Fall Protection Equipment
in FALL PROTECTION - 23 Dec, 2017
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Using the successful completion of OSHA’s Stand Down for Basic safety event the other day, I’m sure there will be much more people searching for fall protection equipment. If you are, it might mix your brain to take a peek through the neighborhood classifieds to see when you can find much on some “slightly used but not abused” products, such as harnesses, lanyards, and maybe even an SRL.

Good idea? In the end, if the gear looks good and seems to work, it should be just fine, right? Not fast.


Let’s say you will find a fall protection equipment. It appears good, does not have any frayed or cut webbing, and, by golly, the impact signal is still unchanged. Best of all, the person is selling it for half the original price, not bad! But prior to going laying out your hard-earned cash, consider the next: you have NO idea what that harness has been subjected to. None. No. Nada. Zip. The dude says he scarcely even wore it, but how about the guy before him? Who knows how many users the harness has had and how they took good care of it? Perhaps the thing has been sitting out in sunlight, being strike with UV rays (rendering it potentially brittle) day in and day trip – you think he’ll let you know that?

And how about the impact indication?

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in Fall Protection Equipment - 30 Aug, 2016
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The different types of personal protective equipment include fall protection equipment and several other items that should indeed be part of your budget or even be asked in your company.Personal protective equipment in responsible for protecting workers and guaranteeing safety against risks that threaten their health and physical integrity. They are especially used in risk functions in production lines where the noise is large, or activities in heights above 2 meters from the lower level.

Getting to know the differentfall protection equipment

The types of personal protective equipment PPE used may vary depending on the activity to be performed or the risks it may bring the safety and health of workers and part of the body to be protected. This also includes fall protection anchors.

Types of personal protective equipment (PPE) most common are:

  • Hearing protection: earmuffs noise and ear protectors;
  • Respiratory protection: masks and filter;
  • Visual and facial protection: goggles and visors;
  • Head protection: helmets;
  • Protection of hands and arms: gloves and hoses;
  • Protection of legs and feet, shoes, boots and boots;
  • Fall Protection: safety belts and belts.

It is the employer’s responsibility to provide this protective equipment and workers’ responsibility to use properly and when exposed to risky activities. Visit this site for more information : http://www.fallprotectionpros.com/

Importance of personal protective equipment Types


The Personal Protective Equipment also known as PPE is every device or product, individual character used by the worker, intended to protect against risks … Read the rest..

in Fall Protection Equipment - 02 May, 2016
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Falls are the leading cause of death in construction accidents, according to OSHA statistics. More than 85 percent of falls that occur in the workplace require lost work time and that is, why fall protection equipment are so important. Fall protection equipment is required when working on any structure in which someone could fall over 7 1/2 feet, trusses and beams higher than 15 feet, and steep roofs.

Bannister, baseboards and other obstacles should be used whenever possible. At other times, workers have to rely on personal fall protection equipment. Fences, barriers and whole covers also protect workers from the risk of falling. No work should always continue to fall protection is in place. Personal fall systems may including several items, depending on the activity, some are retractable lanyards, welding supplies, fall protection anchors, miller welding helmet and many others.

Every detail counts

Personal fall arrest systems keep a worker from hitting a lower level or structure. These systems include a full body harness, and connectors and fall protection anchors. They may include a lifeline or deceleration device. Personal fall restraint systems to keep workers from getting too close to edges. They include a belt or full body harness, connectors and anchors. They may include lifelines, lanyards and rope grabs. The fall protection equipment should be labeled to meet American National Standards Institute (ANSI) requirements and should be right for the job.

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in Uncategorized - 16 Dec, 2015
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Fall protection equipment is very important and can last years when it remains in good condition. Most will realize how crucial fall protection items are because if you should fall you need to have something there to prevent you from getting hurt. However, very few really take serious care of their fall protection items and end up damaging them to the point where they need replacing. How to properly store and care for your safety equipment?

Harnesses Should Be Hung Up

Harnesses are easily crushed and damaged when they are squeezed into cupboards and storage boxes. This means the harnesses are potentially risky to use even on a basic construction job because they cannot be used when they are damaged. Instead you should look to hanging up the harnesses in safe areas as soon as you are finished with them. It’s the same with fall protection anchors; they should be stored very carefully away from sharp tools which could cause damage.

Don’t Leave Fall Protection Equipment Out In the Elements

One of the worst things any construction worker can do is leave their items outside because the weather will get to them. Rain can easily degrade the equipment leaving them unsafe to use and in actual fact you will need to replace them. This can be very costly so instead, look at storing all fall protection equipment indoors at all times. It will reduce the risk of them getting damaged … Read the rest..

in Fall Protection Equipment - 15 Dec, 2015
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Fall protection equipment is very much needed when it comes to building and construction work. It doesn’t matter if you are installing new windows or actually creating the building from scratch there will come a time when you require certain fall protection equipment. Yet, there are thousands of people, some new to the trade, who don’t realize how costly it can be to forget about using the right fall protection equipment. Here are some suggestions you may want to consider when it comes to your safety whilst working.

Check the Condition of the Fall Protection Equipment before Every Use

Surprisingly there are many who grab their equipment and go to work before even checking on the things they are using. Now, not checking the condition of say a hammer or drill is one thing, but not checking the condition of your personal safety equipment is dangerous. Let’s say you didn’t check on the condition of your fall protection anchors and there was something wrong with them – they were faulty – you wouldn’t know about it until it was too late. Do not run the risk of falling off a building because you didn’t take the time to check.

Never Use Old or Broken Equipment

There comes a certain point when you need to take your personal safety into context and decide how at risk you want to be. Working on a construction or building site can be dangerous … Read the rest..