If you need to protect your workers as they load and unload flatbed trucks or perform other important tasks at height, there are fall protection solutions to keep workers safer in the trucking industry.
Safety has come a long way since the advent of early fall protection. Learn about the history of fall protection and the revolutionary changes it's undergone over the years.
Have you ever heard the idea that as human beings we only use ten percent of our brain? Well, experts suspect that this is true for safety as well.
Behavior-based safety, which is designed to apply the science of behavioral change to safety, has been a large part of Environmental Health and Safety since the early 1980’s.
Rigid Lifelines® overhead Anchor Track™ fall protection systems protect your workers from injury due to falls by utilizing our unique enclosed track, requiring no maintenance and superior performance indoors or outdoors, regardless of weather or working conditions. Find out more!
We have made some improvements to our Rigid Lifelines® Swing Arm Anchor Track systems design and added another mounting option that provides for additional flexibility and functionality.
Can you use a C-clamp as an anchorage on a fall protection travel restraint system?
Falls from heights are one of the leading causes of injury and death for workers in the aviation industry. Over the years, OSHA and ANSI have developed industry-wide fall protection requirements for the aviation industry.
Did you know? Our West Coast manufacturing facility is located in Las Vegas, Nevada and features state-of-the-art equipment and premier production and shipping capabilities.
When FLSmidth needed a fall protection system for employees in their Illinois based Cone Crusher Manufacturing Division, a Freestanding Swing Arm system was the solution.