Have Standards, Don’t Cut Lanyards

In some industries the standard practice is to cut the patient’s lanyard once you’ve connected to them. By pulling as much slack out of the connection as possible, the shock to the patient from cutting the lanyard is usually quite small. At first glance this seems to be a pretty desirable solution. It is simple, fast, and requires a minimum …

Amy LavinHave Standards, Don’t Cut Lanyards

Evaluating Potential New At-Height Workers: A Guest Post

Due to recent tragedies, we have decided that our usual sarcastic and satirical perspective on life should take a seat and let the depth of things sink in. We love to play around, but think it might be a good time to say when and really let the severity of recent happenings register. It is said that reflection is the greatest …

Amy LavinEvaluating Potential New At-Height Workers: A Guest Post