Meeting Description

Must warning lines be a minimum of 6 feet back from a roof’s edge?

Do double-walled fuel tanks need additional collision protection?

Does OSHA require you to tie off in a scissors lift?

Join Meg DeWerth (DeWerth Safety Services) and find out the answers to these questions and other commonly misunderstood safety rules. The presentation will cover misconceptions in many areas from recordkeeping, reporting, fall protection and flammable storage. You may be surprised at what you do – or don’t – know. With support from OSHA regulations and OSHA letters of interpretation, register to learn what is OSHA facts vs. fiction.


Phone: (614) 906-2219

Meg DeWerth
President, DeWerth Safety Solutions

Meg DeWerth is the founder of DeWerth Safety Services, a safety and health consulting company focused primarily in construction related industries. Meg has nearly 25 years of experience in construction safety, with expertise in OSHA compliance, workers’ compensation management, and public risk mitigation. Meg Dewerth founded the BX Safety Program in 1993 while working as the Senior Safety Director at the Builders Exchange of Central Ohio.

Sponsor Info

Buckeye Ready Mix’s mission is a team that strives to build lasting relationships with their customers by safely delivering quality products with superior service. On behalf of the Buckeye Ready Mix Management Team, they wanted to wish everyone a safe and Happy Holiday season!