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  • PK Safety's New Harness Kit

    Jan 28th 2019

    PK Safety's New Harness Kit

    PK Safety has been working with French Creek Production and is excited to announce the result of that collaboration—a harness kit with the PK Safety logo on it. French Creek is a company that’s ded…

    Published by PKSafety Team

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  • Nov 6th 2015

    Anchorage Connectors for Confined Space Work

    Some say there are only two types of confined spaces: Those you've been in before, and those you haven't. And while things can certainly change even in spaces you've entered a thousand times, the n…

    Published by Administrator

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  • Feb 2nd 2015

    Which Are The Best Tower Climbing Harnesses?

    Your  harness is a pillar of your fall protection equipment. Picking the right one depends on the type of work you do, how often you do it, and what your budget can afford. Here are our pick…

    Published by Justin McCarter

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  • Nov 17th 2014

    Fall Protection Inspection Checklist

    Fall protection equipment needs to be regularly inspected by a Competent Person according the specifications set forth in the ANSI Z359 protection codes if you want your Z359-rated equipment to be…

    Published by Justin McCarter

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  • May 14th 2014

    I-Beam Anchorage for At-Height Workers

    Recently a construction company contacted us to ask about using a Miller Beam Anchor. They knew the anchor had the ability to provide anchorage for fall protection when used in a horizontal appl…

    Published by Justin McCarter

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  • May 7th 2014

    Keeping Your ANSI Z359 SRLs Compliant

    ANSI Z359.1 was published in 1992 and approved a scant 15 years later. Slowly grind the wheels of progress. And ANSI Z359 is progress in terms of worker safety, even if it is going to cost more mon…

    Published by Justin McCarter

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  • Nov 11th 2013

    The Best Fall Protection for Roofers

    While roof work in many parts of the country is slowing down or confined to winter repair projects, in California there are still roofing projects in full swing. Because I work for a safety company…

    Published by Justin McCarter

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  • Jul 29th 2013

    Less is More with the Miller AirCore Harness

    Working at height can be challenging enough without having safety equipment that binds and weighs you down. Many of our customers climb regularly, and the feedback we are getting about the Miller A…

    Published by Justin McCarter

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