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Fall Protection Systems & Accessories
According to OSHA, falls are one of the most common culprits when it comes to work-related injuries / death. Make sure your crew is safe while working at heights or in a confined space by using fall protection equipment.
These products are a subtype of personal protective equipment, specifically designed to protect workers and those around them from the effects of a fall. Our selection includes anchorage, tool tethers, full-body harnesses, self-retracting lifelines, and more.
When is Fall Protection Equipment Required?
OSHA requires that fall protection be used at "elevations of four feet in general industry workplaces, five feet in shipyards, six feet in the construction industry and eight feet in longshoring operations", as well as anytime a someone is working over dangerous machinery or equipment.
Visit OSHA's website to see the most up-to-date fall protection guidelines.
Components of a Fall Arrest System
Each fall arrest system has three primary components: a safety harness, a connector, and an anchor. Additional components, like tool tethers, can be incorporated as well, depending on your application.
While we generally offer all of these components separately so you can build the system that works best for your jobsite, we do offer a few fall protection kits that include a harness, a lanyard, and other compatible equipment if you want to keep it simple.
Fall Protection Anchor Points
Anchors are designed to create a secure connection point to the worksite structure, whether that be a roof, an I-beam, or a concrete wall/ceiling. They can be either temporary or permanent, and come in multiple styles to suit a wide range of work environments.
Most are designed to decelerate a fall, reducing the force impact, but we also offer positioning lanyards and self-retracting lifelines that allow for hands-free work at height.
While the primary function of fall protection harnesses is to protect your crew from fall-related injuries, they also serve to keep them comfortable and mobile throughout the workday.
We offer fall arrest harnesses, positioning / construction harnesses, climbing harnesses, arc flash-rated harnesses, and more.
Additional Fall Protection Equipment
While some fall protection systems only require the basic equipment discussed above, chances are that additional elements might be needed for optimal workplace safety.
If your crew is working with tools - scaffold wrenches, power tools, etc. - you don't want to risk these tools falling and hurting another member of your team or passerby. Tool tethers keep tools safely within reach and prevent them from falling.
Horizontal lifeline systems are designed for environments without acceptable fixed anchor points. They let your team easily move around their horizontal workspace without needing to change anchor locations.
Confined Space Equipment
Confined spaces offer unique challenges requiring specialized supplies. Confined space equipment will help you navigate restricted entries and quickly react if a retrieval is needed.
Rescue and Descent Systems
You have a comprehensive rescue plan for when a fall occurs. Make sure you have the rescue and descent equipment you need to put that plan into action.
Not sure which fall protection equipment is right for you? Call to speak to one of our product specialists today. They can answer any questions you may have or help you place an order.