The question as to use an E4 or E6 system may soon become a thing of the past with new hybrid technology released from Honeywell’s Miller Line. Follow the link for more information: Honeywell’s Miller Hybrid Lanyard Reduce confusion and increase compliance on your work sites by staying abreast Continue reading
Fall arrest and travel restraint are two seemingly similar topics. Both of these concepts are discussed under the umbrella term of fall protection, but the words “arrest” and “restraint” have two very different implications when applied to fall protection systems. When a system provides fall arrest, it protects the worker Continue reading
Roger B. Mortimer, MD’s article “Risks and Management of Prolonged Suspension in an Alpine Harness”, in the journal Wilderness & Environmental Medicine, sheds light on the nature and dangers of prolonged suspension. While the study focused on recreational climbers and cavers in alpine environments, its findings are equally applicable to Continue reading
If you have any questions about what systems would work best on your site one of our experienced consultants can assist in setting up a fall protection and prevention system that works for you and your crews.
Class information $150 per participant The one day, OSSA approved, KG Safety Services Inc. Industrial / Commercial End-User program will educate participants on the use of fall protection equipment, as it relates to the work performed at height. Various fall protection options exist, this course will identify which options best Continue reading
Class Information $150 per participant This one day KG Safety Services Inc. program is designed to educate participants not only on the use of fall protection equipment, but also on proper use of ladders. Various options for fall protection exist and this course will help identify which option best meets Continue reading
Class Information $135 per participant This one-day KG Safety Services Inc. program is designed to educate participants on the use of fall protection equipment, as it relates to work performed at height. Various options for fall protection exist and this course will identify which options best meet workplace needs. It Continue reading
“You may hate gravity, but gravity doesn’t care.” – Clayton Christensen Experience shows that falls from height usually occur as a result of poor management control, rather than because of equipment failure. Common factors include: Failure to recognize a working from heights situation; Failure to assess elimination/engineer controls as the Continue reading