Work-at-height regulations, equipment, and capabilities are constantly evolving. Elevated Safety takes pride in being able to consult our clients on a number of topics to help keep you working efficiently and safely.
Rescue Plans and Procedures: Wherever you work-at-height, regulations call for the employer to provide for prompt rescue of the fallen worker. Let Elevated Safety help you solve this often difficult dilemma.
Training Programs: Training is one of the cornerstones of a properly managed fall protection program. A proper program outlines the frequencies and objectives that must be met in order to stay safe, efficient, and compliant when working at height.
Equipment Selection, Use, and Compatibility: Selecting equipment for work & rescue at height can feel like an overwhelming task. One must consider frequency, use, training, compatibility, and maintenance when purchasing equipment. Elevated Safety can work with you to select the most appropriate equipment setup for your unique situation.
Equipment Management Program: Documentation and maintenance of work at height equipment is essential. A company is morally and legally responsible to inspect and maintain its life-safety equipment at set intervals. Proper documentation also assists in budgeting, tracking, maintenance, and retirement schedules.
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