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Fall Arrest Kits

The fall arrest kits protect the workers from injuries and accidents that may occur due to falls from high platforms. Kits include a body harness, an anchor, and a connector. The connector may be a self-retracting lanyard (SRL) or a shock-absorbing fall arrest. The fall arrest kits provide the workers with high freedom and mobility that prevents falling to lower levels while increasing their productivity. Basic kits are designed to support workers and tools weighing up to 310 pounds.

Fall Protection Equipment

The fall arrest kits protect the workers from injuries and accidents that may occur due to falls from high platforms. Kits include a body harness, an anchor, and a connector. The connector may be a self-retracting lanyard (SRL) or a shock-absorbing fall arrest. The fall arrest kits provide the workers with high freedom and mobility that prevents falling to lower levels while increasing their productivity. Basic kits are designed to support workers and tools weighing up to 310 pounds.

Full harness belts wrap around the waist, shoulders and legs. In the occurrence of a fall, a full body harness delivers the force of the impact throughout the trunk of the frame, not just in the abdominal area. This allows the pelvis and shoulders to help assimilate the shock, reducing the effect to the abdominal area. 

Employees' Safety is the Top Priority

Employees going up in height must have fall protection without any exceptions. Whether it's fall arrest systems, railings, or any other means of prevention from harm is required in order to continue with the construction. These kits provide cost-effective and reliable solutions for reducing injuries that may arise while working in elevated environments. All fall arrest kits are OSHA-compliant and can be customized to meet every application and budget. All fall rescue strategies should be as safe as attainable and take as little time as possible to be a fallen worker to security.

When a fall arises, any number of factors can form challenges to the effective rescue of the victim. All rescue plans should be regularly evaluated to ensure the methods are manageable and realistic in their time estimates. Employers should act in their own best interests by implementing the safest and fastest rescue arrangement and by practicing procedures to maximize planning for a real emergency.