Houston, TX (PRWEB) January 3, 2011 – Flexible Lifeline Systems, Inc. today announced that it had successfully completed the design and installation of the rooftop fall arrest system on the Amundsen Research Station at the South Pole.
“This installation showcases the unique ability of Flexible Lifeline Systems to provide innovative solutions to challenging applications and environments.” said Andy Townend, President of Flexible Lifeline Systems. “It further solidifies Flexible Lifeline Systems’ position as the leading turnkey provider of innovative fall protection solutions. From the North Slope of Alaska to the South Pole and all points in between, FLS Works!”
“Thanks go to Flexible for their help, to the inside sales team for getting us our needed parts and equipment, to the training department for the training and, of course, to operations who always has the answers for us anytime we call.” said Doug Forsythe, Construction Superintendent with RPSC. “The new South Pole Station now has a Flexible Lifeline fall arrest system mounted to the roof.”
For additional information, contact Hugh Armstrong or visit www.flexiblelifeline.com.
Flexible Lifeline Systems (FLS) is a leading turnkey provider of innovative fall protection solutions. Based in Houston, TX, FLS offers site assessments, training, engineering, design, fabrication and installation of all types of fall arrest systems across a wide variety of industries.