. Mr. Paine has been found qualified to testify as an expert witness in numerous court proceedings, and he has given expert testimony on the subject of worksite safety and fall protection. Mr. Paine has also testified as an expert for OSHA at the Public hearing for the adoption of 29 CFR §1926 Subpart R Steel Erection, which is the subject of this webinar.
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