Fall Protection

May 2022


Trends in ... fall protection

Experts discuss this mainstay on OSHA’s annual list of most cited violations
To some, “falls might sound like a problem with a simple solution,” cautions 
Glorianna Corman, senior risk management consultant at Lafayette, CO-based KPA. “But they continue to be the most frequently cited OSHA violation and leading cause of fatalities in the workplace.”
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Vertical lifeline

The ASAP VERTICAL LIFELINE is a temporary vertical lifeline designed for belaying and protecting against falls from height. It contains a RAY 11-millimeter rope, ASAP or ASAP LOCK mobile fall arrester, an ASAP’SORBER energy absorber, and BM’D or OXAN connectors.
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Self-retracting lifeline

The 8-foot FT-X EdgeCore is a lightweight, patent-pending personal leading-edge SRL with a synthetic lifeline that meets the ANSI Z359.14-2021 Class 2 leading-edge standard. The SRL is designed to rest high and tight inside the back’s ergonomic comfort zone.
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Fall hazard assessment

Are you worried about workplace falls and OSHA compliance? Is your organization struggling to improve its safety culture? If so, it’s time to take proactive steps to build a safer workplace.
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The SRC360 Mobile Rail provides OSHA-compliant fall protection. Its non-penetrating design requires no drilling into the building envelope, as its cast-iron bases simply rest on the roof’s surface.
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Safety gate

The GateKeeper Mezzanine Safety Gate creates a controlled access area for workers at the edge of material transfer areas on a mezzanine. The dual reciprocating gates help prevent workers or products from falling off an elevated platform.
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Temporary horizontal lifeline

The Cable Temporary Horizontal Lifeline features an integrated locking and tensioning mechanism on the handle that eliminates the need for nuts, bolts and wrenches. The lightweight, flexible cable helps make installation easy to complete by a single worker.
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