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Fall Protection Fall Protection
Why is fall protection important?

 

In 2016, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported that 991 construction workers died on the job, with 38.7 percent of those fatalities resulting from falls. [more...].

 

Since falls are among the most common causes of serious work related injuries and deaths employers need to ensure work place has what employees need to prevent falling off overhead platforms, elevated work stations or into holes in the floor and walls.  

 
 
Drop Protection
 
 
Never worry about dropped objects

 

Afraid your tools might fall and hurt someone?  Have the right protection for yourself and more equally as important for the others.  Honeywell offers a complete product line for anyone working at heights.

 

Prevent fatailities caused by dropped objects with dropout prevention equipment.  Using drop prevention equipment complements our reliable fall protection integrated solution.

 

3 Benefits to Drop Prevention Equipment

 

Using drop tool prevention equipment has benefits you can't afford to ignore.  First, drop tool equipment reduces the chances to drop tools and thereby save time having to retrieve or replace them.  Second, easy to install and use.  Very quickly set up your equipment saving time making it cost effective.  Third, reduces workers fatigue and equally important risk to others working below.

 

  1. Reduce chance to drop tools
  2. Easy setup saving time
  3. Reduce worker fatigue and risk to others

 

Falls can be prevented.  Watch this short video on how falls can be avoided and what employers can do to prevent them.

More information on OSHA requirements for construction standards in fall protection...

 
There are so many ways employers can protect workers from falls.  Some of them are more conventional such as guardrail systems, safety net systems and personal fall protection systems.
 
The best way to keep a work place safe is by adopting safe work practices and providing appropriate training.   The use of warning lines, designated areas, control zones and similar systems are permitted by OSHA in some situations and can provide protection by limiting the number of workers exposed. 
 
 
Conducting regular hazard assessments will help to manage fall hazards and focus attention on prevention efforts. If personal fall protection systems are used, particular attention should be given to identifying attachment points and to ensuring that employees know how to properly use and inspect the equipment. The following references aid in recognizing and evaluating fall protection hazards in the workplace. [more...]
 
 
Contact us today for assistance in choosing the right equipment for your personal needs.  We are looking forward to helping you!
 
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