Our team configured, designed, installed, and tested this custom rigid fall protection system for the rail road industry.
Overview of the Ranger Mobile Anchor; portable hitch mounted rigid fall protection system.
Overview of the Tether Track rigid fall protection systems: Ceiling, Bridge-XY, Fold Away, Monorail, Single Pole, and Swing Arm.
This rigid fall protection system was the ideal choice for this bus maintenance facility. The system features a dual track rigid design so workers can pass by each other while still connected to the lifelines.
All systems are designed by qualified engineers to meet the OSHA 1926 Subpart M construction standard, as well as the ANSI Z359 Fall Protection code.
With a bridge fall protection system workers can move in both X and Y directions providing complete worker freedom and safety.
The concept of this system is simple: Deploy it when you need it, and fold it back when you’re done, maintain worker safety without compromising production.
Overview of the 3M | DBI-SALA mobile counterweight Jib fall protection system.
Overview of the 3M | DBI-SALA rooftop counterweight anchor fall protection system.
How to setup, deploy, use, stow and tow the Ranger Mobile Fall Arrest System a portable road ready rigid fall protection system.
See how quick and easy it is to setup and install a temporary horizontal lifeline system.
Learn how to properly inspect and don a safety harness.
Learn how to use 3M | DBI-SALA Confined Space Davit Arm.
We installed this HLL system for tanker truck maintenance.
How to inspect a self retracting lifeline fall protection system.
How to inspect a safety lanyard.
Overview of a swing-arm rigid fall arrest system setup, configured and installed by Engineered Fall Protection (EFP).
Flexible Cable fixed ladder fall protection system instructions.
Detachable cable sleeve ladder system to prevent workers from falling while climbing ladders.
Instructions on how to use the 3M | DBI-SATA detachable cable sleeves.
Horizontal lifeline systems (HLL) are often in work areas lacking overhead anchor points available for personnel tie–off.
Engineered Fall Protection serves clients from coast to coast, Canada, Mexico and especially focused in the states of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Arkansas, Mississippi, Nebraska, Tennessee, Kentucky, Iowa, Oklahoma, Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama, and Florida.