Protection against falling tools and objects

We are the number one in Romania in the implementation of collective and individual solutions for working at height with an experience of over 20 years.

tool protection

Why tether tools and equipment at height

• Dropped tools and objects are the second highest cause of workplace fatalities
• On average 16 people a year are killed by drops
• The majority of the victims are co-workers working at a lower level, or ground level
• Over 714,000 man hours lost last year due to injuries caused by dropped tools and objects

tool lanyards

How to tether tools

There is a 3 step process to correct tool tethering:

  • 1. The first step in the tethering process is to create Tether Point (this is a load rated point on the tool that allows you to connect your lanyard to the tool)
  • 2. Choose a Lanyard. There are four main types of lanyard, coil, bungee, fixed webbing and retractable – the task and environment will determine which type is best.
  • 3. Select an Anchor Point – this is where you attach the other end of the lanyard. Wristbands, work belts, harnesses and fixed objects are all examples of anchor points.

Accidents do happen

Tools and objects protected by hollow fall

Ensure your tool tethering equipment is compliant

• All tool lanyards should be CE marked.
• All tool tethering equipment should have a serial number to ensure that they are trackable and can be properly investigated in the event of any failure.
• All tool tethering equipment should have a visible SWL (safe working load or max load rating).
• All tool tethering equipment should be third party load rated (internal testing is not adequate). Ask for the certificate of testing if in doubt.

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