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  • FallProof Frequently Asked Questions
    Systems Anchor Points Fall Arrest Davit Arms Systems Horizontal Lifelines Fixed Track Rigid Track Lifelines Horizontal Cable Lifelines Swing Arms and Jib Arms Vertical Lifelines Fixed Track Rigid Track Lifelines Vertical Cable Lifelines Fall Restraint Systems Request a Quote Guardrails Skylights Installation Rentals Roof Hatches Rooftop Railings and Walkways Safety Railings Access Platforms Skylight Railings and Screens Request A Quote Safety Netting Debris Netting Hardware Installation Personnel and Fall Protection Netting Rentals Specialty and Industrial Netting Request a Quote Fall Protection Training Awareness Competent Person Equipment Inspection Request a Quote Services Installation Design and Engineering Fall Protection Consulting Fall Protection Equipment Inspection Fall Protection Installation Fall Protection System Certification On Site Fall Protection Survey Industries Applications Aviation Aircraft Hangars Bridges Infrastructure Construction Energy Historical Buildings Manufacturing Distribution Sports and Entertainment Steel Mills Transportation and Trucking Water Utilities On Site Fall Protection Survey Blog Privacy Policy Sitemap Home FAQs Transportation Trucking Browse By Industry Aviation Aircraft Hangars Bridges Infrastructure Construction Energy Steel Mills Transportation Trucking Water Utilities Other Why do fall protection systems as they apply to safety harnesses vary greatly in the cost of materials February 2 2016 11 48 am Question from Mike Category Fall Protection Systems Starting with harnesses a big driver of the cost of the equipment is ensuring comfort of the worker so the material used is very important For example if you wear a harness all day moving to lightweight aluminum hardware with a padded cushioned harness will result is less wear on the body resulting in more comfort Equally as important to comfort is safety Read more During the design phase of a fall protection system why is worker weight a critical component January 20 2016 10 22 am Question from Mason Category Fall Protection Systems Worker weight is important on both sides of

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  • FallProof Frequently Asked Questions
    and Entertainment Steel Mills Transportation and Trucking Water Utilities On Site Fall Protection Survey Home About Us Contact Us Request A Quote Fall Protection Systems Anchor Points Fall Arrest Davit Arms Systems Horizontal Lifelines Fixed Track Rigid Track Lifelines Horizontal Cable Lifelines Swing Arms and Jib Arms Vertical Lifelines Fixed Track Rigid Track Lifelines Vertical Cable Lifelines Fall Restraint Systems Request a Quote Guardrails Skylights Installation Rentals Roof Hatches Rooftop Railings and Walkways Safety Railings Access Platforms Skylight Railings and Screens Request A Quote Safety Netting Debris Netting Hardware Installation Personnel and Fall Protection Netting Rentals Specialty and Industrial Netting Request a Quote Fall Protection Training Awareness Competent Person Equipment Inspection Request a Quote Services Installation Design and Engineering Fall Protection Consulting Fall Protection Equipment Inspection Fall Protection Installation Fall Protection System Certification On Site Fall Protection Survey Industries Applications Aviation Aircraft Hangars Bridges Infrastructure Construction Energy Historical Buildings Manufacturing Distribution Sports and Entertainment Steel Mills Transportation and Trucking Water Utilities On Site Fall Protection Survey Blog Privacy Policy Sitemap Home FAQs Water Utilities Browse By Industry Aviation Aircraft Hangars Bridges Infrastructure Construction Energy Steel Mills Transportation Trucking Water Utilities Other What does swing fall refer to January 19 2016 11 03 am Question from Ed Category Fall Protection Systems Swing fall is the distance a worker will swing back to the center of the anchor point during a fall This distance is created when a worker moves away from the anchor point of a fall protection system In most cases when a worker falls he or she will swing past the anchor point and depending on the how far they have moved away from it or how great the swing distance is it might be enough to cause them to hit the surface below or adjacent to them Read

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  • FallProof Frequently Asked Questions
    Fall Protection Survey Industries Applications Aviation Aircraft Hangars Bridges Infrastructure Construction Energy Historical Buildings Manufacturing Distribution Sports and Entertainment Steel Mills Transportation and Trucking Water Utilities On Site Fall Protection Survey Home About Us Contact Us Request A Quote Fall Protection Systems Anchor Points Fall Arrest Davit Arms Systems Horizontal Lifelines Fixed Track Rigid Track Lifelines Horizontal Cable Lifelines Swing Arms and Jib Arms Vertical Lifelines Fixed Track Rigid Track Lifelines Vertical Cable Lifelines Fall Restraint Systems Request a Quote Guardrails Skylights Installation Rentals Roof Hatches Rooftop Railings and Walkways Safety Railings Access Platforms Skylight Railings and Screens Request A Quote Safety Netting Debris Netting Hardware Installation Personnel and Fall Protection Netting Rentals Specialty and Industrial Netting Request a Quote Fall Protection Training Awareness Competent Person Equipment Inspection Request a Quote Services Installation Design and Engineering Fall Protection Consulting Fall Protection Equipment Inspection Fall Protection Installation Fall Protection System Certification On Site Fall Protection Survey Industries Applications Aviation Aircraft Hangars Bridges Infrastructure Construction Energy Historical Buildings Manufacturing Distribution Sports and Entertainment Steel Mills Transportation and Trucking Water Utilities On Site Fall Protection Survey Blog Privacy Policy Sitemap Home FAQs Other Browse By Industry Aviation Aircraft Hangars Bridges Infrastructure Construction Energy Steel Mills Transportation Trucking Water Utilities Other Do anchor points have certified and non certified ratings and if yes what are they January 4 2016 9 09 am Question from David Category Services Installation Non certified anchor points need to withstand a 5000 lb force Certified anchor points on the other hand which are generally signed off on by a fall protection engineer are capable of withstanding two times the maximum arresting force for the deployment of the fall protection system Read more Ask Our Experts A Question Fall Protection Services We Offer Consulting Design and Engineering Equipment Inspection Installation

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  • Q&A: When Inspecting My Fall Protection Harness Before Each Use, What Should I Look For?
    Cable Lifelines Fall Restraint Systems Request a Quote Guardrails Skylights Installation Rentals Roof Hatches Rooftop Railings and Walkways Safety Railings Access Platforms Skylight Railings and Screens Request A Quote Safety Netting Debris Netting Hardware Installation Personnel and Fall Protection Netting Rentals Specialty and Industrial Netting Request a Quote Fall Protection Training Awareness Competent Person Equipment Inspection Request a Quote Services Installation Design and Engineering Fall Protection Consulting Fall Protection Equipment Inspection Fall Protection Installation Fall Protection System Certification On Site Fall Protection Survey Industries Applications Aviation Aircraft Hangars Bridges Infrastructure Construction Energy Historical Buildings Manufacturing Distribution Sports and Entertainment Steel Mills Transportation and Trucking Water Utilities On Site Fall Protection Survey Blog Privacy Policy Sitemap Home FAQs When inspecting my fall protection harness before each use what should I look for Browse By Topic Aviation Aircraft Hangars Bridges Infrastructure Construction Energy Steel Mills Transportation Trucking Water Utilities Other When inspecting my fall protection harness before each use what should I look for February 9 2016 12 15 pm Question from Darren Category Fall Protection Systems When inspecting a fall protection harness the following is our list of recommended steps to take before each use 1 If the harness has an impact indicator inspect it for breaks stretching or other signs of activation Remove the harness from service if it has ever been involved in a fall 2 Check all D Rings and other metal components for distortion cracks rough edges or other unusual wear or signs of deterioration Make sure there is freedom of movement and inspect attachment points for tears broken fibers etc 3 Check all webbing for cracks cuts broken fibers or other damage The easiest way to do this is to hold the webbing in both hands and bend and twist each section 4 Check all buckles

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  • Q&A: Why Do Fall Protection Systems As They Apply To Safety Harnesses Vary Greatly In The Cost of Materials?
    Fall Protection Consulting Fall Protection Equipment Inspection Fall Protection Installation Fall Protection System Certification On Site Fall Protection Survey Industries Applications Aviation Aircraft Hangars Bridges Infrastructure Construction Energy Historical Buildings Manufacturing Distribution Sports and Entertainment Steel Mills Transportation and Trucking Water Utilities On Site Fall Protection Survey Blog Privacy Policy Sitemap Home FAQs Why do fall protection systems as they apply to safety harnesses vary greatly in the cost of materials Browse By Topic Aviation Aircraft Hangars Bridges Infrastructure Construction Energy Steel Mills Transportation Trucking Water Utilities Other Why do fall protection systems as they apply to safety harnesses vary greatly in the cost of materials February 2 2016 11 48 am Question from Mike Category Fall Protection Systems Starting with harnesses a big driver of the cost of the equipment is ensuring comfort of the worker so the material used is very important For example if you wear a harness all day moving to lightweight aluminum hardware with a padded cushioned harness will result is less wear on the body resulting in more comfort Equally as important to comfort is safety Lanyards for a welder will be inherently more expensive due to the nature of a welder s job which involves sparks and fire and the cost of materials to ensure protection A welder should only be using a lanyard made of synthetic material or a steel cable with an embedded shock pack to ensure it is flame resistant Sparks and fire will cause damage to non fire resistant treated lanyards thus potentially causing failure Like harnesses all fall protection systems have varying degrees of cost The easiest and most straightforward explanation of this would be horizontal or vertical cable versus fixed tack lifelines From a material cost perspective cable lifelines are inherently much less expensive especially over very

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  • Q&A: During The Design Phase of a Fall Protection System, Why Is Worker Weight a Critical Component?
    Request A Quote Fall Protection Systems Anchor Points Fall Arrest Davit Arms Systems Horizontal Lifelines Fixed Track Rigid Track Lifelines Horizontal Cable Lifelines Swing Arms and Jib Arms Vertical Lifelines Fixed Track Rigid Track Lifelines Vertical Cable Lifelines Fall Restraint Systems Request a Quote Guardrails Skylights Installation Rentals Roof Hatches Rooftop Railings and Walkways Safety Railings Access Platforms Skylight Railings and Screens Request A Quote Safety Netting Debris Netting Hardware Installation Personnel and Fall Protection Netting Rentals Specialty and Industrial Netting Request a Quote Fall Protection Training Awareness Competent Person Equipment Inspection Request a Quote Services Installation Design and Engineering Fall Protection Consulting Fall Protection Equipment Inspection Fall Protection Installation Fall Protection System Certification On Site Fall Protection Survey Industries Applications Aviation Aircraft Hangars Bridges Infrastructure Construction Energy Historical Buildings Manufacturing Distribution Sports and Entertainment Steel Mills Transportation and Trucking Water Utilities On Site Fall Protection Survey Blog Privacy Policy Sitemap Home FAQs During the design phase of a fall protection system why is worker weight a critical component Browse By Topic Aviation Aircraft Hangars Bridges Infrastructure Construction Energy Steel Mills Transportation Trucking Water Utilities Other During the design phase of a fall protection system why is worker weight a critical component January 20 2016 10 22 am Question from Mason Category Fall Protection Systems Worker weight is important on both sides of the scale when designing a fall protection system because all equipment is designed and tested for both a minimum and a maximum weight All calculations are derived based on both from harnesses to the system itself Going outside the parameters of these weight limits can potentially cause serious injury Click here for an at a glance view of all questions or send our experts your own using the following form responses will be posted within three business

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  • Q&A: What Does Swing Fall Refer To?
    Fixed Track Rigid Track Lifelines Vertical Cable Lifelines Fall Restraint Systems Request a Quote Guardrails Skylights Installation Rentals Roof Hatches Rooftop Railings and Walkways Safety Railings Access Platforms Skylight Railings and Screens Request A Quote Safety Netting Debris Netting Hardware Installation Personnel and Fall Protection Netting Rentals Specialty and Industrial Netting Request a Quote Fall Protection Training Awareness Competent Person Equipment Inspection Request a Quote Services Installation Design and Engineering Fall Protection Consulting Fall Protection Equipment Inspection Fall Protection Installation Fall Protection System Certification On Site Fall Protection Survey Industries Applications Aviation Aircraft Hangars Bridges Infrastructure Construction Energy Historical Buildings Manufacturing Distribution Sports and Entertainment Steel Mills Transportation and Trucking Water Utilities On Site Fall Protection Survey Blog Privacy Policy Sitemap Home FAQs What does swing fall refer to Browse By Topic Aviation Aircraft Hangars Bridges Infrastructure Construction Energy Steel Mills Transportation Trucking Water Utilities Other What does swing fall refer to January 19 2016 11 03 am Question from Ed Category Fall Protection Systems Swing fall is the distance a worker will swing back to the center of the anchor point during a fall This distance is created when a worker moves away from the anchor point of a fall protection system In most cases when a worker falls he or she will swing past the anchor point and depending on the how far they have moved away from it or how great the swing distance is it might be enough to cause them to hit the surface below or adjacent to them One way to combat this problem is to design a fall protection system that includes the installation of a movable anchor point such as fixed track rigid rail This allows the anchor point to follow the worker and always be overhead eliminating swing distance and its

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  • Q&A: What is the difference between passive and active fall protection?
    Guardrails Skylights Installation Rentals Roof Hatches Rooftop Railings and Walkways Safety Railings Access Platforms Skylight Railings and Screens Request A Quote Safety Netting Debris Netting Hardware Installation Personnel and Fall Protection Netting Rentals Specialty and Industrial Netting Request a Quote Fall Protection Training Awareness Competent Person Equipment Inspection Request a Quote Services Installation Design and Engineering Fall Protection Consulting Fall Protection Equipment Inspection Fall Protection Installation Fall Protection System Certification On Site Fall Protection Survey Industries Applications Aviation Aircraft Hangars Bridges Infrastructure Construction Energy Historical Buildings Manufacturing Distribution Sports and Entertainment Steel Mills Transportation and Trucking Water Utilities On Site Fall Protection Survey Blog Privacy Policy Sitemap Home FAQs What is the difference between passive and active fall protection Browse By Topic Aviation Aircraft Hangars Bridges Infrastructure Construction Energy Steel Mills Transportation Trucking Water Utilities Other What is the difference between passive and active fall protection January 18 2016 10 22 am Question from Jason Category Guardrails Skylights Active fall protection requires special equipment participation and training on the part of the user i e if the worker needs a harness it is an active system It is generally used in a situation where a worker requires a fall arrest system to arrest or stop their fall Due to the nature of active fall protection there is a potential for injury during and after a fall in the form of suspension trauma and therefore a rescue plan is needed with every system of this type In contrast passive or collective fall protection requires no special equipment training or action on the part of a worker The system is in place to either prevent the fall from occurring in the first place such as with guardrails or other type of barrier system or to catch the worker in the event of

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