Equipment Type

 Fall Protection, Prevention Devices

products

Honeywell Miller Rigid Rail Fall Arrest Systems are designed to provide workers with mobility and fall protection while working at heights on or above vehicles or elevated machinery.

Miller Fall Protection Revolution Harnesses are designed for all-day comfort, the company says.

Using lighter-weight hardware and built-in padding for a lighter and more comfortable wear, Protecta has redesigned the Pro harness product line.

Used like a tie-off fall protection lanyard for high-rise workers, DBI-SALA’s new inertia-activated, self-retracting, 100-percent Tie-Off Talon allows the lines to extend and retract as needed while limiting the fall distances and reducing the maximum arresting forces.

The new i-Safe Intelligent Safety System combines Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)-equipped fall-protection equipment with web-based information, allowing companies to track equipment assignments, and to download equipment user-manuals and inspection criteria.

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