Product Focus: Fall protection

November 2013


Trends in ... fall protection

‘Personal inspection is vital’
In 2010, falls to a lower level ranked second – behind highway crashes – in number of workplace fatalities, according to the 2013 edition of the National Safety Council’s “Injury Facts.”
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Bluewater --PF nov13

Ladder safety gate

The GuardDog Industrial Safety Gate is tough, durable and easy to install. This ladder safety gate is self-closing and comes in five nominal sizes.
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Capital-Safety --PF nov13

Self-retracting lifeline

The Nano-Lok edge is the first personal self-retracting lifeline engineered for both foot-level tie-off and sharp-edge applications.
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Gorbel --PF nov13

Fall-arrest systems

The family of Tether Track Fall Arrest Systems provides a safe and cost-effective solution for reducing the risk of injury in elevated work environments.
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JLG --PF nov13

Portable aerial work platform

The LiftPod FS60 portable aerial work platform offers an affordable alternative to ladders and scaffolding, with a working height of up to 14 feet and a 330-pound platform capacity.
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Kee-Safety ---PF nov13

Safety railing system

KEEGUARD free-standing roof edge protection works on a proven counterweight system and meets or exceeds American and international safety requirements.
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Miller-by-Honeywell --PF nov13

Overhead rotational boom anchor

The Miller SkyORB Overhead Rotational Boom Anchor by Honeywell Safety Products uses the weight of the vehicle being serviced as a counterweight to provide a safe overhead anchorage point.
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MSA ---PF nov13

Confined space winch

Workman Winch is a rugged, versatile and economical winch for lifting, lowering, and positioning personnel and materials in confined space applications.
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Rigid-Lifelines --PF nov13

Portable fall protection system

The Griffin portable fall protection system’s slim profile and “L” shape are perfect for protecting workers who need to access different parts of flatbed trucks, airplane fuselages or railcars.
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