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Preventing Falls In The Workplace

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Rigging training

Safety at work should be a top priority for every company. Slowly but surely, it is becoming just that. Where once employees were told to stay safe in quick training sessions, now many companies with hazardous environments are taking fall protection extremely seriously. There are many different types of falls that the right kind of equipment and fall protection training can prevent. There are classic slip and fall incidents, and also falls from great heights — in which case equipment like slings becomes particularly valuable. But equipment and fall protection training on their own are not enough — people need to be trained in the most efficient, pro

Safety Tips for Construction Sites

Written by admin on . Posted in Lifting equipment, Phoenix wire rope, Rooftop fall protection

Wire rope cable

In 2001, there were 481,400 non-fatal injuries related to construction jobs.

In order to avoid accidents, it’s important to train workers in hazard recognition and the safe use of ladders, scaffolds, fall protection systems, and other equipment. Hard hats and steel toe boots are a basic necessity for safety during any construction job, but there are also other useful pieces of equipment workers can use to make the job safer and easier.

Improper handling of materials is one of the most common causes of injuries on construction sites. Web slings aid in moving materials, safely and effectively, with their 300,000 pound capacity (roughly