Engineered Fall Protection Designs and Installs Fall Protection Equipment
Engineered Fall Protection (EFP) is your turnkey solution provider for active and passive fall protection systems. We specialize in various types of Rigid Fall Protection and Industrial Safety Solutions that make the workplace safer while reducing the risks and associated costs of worker injury. Our fall protection experts receive the most up-to-date training to ensure that they can recommend the most suitable fall protection equipment for your application. Let our safety products and fall protection solutions give your employees the level of protection they deserve, with safety equipment and supplies that are comfortable, stylish, and effective.
EFP Specializes in the following Fall Protection Equipment:
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Engineered Fall Protection's Advantages
EFP has nine full-time engineers on staff who are experienced in solving both complex and simple applications. With several experienced ironworkers and certified welders on staff, EFP can handle even the most complex installations.
EFP's certified technicians can inspect rigid fall protection systems, wire rope systems, harnesses, self-retracting lifelines, and lanyards.
As a master distributor for several of the top fall protection equipment providers, our sales engineers are able to find and select the best equipment for the job. Let us give your employees the level of safety protection they deserve with safety equipment and safety supplies that are comfortable, stylish, and effective.
Types of Fall Protection
With falls being the leading cause of injury in the workplace, fall protection equipment is crucial in order to keep workers safe, reduce liability, and keep productivity moving. However, between fall prevention, fall restraint, and fall arrest systems, knowing exactly which kind of protective equipment you need can be confusing. Fortunately, by remembering a few key differences, you will be well informed about their intended purpose to keep your workers as safe as possible.
Fall Prevention systems have one main goal: to prevent a fall before it happens. This kind of equipment includes physical barriers such as guardrails or covers over open areas, and is especially ideal for rooftop safety. This system is simple to use and does not require any changes to workers' routines; however, the materials and installation can be costly.
Fall Restraint systems have the same goal as fall prevention systems, but are different in that they use anchors or horizontal lifelines to clearly define a work area and prevent a worker from getting too close to an unprotected ledge. These systems require the worker to wear a body harness and lanyard that links to either an anchor point or horizontal lifeline. Fall restraint systems are ideal when workers do not necessarily have to work close to the leading edge, but are still exposed on an elevated surface.
Fall Arrest systems have their own respective intention: to halt a fall in progress. Falls are inevitable in certain industries, so this kind of equipment is designed to eliminate the hazard of fall damage. Similar to fall restraint systems, fall arrest systems require the worker to wear a body harness and lanyard and connect it to an anchor point or lifeline systems. The big difference, however, is that fall arrest systems are precisely engineered to recognize that a fall is happening and react to keep the worker suspended in the air, thus avoiding a detrimental collision with the surface below. Fall arrest systems may be required when workers need to work at or near the leading edge.