Fall Protection For Distribution Centers

Solutions For Warehouse Fall Safety & Fulfillment Centers


Advances in material handling technology have tremendously increased the productivity and efficiency of today’s distribution centers. The use of robotics and other high tech equipment has automated many processes and reduced costs. However, maintaining this equipment, correcting errors, and clearing product jams can present some unique fall protection challenges.

Unparalleled Experience In Fall Protection For Distribution Centers

Flexible Lifeline Systems (FLS) has a wealth of experience working with distributions centers such as Target, SUPERVALU, Rite Aid, Schwan’s, General Motors, and AutoZone to name a few.

We have developed many unique solutions to protect employees working at height in distribution centers. These solutions include:

horizontal lifelines for distribution centers

These solutions often take a lot of coordination between the system manufacturer, the maintenance technicians, safety, and our systems specialist to ensure the fall protection fits the job task and works within the parameters of all the moving parts.

Trusted Experts In Fall Safety

As the industry leader, FLS is a turnkey provider of innovative fall arrest solutions and sets the standard for fall protection capability, quality, and efficiency. To learn more about our solutions for distribution centers, contact the systems specialist in your territory.

Solutions For Distribution Centers


Single Point Anchors

A cost effective & permanent solution to provide point of access fall protection.

Catwalks

Elevated walkways and permanent access systems for warehouses and distribution centers.

Horizontal Lifelines

Engineered lifeline cables can provide safe access without hindering worker productivity.

Custom Solutions

We can develop unique site-specific fall protection solutions.

User Equipment

Harnesses, lanyards, and other fall protection user equipment for distribution centers.

Distribution Center Fall Protection Photos


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