When a worker is exposed to a fall danger, an automatic safety net system must be in place. OSHA defines a fall hazard as a drop of 6 feet or more from a working/walking surface to a lower level or grade in the construction industry.
Fall-Pac has been protecting workers from heights since 2004 and has worked with many of the UK’s largest house builders and construction firms. Our expertise and unique testing facility allows us to continuously develop our range of fall arrest systems to ensure that they meet stringent health and safety requirements.constructionRead More
The transportation industry needs to follow best practices for fall protection.
Transportation fall protection on trucks, buses, and railcars is critical but increasingly neglected, as loading and unloading areas and maintenance facilities in the sector are prone to falls.transportRead More
We are a full service provider of aerospace fall and height protection systems with years of expertise in this wide-ranging market sector.
For expert advice on your fall arrest, fall restraint, and fall protection needs in the aerospace industry, contact us.aerospaceRead More
Many of the operations performed at ports/docks have the potential to result in a fall from height.
These operations may take place during routine activities, maintenance work, or unanticipated or unscheduled events. Working near water adds an extra danger when working in ports/docks, which means that a fall might result in drowning.port authoritiesRead More
When a cast, crew, or production member is required to work at height, you must conduct an thorough assessment of the danger and use fall and height protection measures.
When working at a height, setting up or taking down stages, lights and sound systems as well as all types of fall protection should be considered.film/stuntRead More
There are certain precautions that every utility professional and employer can implement to improve safety standards — starting with fall protection equipment.
OSHA updated their rules and regulations in 2014, impacting fall protection for the electrical utility industry and setting a goal of reducing additional workplace injuries and fatalities each year. According to the US Department of Labor, the most violated OSHA standards in 2018 included fall protection equipment and inadequate fall protection training.utilitiesRead More