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Understanding the Benefits of ANSI Z359.15

The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) is always striving to improve their comprehensive safety standards and requirements; that’s why their new standard—ANSI Z359.15—is so important to companies that use single anchor lifelines and fall arresters on a daily basis. Learn about the benefits of ANSI Z359.15 in this blog.
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How to Inspect Your Shock Absorbing Lanyard

Shock absorbing lanyards are one of the two most commonly used deceleration devices that are used for fall arrest purposes within the fall protection industry. Because of how a shock absorbing lanyard is used for fall arrest, it is extremely important that shock absorbing lanyards are thoroughly inspected before each use and after any fall event. This blog will help you follow the various steps of inspection to make sure that you are reducing the risk of potential injury to yourself or other people who are using fall protection in the workplace.
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Reducing the Resistance

Do you have employees who work at height, but don’t want to wear fall protection? Are you trying to generate more enthusiasm for safety at height in the workplace? Check out our blog to find fall protection training techniques for different ways that you can inspire an enhanced culture of safety in your workplace.
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Picking an Appropriate Anchorage Point

Sometimes legal language can make it difficult to understand the main message in documents. And when that legal document is about safety, things can rapidly get more complicated. The Fall Protection Code (ANSI Z359) provides a lot of important information about safety and providing fall protection for people who need to work at height. But sometimes it’s nice to have those rules broken down into friendlier language. This week, we’re going to use everyday language to identify the rules for finding a reliable anchorage point for fall protection systems.
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