Fall protection

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Reusable fall protection anchors

Reusable anchors rotate 360 degrees and swivel 180 degrees, allowing users to move freely and providing the mobility and confidence they require when working at height.
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Personal escape system

Ideal for firefighters, the EXO AP with Anti-Panic Functionality is a personal escape system designed to better control escapes with an anti-panic function that engages automatically in the event the user, fueled by adrenaline, yanks too hard on the handle.
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Self-retracting lifeline

The DuraSeal Self-Retracting Lifeline is designed to provide greater reliability and safety in the harshest environments, including onshore and offshore oil and gas, mining, and petrochemical sites.
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Rolling metal ladder

The WORKMASTER Rolling Metal Ladder, built with extra heavy-duty components, is resistant to most dings and bumps in harsh work environments.
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Harness series

Journeyman Flex Harnesses feature lightweight aluminum hardware and breathable stitched-down pad sets – combining wearability with commonsense pricing – to provide safety at height without compromise.
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Full-body harness

The Tradesman+ Harness features a deluxe breathable padded air mesh shoulder yoke with non-slip dorsal D-ring adjustment and low-profile spring-tension torso adjusters for greater comfort and durability.
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Safety gate

The Levelizer E3 Safety Gate is a “gate that can never be left open,” and requires no space on the work platform or mezzanine.
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Self-retracting device

Available as a single unit or as a twin, the DuraTech 6' Mini SRD allows attachment from overhead to 5 inches below the dorsal D-ring – outperforming traditional shock-absorbing lanyards.
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Safety gate

The Mezzanine Clear Height Safety Gate is engineered to protect workers from falls on elevated mezzanine loading areas.
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