Fall Protection

November 2019


Trends in ... fall protection

Safety+Health spoke with Melissa Black, president of consulting firm MsR3 LLC and an adjunct professor in occupational safety and health at Orange Beach, AL-based Columbia Southern University, to get her thoughts on what’s new in the fall protection field, how workers can avoid misuse and how workers can best stay safe.

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Mobile safety rail

The SRC360 Mobile Safety Rail System is an OSHA-compliant passive fall protection system that uses weighted cast-iron base plates and railings to act as a barrier around workplace safety hazards.
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Rooftop crossover

Crossover Safe Access Platforms provide safe, efficient routes for maintenance, construction and other personnel accessing flat and low-sloped rooftops.
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Tool tether system

The FallTech for Tools Dropped Object Prevention System complies with ANSI 121-2018 and ISEA standards to limit injuries and create safer work environments.
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