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Falls are among the most common causes of serious work related injuries and deaths.

By understanding basic fall protection principals, you can greatly reduce your risk of a fall.

In this video, we talk about the hierarchy of Fall Protection; how to reduce the risk from falls; Regulations and Standards; the components of a fall protection system, plus rescue and training requirements.



  • The Parapet Wall Anchor from FallTech

    December 16, 2015

    The Parapet Wall Anchor offers a standard D-Ring connection for attaching wide variety of Personal Fall Arrest Systems

  • The Window/Door Jamb Anchor from FallTech

    December 16, 2015

    The Window/Door Jamb Anchor consists of a Fall Arrest Anchorage D-ring mounted to a Lightweight aluminum body with Protective foot pads and a Stainless steel Adjustment Clamp This Anchor Installs on in window and door openings from 21” to 51” wide, and offers standard D-Ring connection for attaching wide variety of Personal Fall Arrest Systems.

  • Calculating Clearfall for your 6' Shock Absorbing Lanyard (SAL)

    November 10, 2015

    When choosing a lanyard or SRD, it is important to consider your application and calculate the distance of clear fall needed in order for the fall arrest system to activate and keep the worker from making contact with the lower level.

  • Calculating Clearfall for your Self-Retracting Device (SRD)

    November 10, 2015

    Clear Fall distance calculations differ depending on the type of connector you plan to use. With a Self-retracting Device (SRD) it is important to know which “class” it is.

  • Calculating Clearfall for your 12' FreeFall Lanyard
    (foot-level tie-off)

    November 10, 2015

    With a 12 foot “Extended Freefall” Shock Absorbing Lanyard, typical clearfall calculations when connected at foot-level tie-off take several things into account

  • Calculating Clearfall for Your Vertical Lifeline (VLL)

    November 10, 2015

    When using a vertical lifeline system, it is important to consider your application and calculate the distance of clear fall needed in order for the fall arrest system to activate and keep a worker from making contact with the lower level.

  • Fall Protection Basics - The ABC's of Fall Protection

    Sept 9, 2015

    An introduction to the basics of Fall Protection - Fall Protection requirements, Identifying fall hazards, standards, and choosing the right equipment, as well as how to calculate clear fall, and training requirements.

  • DuraTech 6' & 10' Compact Web SRDs

    Aug 10, 2015

    The quick stopping power of FallTech's DuraTech 6' & 10' Compact Web Self retracting devices provides protection for lower clearances, and the resulting shorter fall distance reduces arrest forces compared to traditional lanyards.

  • How To Inspect and Don a Full Body Harness

    Aug 21, 2014

    This video shows you how to inspect and don your Full Body Harness. OSHA requires that every piece of Fall Protection Equipment is inspected by the worker prior to use, and once a year by a competent inspector.

  • How to Inspect your Self-Retracting Device

    Aug 21, 2014

    OSHA requires that every piece of Fall Protection Equipment is inspected by the worker prior to use, and once a year by a competent inspector. This video shows you how to inspect cable and web Self Retracting Devices

  • How to Inspect your Fall Protection Lanyard

    Aug 21, 2014

    OSHA requires that every piece of Fall Protection Equipment is inspected by the worker prior to use, and once a year by a competent inspector. This video shows you how to inspect different types of Lanyards - web lanyards, and rope lanyards.

  • Chain Roof Anchor

    June 17 2015

    The FallTech Chain Roof Anchor is a highly portable and reusable anchor for use on residential and commercial wood roof structures. The anchors O-ring serves as the attachment point for either a PFAS or an HLL System.