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 Fall Protection, Prevention Devices

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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.

The Miller Edge Fall Protection system is designed to protect decking crews from fall hazards.

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