Tractel - Model A432 - Phoenix Safety Harness
Phoenix harness, quick-connect legs, single sliding D-ring, OS. Specially designed to be as lightweight as possible, the Phoenix harness is recommended for your compliance, restraint and fall arrest applications.
Make 2021 the Year of Indoor Fall Safety at Your Facility
With so many ups and downs, the disruptions of 2020 have left many operations and their employees unfocused and out of the familiar flow of a structured routine. Too often, this leads to a lack of ...
Do an Internal OSHA Fall Protection Inspection Before They Do: Your 6-Step Guide to Success
Few things are more alarming to a safety manager than receiving news of an unexpected OSHA audit. With little time to prepare for an unannounced visit, you are left to face OSHA inspectors without ...
Leverage the COVID-19 Shutdown to Review and Improve Indoor Fall Protection
If your facility is one of the thousands across the country shut down by the COVID-19 pandemic, you’re probably ticking the minutes away, counting dollars lost, and considering ways to remain ...
Risky Business: OSHA Fall Protection for the Oil & Gas Industry
The oil and gas industry is critical to the economy, and like many industries, it has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. But despite the slump, the safety of employees working on oil rigs and ...
September OSHA National Safety Stand-Down Highlights Preventing Falls In Construction. In Case You Missed It
The 7th Annual Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls was September 14-18, 2020. Like so many events this year, it was postponed from its original date due to the spread of COVID-19. Even with ...
Identifying Fall Hazards in Your Distribution Center: How Fall Protection can Help
Your distribution center, like all warehouse-type facilities, is full of potential fall hazards. As the facility manager, it’s up to you to identify and correct these fall hazards to ensure ...
OSHA Issues a Correction to Walking-Working Surfaces: What this Means for Harnesses, Ladders, Industrial Gates and More
To ensure the safety for workers around the country, OSHA is always looking for ways to improve and clarify safety regulations in response to new information, questions, methodology, and technology. ...
Creating a Culture of Safety in Steel Manufacturing
From heavy equipment to dust, gas, liquid metal, noise, heat, chemicals, and working at heights, steel manufacturing employees face a variety of health and safety risks every day. While a ...
How to Inspect and Adjust Your Safety Harness
Providing proper fall protection is the responsibility of any industrial, manufacturing, or construction company’s owner or safety manager. Having fall protection equipment, like a safety ...