Working at height equipment hire is available at Professional Safety Services (UK) Ltd through our hire department. We offer a wide range of equipment suitable for working at height safely. Because of this we are able to offer short term solutions to temporary equipment gap you may have.
The gear or tackle, other than a yoke, with which a draft animal pulls a vehicle or implement. Something resembling such gear or tackle, as the arrangement of straps used to hold a parachute to the body. A device that raises and lowers the warp threads on a loom.
Shock absorbing lanyards are a specific type of safety lanyard used in conjunction with safety harnesses as a part of a fall protection system. Generally, shock absorbing lanyards are used when working at a height of more than six feet above the ground. The unique feature of a shock absorbing lanyard is that it has a built-in woven inner core that expands during the fall to ensure that the fall arrest force is significantly reduced.
A bosun’s chair is a device used to suspend a person from a rope to perform work aloft. … In addition to the maritime applications they were developed for are also used for working at height in various maintenance industries.
Horizontal Lifeline Systems, also known as HLL systems, are utilized in many of the fall arrest and fall restraint systems. Hence they are common fall protection solutions in work areas that lack existing anchor points for personnel tie–off. In simplest form, the horizontal lifeline consists of a cable attached to two or more anchor points on a roof-top, crane runway, bridge or outdoor construction site, or any other elevated work area that poses a fall risk to personnel.
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