Fall Protection Systems : Equipment, Lifelines, Harnesses & More
Fall Protection Pros.com is the ultimate online destination for fall arrest systems, safety gear and equipment for working high. Whether for commercial or residential roofing, bridge construction or steel erection, our wide selection of everything from harnesses and retractables to roof anchors and lifelines will be sure suit your specific needs.
Fall Protection Solutions for Every Situation
We may not take ourselves too seriously, but when it comes to fall protection, we're all business. With many years in the fall protection industry, we have the experience and the expertise to provide you with the ideal solution for any situation. We guarantee our products 100% and that includes a prompt delivery. Our impressive inventory of products has got all your fall protection needs covered. We carry products from an extensive list of manufacturers to accommodate your needs and budget. If we don’t have it, we’ll order for you!
Personalized Service for Any Fall Protection Project
Our qualified team of experts will work directly with you to provide personalized service and reliable research in order to cater to your specific needs. Our easy-to-use website offers fair pricing, practical information, and prompt delivery. Simply put, we have everything you need to work high and have a great time doing it!
The Most Trusted Brand Names in Fall Protection Gear
We carry all the most trusted brands in the industry such as:
- Miller by Honeywell
- Guardian Fall Protection
- French Creek Production
- MSA Safety
- Super Anchor
- Safe Approach Inc.
We also carry the equipment used by the pros, including:
- The DBI-SALA Delta II Universal Harness is one of the most popular harnesses on the market. This new design boasts a set of patented designs such as a No-Tangle design that makes putting it on a breeze and spring-loaded D-ring design that automatically stands-up ensuring fast, easy and safe connections to your fall arrest system.
- Guardian CB-18 Concrete Anchor (Pass Thru Top) – The pre-installed Pass-Thru Top that’s part of this anchor is ideal for creating horizontal lifeline systems in concrete applications. The potential lifeline system you can create with this anchor is a staggering 120-feet.
- Miller Falcon Cable Retractable - The high impact-resistant nylon is built to withstand the toughest applications and the non-corrosive components make it extremely durable. This retractable is also built with dual swivels to restrict the lifeline from twisting during use. This retractable in varying length from 16 ft. to 65 ft.
Fall Protection Is Our Expertise
From our extensive list of products to the expert sales team to our relentless pursuit of whatever it is you need, we live and breathe fall protection and it shows. If someone makes it, we can get it, and you can bet there’s a 100% satisfaction guarantee attached. Let us find the equipment, so you can have peace of mind and focus on the task at hand.
What to know about choosing the right Fall Protection Gear
Working at great heights comes with great responsibility - that’s why it’s critical to have the proper fall protection gear to keep you and your employees from falling and suffering a serious injury. Now, I know some of you think you’re invincible but guess what, you’re not. Falls are among the most common causes of serious work-related injuries and deaths, which means not using fall protection gear is not only dangerous, it’s pretty stupid too.
The OHSA has cited that accidental falls are the leading cause of death in construction and even though this stat is alarming, what’s more alarming is how many of these accidents can be prevented. Here are some important tips and things to remember when it comes to helping you stay safe the next time you’re working at great heights.
Important Tips to Reduce Accidental Falls
As an employer, it is your job to plan ahead for every job by setting up the workspace to prevent your employees from falling off of overhead platforms, elevated work stations, onto dangerous equipment, or into holes in the walls or floor. You must also decide how the job will get done, all the tasks that will be involved, and what safety equipment will be needed. Here is a key rule to remember - When workers are six feet above the lower level, they are at risk for serious injury or death and the employer is required to provide fall protection and other safety equipment. We can’t stress enough to include all the safety equipment that’s necessary - remember, no one is invincible, especially when you don’t account for the right equipment.
- Provide working conditions that are free of known dangers
- Keep floors in work areas in a clean and a dry condition
- Select and provide required personal protective equipment at no cost to workers
- Train workers about job hazards in a language that they can understand
This is one of the best questions you can ask yourself. Knowing all the details about the job at hand and the proper fall protection equipment needed is always priority number one for the safety of you and your employees. You need to include the right kind of ladders, scaffolds, vertical lifeline ropes, shock absorbing lanyards, construction safety harnesses, and more. For example, for roof work, workers will need to use personal fall arrest systems (PFAS), which means a harness and other safety equipment such as lifeline ropes, roof anchors, guardrails, or toe-boards to prevent injury. Other means of fall protection may include safety nets, stair railings, and handrails.
You know how you don’t tell someone to run around with scissors because it’s guaranteed not to end well? Well, it’s similar to giving fall protection equipment without training an employee how to use it. You NEED to make sure every employee can properly set-up and use the equipment safely for every job. Don’t let them be the hero and if they give you a hard time, just tell them to think back what their Mom always told them, “better safe than sorry.”
To help you and your employees learn how to properly use fall protection equipment and recognize other dangerous hazards on the job, you can refer them to educational materials and resources page for posters, fact sheets, and other training materials.
When you call yourself “Pros” you better know what you're talking about and lucky for you, the team at Fall Protection Pros has all the answers. If you’re not sure which equipment is needed for your job or need help learning how to put on a harness and not look like you jumped feet first into a hammock, we got you covered.
We carry all the top brands when it comes to the best Fall Protection equipment out there today. We’ll also recommend the best equipment needed for you and help you get what you need fast and safe! For any other questions, tips, recommendations, or to tell you to your face it’s idiotic not to use Fall Protection gear when you're working on a roof, we have someone who can help.