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Navigating the Risks of Fixed Ladders

Friday, February 23, 2024
Fixed ladders are commonly used in various industries such as construction, maintenance, and warehousing. Despite its effectiveness in reaching high areas, it can pose significant dangers to users, especially during transitions. Transitioning refers to the act of moving from one level or location ... Read More

Safety is Timeless

Friday, February 16, 2024
Protection Today for Tomorrow's Challenges Safety is a crucial aspect of any project, whether it be construction, manufacturing, or any other industry. It ensures the well-being and protection of both workers and the public. However, safety solutions are often developed only after an incident ... Read More

The Importance of Industry-Specific Safety Standards

Friday, February 9, 2024
Each industry has a unique set of safety risks which aren’t covered under general safety codes and regulations. To ensure safety and prevent accidents, it’s necessary to understand the specific safety requirements of each industry. Understanding Industry-Specific Safety Standards: Und... Read More

OSHA Anchor Point Requirements

Wednesday, December 20, 2023
Fixed Anchors for Building Safety: Ensuring Compliance with OSHA Standards As the use of fixed anchors on top of buildings becomes increasingly common, it is important to prioritize safety and compliance with OSHA regulations during safe work practices. According to the Occupational Safety and Hea... Read More

A Complete Safety Access Solution for Your Worksite

Wednesday, November 8, 2023
In today's modern society, everyone is aware of the importance of safety. The same holds true for any workspace, be it an industrial facility, a maintenance workshop, or a construction site. According to recent surveys, falls are one of the most significant causes of workplace fatalities. As an empl... Read More

Fixed Ladder Inspections: Are you in Compliance?

Friday, September 22, 2023
OSHA regulation 1910.28 requires all fixed ladders to be inspected at least once a year, and upon installation or repair. Fixed ladder inspections are critical to maintaining a safe and compliant workplace. These inspections include checking for damaged or missing rungs, corrosion, or water damage,... Read More

Safety Concerns for Fixed Vertical Ladders

Friday, September 1, 2023
Schedule an Onsite Inspection with S3 Technicians Falls are the number one cause of fatalities at work.   There are more than 300 ladder-related deaths and over 130,000 emergency room visits related to ladders each year, as well as 2,000 ladder-related injuries every day.1 Given the stat... Read More