Jordan Barab will speak at the IPAF Summit in Miami on March 26.
Jordan Barab, second in command at OSHA, will speak at the IPAF Summit in Miami on March 26.
The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) is delighted to announce that Jordan Barab, deputy assistant secretary of labor for the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and second in command at OSHA, has confirmed that he will address the IPAF Summit in Miami on March 26.
Barab’s presentation is titled “Scaling New Heights in Fall Protection." He completes a world-class panel of speakers that includes keynote speaker Ron DeFeo, president of Terex; Michael Kneeland, president of United Rentals; Tim Hatch, VP of global engineering at JLG Industries; Andy Studdert, CEO of NES Rentals; and Sérgio Kariya, director of Mills Rental.
“We are delighted that Mr. Barab will share his thoughts on preventing falls from height with us at the IPAF Summit – he has been a tireless champion of safety in the work place and his presentation will be much anticipated,” said IPAF CEO Tim Whiteman.
The conference theme is “Safety from the Top” and it takes place in the Miami Hilton on March 26. There is no charge to attend, but places are limited and must be reserved at www.iapa-summit.info. The IPAF Summit will be followed by the International Awards for Powered Access, a gala dinner event for which some tickets are still available.