Rigid Lifelines would like to honor Vanina Morrison from Montezuma, New Mexico, as the recipient of the 2015 Rigid Lifelines Fall Protection Scholarship Essay Scholarship. This $1,000 scholarship is awarded to a graduating high school senior who exhibits a thorough understanding of the chosen fall protection essay topic.
ANSI Z359 and ANSI A10 are two important standards in the fall protection industry. Should your organization follow ANSI Z359 or ANSI A10? Find out more about ANSI Z359 and ANSI A10 in this blog.
Today, employers are making great strides in developing their own fall-protection plans, but according to many experts, their rescue plans are inadequate. Learn how to make your rescue plan as good as it can be in this blog.
Have you ever wondered when to use aerial platforms over scaffolding or vice versa? Learn more about aerial work platforms and scaffolding in this blog.
Are fixed ladders with cages the best option to keep workers safer at height? Find out about the dangers of fixed ladders with cages in this blog.
For nearly 30 years, preventing falls through skylights and roof openings has been an important initiative. Learn more about preventing falls through skylights and roof openings in this blog post.
Safety begins with checking your equipment daily. Learn how to inspect your residential roofer's kit in this blog post.
Janice is the newest addition to our team here at Rigid Lifelines®. Read this blog to find out more about our newest Technical Sales Specialist.
Fall protection equipment must be reglarly checked to ensure that it functions properly. Learn how to inspect your rope grab assembly in this blog post.
Not only do leading and sharp edges present unique risks, but they also require special products. This post informs users about the dangers of working with leading and sharp edges.