There are some working-at-height applications where environmental factors can affect the performance of PPE. In such circumstances, incorrect product selection could have catastrophic results.
Recent accidents from working-at-height activities highlight the need to re-enforce the basic principles that must be observed to ensure that the risks from falls are to be minimised through the correct design, installation, testing and recertification of working-at-height anchorage systems.
Capital Safety has added the DBI-SALA Rollgliss Rope-Mate Mechanical Prusik to its RollglissTechnical Rescue range.
The Ergodyne magnetic tray organisers are used to store small metallic parts and can be attached to any metallic structure close to the worker at any angle or height.
Capital Safety has launched the DBI-SALA Delta Comfort Harness range to its portfolio of fall protection equipment.
Capital Safety has launched a PROTECTA Rebel Personal Self Retracting Lifeline (SRL) range, an update of its Rebel Compact range that minimises fall clearance requirements when working at height.
The DBI-SALA range of Python Safety products has been developed to prevent dropped tools and equipment.
Working at height continues to represent a major safety management challenge for most workplace health and safety professionals; however, increasingly it is not just 'people falls' that are an issue.
A small team at SA Water set out to design a solution to enable safe boat access, as they couldn't find a suitable product in the market to address a recurring problem.
Capital Safety has released the DBI-SALA Nano-Lok Extended Length range of self-retracting lifelines (SRLs).
The ZT (zero trauma) safety harness is designed to provide freedom of movement, comfort and safety for people working from heights, including elevated work platforms.