Posted on October 9, 2017

Successfully in use for the past two months, Naval Facilities Engineering Command Hawaii Transportation Division’s new mobile, fall arrest system provides employees a safer working environment when performing maintenance on vehicles and equipment above 4 feet.
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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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Posted on August 1, 2013

Depending on the area to be inspected and maintained, facility managers must ensure that appropriate safety features are in place and are used properly. Catwalks and other walkways around pumping stations and inspection points must either be enclosed with railings or must be used only with the appropriate safety equipment. On the exterior of the dam, even stricter safety regulations apply. A fall from the exterior of the dam could be fatal; ensuring the correct anchorages and safety equipment for inspection and maintenance personnel is essential for hydroelectric dam facilities managers.
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Posted on July 27, 2013

Ensuring the safety of your employees and guests is of critical importance in the recreational marketplace. Whether you manage a large regional theme park or a local entertainment emporium, maintaining your equipment properly is vital to your ongoing success. Implementing the right fall protection equipment can provide your customers, your staff members and your business with an added level of physical security at work and at play.
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Posted on July 1, 2013

If you run a business that requires your employees to work in elevated places, then your company will need a fall protection Roof plan. In fact, the safety guidelines must be compliant with the ANSI Z359.2 standard. Businesses that require employees to work up high include window washing, billboard and roofing companies. Furthermore, your business’s building maintenance system will likely require regular inspections and scheduled maintenance.. Therefore, your maintenance personnel may need to complete occasional tasks at dangerous heights.
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Posted on March 20, 2013

It can happen in a second. One misstep, one slight slip and a person can fall far enough to be seriously or fatally injured. Of course, no one on a job site ever thinks it can happen to them. It is always ‘the other guy’ that gets careless, the ‘other guy’ who makes mistakes.
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