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Posted on April 22, 2020

We often have customers ask us to put a lifeline or a guardrail on their roof to protect their employees and contractors. Both lifelines and guardrails can be an effective means to protect people working […]
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Posted on March 30, 2014

Powered window washing equipment can offer added protection for workers and can increase productivity for these high-elevation activities. The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration, better known as OSHA, is responsible for providing regulatory oversight […]
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Posted on October 23, 2013

Horizontal lifeline systems are an important component of modern fall protection implementations and are generally categorized as rigid or flexible.
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Posted on October 16, 2013

Today we pose the question, “Is a cage ladder really a safe form of fall protection?” We have all seen silos and taller buildings with ladders going up the side. Most often these ladders are caged and broken into sections with a landing platform at each section.
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Posted on October 9, 2013

OSHA regulations require companies to provide adequate protection for workers during routine building maintenance activities. Maintaining a comprehensive fall prevention and protection safety plan can benefit building management firms and owners in a number of other ways as well. Reduced medical bills and insurance costs, decreased downtime and improved productivity are among the most important advantages available to property owners and management firms that institute these safety programs.
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Posted on September 17, 2013

Fall protection systems are used to reduce or avoid any injuries sustained by workers who fall at a job site. Unfortunately, it is possible for companies to use fall protection equipment that is not compatible with other components of the system. Failure to check compatibility in a fall protection system could lead to serious injuries and even death in the workplace.
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Posted on September 10, 2013

People who work in the construction field frequently face dangers like death or injury. Falls are a major cause of workplace incidents in the industry. In fact, falls kill more construction workers every year than any other incident. According to statistics, 100 to 200 workers die from falls annually. In most cases, fall incidents are complex events that may consist of various factors. Therefore, when you purchase the proper fall protection equipment and gear for your business, you will likely improve your company’s safety rating, reputation and improve your financial bottom line.
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Posted on December 19, 2017

When most people think about a railing system – like a hand or guardrail – they tend to think of structures that are used to prevent falls. After all, one of the primary uses of these systems has been to prevent falls from height, particularly for preventing workplace injuries.
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Posted on May 25, 2014

Rigid Rail fall protection systems increase the safety of employees who work in elevated areas. Airline, energy and recreational companies are several common employers that require their workers to labor at dangerous heights. The security system’s advantages include its cost effectiveness, extra safety features and durability.
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Posted on August 7, 2013

Window washers use equipment that moves up and down the sides of the building and is secured by lines attached to a rooftop anchorage structure. The safety of the window cleaning workers literally depends upon these connections and the stability of the anchorage point at the top of the building. While window washing contractors are typically responsible for the equipment they supply for their workers, the full responsibility for maintaining secure rooftop anchorages falls upon building owners and managers.
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