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Video Learning Series: The LORGATE Loading Dock Safety Railing System

Regular Tech Talk Blog readers may have noticed a recent post announcing the launch of our new e-commerce website offering rooftop guardrail  and loading dock safety railing systems. The fall protection systems featured at www.portableguardrail.com are easy to install and simple to use, but don’t just take our word on this.  If eliminating fall hazards from your shipping and receiving area is a priority for your facility, check out our new LORGATE video below.

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Tip Over Versus Rigid Post Connections for Horizontal Lifeline Applications

Our latest video explains the two types of engineered connections used for horizontal lifeline applications:  tip over posts and rigid post anchors.  If you have ever wondered about the differences between these anchoring methods, how the posts are installed, or the pros and cons of each methodology, this video is for you.  To learn more, click the video link below.

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Fall Protection Basics: Differences Between Rigid and Lifeline Systems

If you have discovered a potential fall hazard in your facility, you may automatically assume that a lifeline system is the solution.  Although horizontal lifeline systems are ideal for many applications, there are situations where a rigid fall protection system is recommended.  Ready to learn more?  Click the video below to learn more about the differences between these two approaches to fall protection.

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Three Keys To An Effective Fall Protection Plan

If you manage or supervise employees working at heights, you know you need a fall protection plan, but what exactly constitutes an effective plan that will meet OSHA standards and keep your staff safe?  If you are more of a visual learner than a reader, our new video explaining the three components of an effective fall protection plan–solutions, rescue, and recertification–is for you.  To watch this informative video tutorial, click on the arrow in the image below:

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Did You Know?

It is the responsibility of the employer to provide and install the proper fall protection systems needed to protect and keep their workers safe?