All Safety Products, Inc. provides a range of Miller Fall Protection products* that includes web lanyards, SofStop shock absorbers, retractable lanyards, lanyards with carabiner, cross-arm strap harnesses, Titan T-Bak, Titan Tie Back Lanyard, shock absorbers, anchorage connectors, Backbiter and Black Rhino self-retracting lifelines, fall limiters, shock absorbing lanyards, rope grabs, personal fall limiters, Ready-Roofer fall protection system, quick connect strap buckles, rebar chain assembly, galvanized wire, Duraflex ultra harness, full body harnesses, and many more items. Please check out our selection of products to locate the type of products you need.
*To ensure you are meeting OSHA requirements and other applicable safety standards and practices, it is best to hire a professional safety consultant (www.aiha.org) or call your local OSHA area office or your state OSHA Consultation Services for their interpretation of your situation.
Safety Harness – All Safety Products Blog
- Safety Harness – Wear it or Die!
Safety Harness – Wear It Or Die! Accidental falls account for eight percent of all workplace deaths and one-third of all construction industry fatalities – despite the fact that safety harnesses are an integral part of any workplace fall prevention plan. Ensure that your company has an up-to-date fall prevention plan, particularly in environments where … Continue reading »
- Inspecting and Maintaining Safety Harnesses,Lanyards,
Source: OSHA website http://www.osha.gov/Region7/fallprotection/fall_protection_info.html Inspection and Maintenance To maintain their service life and high performance, all belts and harnesses should be inspected frequently. Visual inspection before each use should become routine, and also a routine inspection by a competent person. If any of the conditions listed below are found the equipment should be replaced before … Continue reading »
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