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Category: Fall Arrest

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Safety Training

A Complete Guide to Fall Arrest Safety Systems

In 2020 alone, nearly 5,000 workers suffered fatal work-related injuries. Besides the trauma and pain that injuries can cause for employees and their families, they can also have a severe impact on a business’s bottom line. This is why it’s so important for companies to invest in proper workplace safety systems. In businesses where employees work in

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Tether Track Bridge System Fall Arrest
Fall Arrest

Top Tips on How to Choose the Best Fall Arrest System for Your Workplace

Did you know there were over 1.17 million nonfatal work-related injuries in 2020? That means that more work-related injuries were also fatal. Taking workplace safety seriously can mean the difference between someone hurting themselves in a minor way, not hurting themselves at all, or getting in an accident that may end up fatal. One of

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Gorbel Free Standing PIVOT PRO Jib Crane
Bridge Cranes

The Ultimate Guide to the Different Types of Cranes and Their Uses

The global crane market is valued at $19 billion per annum, and this growth is expected to increase by 6% every year up to 2025. With the market for housing and construction showing no signs of slowing, the machinery to push growth forward is in high demand. But do you know how to get the

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Safety Training

How Should You Inspect Your Fall Arrest Safety System?

Each year, there are 37.3 million falls globally that are severe enough to warrant medical attention. Are your workers safe from falls? Have you inspected your fall arrest safety system lately? If not, do you know how to properly inspect it to ensure your employees are safe? Keep reading to learn the steps for inspecting

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Kansas City

8 Critical Tips for Effective Fall Arrest Systems in Kansas City

When you’re working in an environment with cranes, pulleys, and high platforms, there’s always a risk of suffering a fall. According to OSHA and MSHA, ineffective or the nonexistence of fall protection is their most cited violation every year.  When a worker suffers a fall, not only do they put their lives at risk but

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