Fall Protection Articles

  • Interstate Products Adds Quick Berms by Interstate

    Interstate Products Inc now provides JUSTRITE QuickBerm @ Interstate Justrite Berms may be purchased on line at unsurpassed savings. Interstate Products Inc Volume Discounts Save You Money. These berms provide long term spill containment for vehicles, heavy equipment, tankers, drums, IBC totes, tanks, drums, buckets and leaky equipment.  • Interstate Products Inc- Justrite Spill ...


    By Interstate Products Inc

  • Stabilization of a slope with a steep inclination due to the enlargement of a peripheral road - Case Study

    The challenge The enlargement of the road needs to dig the mountain that leads to the formation of very steep slopes. The terrain consists of Marl and unstable materials and because of its exposure to humidity, has endured frequent landslides. Slope with a steep inclination - Slope with a steep inclination and Landslide The ...


    By GeoGlobe Europe LTD

  • The Types of Medical Waste

    THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF MEDICAL WASTE - ALTHOUGH THERE ARE MANY DIFFERENT KINDS OF MEDICAL WASTE, THEY CAN LARGELY BE CATEGORISED INTO FOUR MAIN TYPES.When you work in any medical facility – be that a hospital, clinic, doctor’s surgery, laboratory or dental practice – you’ll know that waste cannot just be thrown away. There are strict requirements on the separation and safe disposal of ...


    By Inciner8 Limited

  • Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital: KeeGuard and KeeGate for Rooftop Fall Protection - Case Study

    Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital of New York-Presbyterian is a top pediatric hospital in New York City. A roof top safety system was required for the hospital to protect workers and meet important safety codes. Due to the volume of employees who work on the rooftop, a collective fall protection system was recommended. Working within the hospitals specific requirements, Kee Safety delivered ...


    By Kee Safety, Inc.

  • Innovative Application of Rooftop Railing - Case Study

    This particular application of KEEGUARD fall protection required creativity and ingenuity. There were many obstacles that made the installation of a straight run of guardrail unworkable. The railing had to go around air ducts, attach to some existing rail, and, in some cases, be mounted to the outer brick wall because of heating and cooling units ...


    By Kee Safety, Inc.

  • Yale University- New Haven Hospital - Case Study

    New Haven Hospital is made up of a series of buildings located on the campus of Yale University in New Haven, CT.  This project called for protection on 11 separate rooftops. Some of the buildings were originally built in 1900. Kee Safety performed a full rooftop safety assessment and engineered a fall protection system that included KeeGuard and KeeGuard Contractor for roof perimeter ...


    By Kee Safety, Inc.

  • OSHA Requirements Exceeded for HVAC Maintenance - Case Study

    The heating and cooling units pictured were installed very close the the roof edge. The business was putting their workers at risk when the equipment periodically needed maintenance and repair. OSHA Code required that guardrails be erected. This facility installed a guardrail system that is a non-penetrating, counterbalance system, that eliminated the need to drill into the roof membrane. The ...


    By Kee Safety, Inc.

  • Construction Site Guardrail - Case Study

    Problem: Construction sites often contain “unprotected sides and edges.” Solution: Construct a guardrail system to prevent employees from falling to lower levels. Kee Safety offers modular railing systems for simple installation in both aluminum and steel. OSHA Code 1926.501(b)(1) states that and unprotected side or edge which is 6 feet (1.8 m) or more ...


    By Kee Safety, Inc.

  • Portable Roof Edge Fall Protection - Case Study

    An Innovative Approach to Portable Safety Railing Systems KeeGuard® Contractor system is a free standing solution to roof edge fall protection that requires no hardware connections to the rooftop or working surface. KeeGuard® Contractor can be configured to meet all OSHA Standards for permanent railings, including OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926.502, 1910.23 & NOMMA Metal Rail manual ...


    By Kee Safety, Inc.

  • Straw Burning Power Plant - Case Study

    Straw Burning Power Plant ...


    By Civil Engineering Safety Ltd

  • The Impact of Filters in the Automotive Industry

    The use of filtration in the transportation industry is so significant that are devoting an entire conference to it. We hope to see you next week at the AFS Fall Conference: Filtration on the Move – Protection for the Automotive and Aerospace Industry. We will be digging deep into the many ways that filtration is improving the performance and ability ...

  • Advantages of edge deployment with thermo bond concrete buildings

    As companies start to distribute their computing to the edge, one of the most critical decisions they need to make is which type of building works best for their application. Edge computing requires solid, secure facilities and networks. Industry experts advise that edge computing equipment should be installed in structures that are built as robust as large data centers with the same concerns for ...


    By Thermo Bond Buildings, LLC

  • Construction site health and safety failures

    As what is largely agreed to be the world’s most dangerous industry, construction site Health and Safety failures constitute potentially severe harm to worker wellbeing, with the capacity to severely impact quality of life or – put bluntly – end it. Running contrary to this doom-laden approach though, improvements to the industry typically arise from assessing ...


    By SHEilds Ltd

  • Extension ladders - best practices

    What’s at Stake? Every year more than 18,000 workers are injured in falls from ladders. Many die. Would it surprise you to know that most victims fell from heights we would think of as “safe”? How to Protect Yourself? First, always choose the right material, strength and weight rating when using an extension ladder. For example, metal ...


    By SafetySmart

  • Don’t let your safety slip away

    What’s at Stake The banana peel has been a famous prop for slapstick comedy for decades, but there’s nothing funny about the number of injuries associated with slips, trips and falls. Slips, trip and falls consistently rank among the top causes of both disabling injuries and deaths in all types of workplaces, from construction sites, to manufacturing operations to warehouses to ...


    By SafetySmart

  • Know your Enemies - workplace hazards

    What’s at Stake If you and your buddies were facing a dangerous, deceptive enemy, you’d want to find out all you could about it and share any information you come up with. The fact is you do have such a treacherous enemy - the workplace hazard. What’s the Danger An unnoticed hazard can take your life in an instant, or cause you a lifetime of ...


    By SafetySmart

  • Commercial Pit Lighting recommendations, layouts and best practices

    Commercial Pit Lighting Recommendations, Layouts and Best Practices According to an article archived by Commercial Motor (published on May 25, 1973), inspection pits typically found in commercial repair garages are filled with dangerous hazards that could cause fatal accidents. The publication was one of the first organizations to acknowledge explosive hazards ...


    By Larson Electronics LLC

  • The Climb To The Top

    Back in the late 1980’s when market drivers created the cost-effective option of using above-ground circular tanks for industrial activated sludge processes, there were some early valuable lessons for both aeration equipment manufacturers and plant operators. As production plants got away from in-ground basins, one of the more simple innate operational checks became more challenging; ...


    By KLa Systems, Inc.

  • Seven safety tips for working in winter

    When discussing workplace hazards that can creep up during the winter months, driving in treacherous conditions is often the first thing people mention but there are several other winter hazards that supervisors need to address with their workers. Here are seven things to consider: Cold stress: workers are at risk for hypothermia and frostbite while working ...


    By SafetySmart

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