Rigid Lifelines at ASSE’s Safety 2016
This year the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) will hold Safety 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia. With the fastest growing Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) exposition in the country, Safety 2016 features over 600 exhibitors with the latest products and services. With over 400 peers to make new connections, Safety 2016 offers multiple training sessions with many speakers to look forward to. This year’s event will bring people from over forty countries. Safety 2016 is a huge event you don’t want to miss.
This year the show will run from June 26-28 at the Georgia World Congress Center. With exhibitors bringing their expertise and insight for everyone to learn from, there will be many hands-on demonstrations to allow you to see the products in motion.
This year Rigid Lifelines® will be showcasing our recently updated 20-foot by 30-foot island booth at booth number 1619. Our new booth will feature 3D models of some of our most popular systems and a functioning Traveling Bridge Anchor Track™ System. Whether you are looking for a new system or looking to upgrade a current system, we will be showcasing our Defy™ Self-Retracting Lanyards (SRL), Anchor Track, and Evolve™ Full-body Harnesses. Our staple product is our virtually maintenance-free rigid rail Anchor Track that is sold separately and comes standard with our Anchor Trolley™ technology. This technology offers effortless movement, increases self-rescue ability, eliminates post-fall drift, and decreases impact forces with zero deflection. The zero-deflection of our rigid Anchor Track Systems means that our fall distances and declaration forces are a fraction of those experienced by users of overhead cable systems. The Defy Self-Retracting Lanyards use either polyester webbing or galvanized steel. The Defy SRL is housed in a light, durable casing and is great for overhead fall arrest and for anyone working at height. And finally, our Evolve Full-Body Harness is made of high tenacity polyester webbing that is comfortable and heavy duty.
This year’s exhibitors will be displaying the latest products and services in its industry. Enjoy learning about new products and meeting people just like you in this industry. To learn more about Safety 2016, please visit http://safety.asse.org/#info.
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