The subject of washing safety harnesses comes up from time to time by our sweatiest visitors. Can you wash your harness? Well can you?
In most cases, over-wrapping is a bad thing. Christmas presents, Mummies, Eminem… whoops, wrong rapping. However, in the case of cross arm straps, over-wrapping can be a good thing. Learn how.
A couple of months ago we talked about how a vertical lifeline works, but we really didn't address one of the most important components of these systems. The Rope Grab.
As I'm sure you're aware. It is important to inspect all of your equipment before each use. Hey, it's your life. So one of the things commonly asked from us is how do you properly inspect your retractable.
Yesterday was Panic Day. If there was ever a day of the year to panic it was yesterday. If you feel the need to panic today... Tough, wait until next year. In the world of fall protection, panic may be looming right around the corner, especially if you're unprepared. So here are a couple of tips to dilute your panic and make sure you're ready for anything.
Hunting for the perfect retractable can be tricky. However, there are three things you'll want to pay special attention to. What are the three components of a self retracting lifeline you should be looking at? Read on silly...
So you need to buy a fall protection harness? But you don't know what the hell you're looking for. Let us help. In this brief article, you'll discover the basics and know what to look for when you buy your first safety harness.
Well, on evaluate your life day (today), we thought it would be a good idea to teach you how to make a salami sandwich and inspect your lanyards before use. After much soul-searching we decided to drop the lanyard portion of this training... I mean the salami sandwich portion. We dropped the salami sandwich part. Now, let's learn the basics of inspecting a fall protection lanyard. Shall we?
One of the most important parts of putting on a harness every day, besides actually wearing it, is inspecting it. (Actually demanded by OSHA) Wearing a damaged or worn out harness can be just as dangerous as going without a harness. Today we'll be teaching you some basic techniques for inspecting your harness.
Ah, the old fall clearance calculation. I'll be honest with you, this has always been a pain in the ass for me. It always seemed confusing to me. I don' t know why. And if it confused me, there are probably a couple of you out there that are confused by this as well. So, let's learn how to calculate fall clearance.