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  • Multiple Tie-Off Anchors - When More Is Merrier

    When we think of the relationship between a worker and an anchor in terms of ratios, we usually think 1:1; that is, one worker tied to a single, independent anchor. This is evidenced by the fact that the vast majority of our fall protection anchors are designed just for that: a single worker. But there are plenty of times when workers must perform their jobs in twos or threes, and the ability for ...

  • The Leading Edge Defined - Sort Of...

    Throughout the ages there have been eternal questions that have eluded answering, rather, the search for an answer itself becomes the answer. What is the sound of one hand clapping? How many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Roll Pop? How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood? The world has waited and waited for answers to these questions, but alas, l...

  • The Gist of Guardrails

    Sometimes it’s easy to get tied up in the technology of fall protection. I mean, who isn’t impressed with the current offerings of SRLs, lanyards, or harnesses for Fall Restraint or Fall Arrest solutions? There is no doubt that the combination of a full-body harness, anchor point, and connector is one of the most effective means of keeping you safe on the job. But as effective as those high-tech p...

  • What's Wrong With This Picture? (Q1)

    There’s a common saying that goes something like this: “the road to trouble is paved with good intentions.” And nothing could be truer when it comes to our example for this quarter’s What’s Wrong With This Picture. Read More ...

Guardian Fall Protection

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  • Multiple Tie-Off Anchors - When More Is Merrier

    When we think of the relationship between a worker and an anchor in terms of ratios, we usually think 1:1; that is, one worker tied to a single, independent anchor. This is evidenced by the fact that the vast majority of our fall protection anchors are designed just for that: a single worker. But there are plenty of times when workers must perform their jobs in twos or threes, and the ability for ...

  • The Leading Edge Defined - Sort Of...

    Throughout the ages there have been eternal questions that have eluded answering, rather, the search for an answer itself becomes the answer. What is the sound of one hand clapping? How many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Roll Pop? How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood? The world has waited and waited for answers to these questions, but alas, l...

  • The Gist of Guardrails

    Sometimes it’s easy to get tied up in the technology of fall protection. I mean, who isn’t impressed with the current offerings of SRLs, lanyards, or harnesses for Fall Restraint or Fall Arrest solutions? There is no doubt that the combination of a full-body harness, anchor point, and connector is one of the most effective means of keeping you safe on the job. But as effective as those high-tech p...

  • What's Wrong With This Picture? (Q1)

    There’s a common saying that goes something like this: “the road to trouble is paved with good intentions.” And nothing could be truer when it comes to our example for this quarter’s What’s Wrong With This Picture. Read More ...

Guardian Fall Protection

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Guardian Fall Protection

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Guardian Fall Protection

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  • Choosing The Right SRL For The Job - A Primer

    For the (especially first-time) SRL buyer, it might seem a little daunting to pick the “right” SRL for your specific needs. Like many things, there isn’t always a single solution that covers every possible situation. But that doesn’t mean that just any SRL is the right SRL. In the next few posts, we will explore SRLs in depth to help you better determine which features are suited for your specific...

Guardian Fall Protection

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Type: Blog Article

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New blog articles detected

  • Choosing The Right SRL For The Job - A Primer

    For the (especially first-time) SRL buyer, it might seem a little daunting to pick the “right” SRL for your specific needs. Like many things, there isn’t always a single solution that covers every possible situation. But that doesn’t mean that just any SRL is the right SRL. In the next few posts, we will explore SRLs in depth to help you better determine which features are suited for your specific...

Guardian Fall Protection

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  • Guardian Fall Protection Partners with Sphere 1 CO-OP

    Kent, WA - Guardian Fall Protection is continually seeking innovative ways of spreading safety knowledge and products throughout the workforce.To further this goal, Guardian is pleased to announce that we are making waves by partnering with Sphere 1 effective February 1, 2017. Read More ...

  • Understanding The New OSHA 1910 Regulations - Part II

    As promised, this week we return to the OSHA 1910 General Industry update. Last week we covered some of the major issues, and if you missed it, go back and have a read – there are some things you need to know. And now, without further delay, let’s continue to wade through the 1910 tome. Read More ...

  • Understanding The New OSHA 1910 Regulations - Part I

    As you’ve no doubt heard by now, OSHA has updated its 1910 General Industry regulations regarding walking-working surfaces and personal protective equipment, which will go into effect January 17, 2017. Since its release, we’ve been sifting through, picking out what we feel are the most impactful updates and what they mean to you. There are quite a few changes in the 513 (yes, I said 513!) page upd...

  • Now Available - The Hawk Harness!

     Introducing the Guardian Fall Protection Hawk Harness! Read More ...

  • The Humble Lanyard Keeper

    If there is an unsung hero of a fall protection harness, it has to be the lanyard keeper. The what? The lanyard keeper - that little loop of plastic (or snap strap), where the second leg of a dual-leg lanyard resides (or should reside) when it’s not in use. But even though it may be the unsung hero, it might also be the most overlooked and underused feature of a harness. As both a manufacturer of ...

  • What's Up With Work Positioning?

    When we think of working at height, we often imagine someone tethered to a lanyard or SRL walking across a roof, along the edge of an unfinished concrete floor, or maybe traversing a beam while a mobile anchor slides along quietly behind them. But there are many workers whose jobs have them literally locked in suspension to the structure they are working on, and who may remain in that position (de...

  • The Sternal D-Ring

    With the recent launch of our Seraph full-body and construction sternal D-ring harnesses, let’s answer the question that more than a few of you must be asking: What can I use a sternal D-ring for? Read More ...

  • Staying Healthy At Height

    As a full-line fall protection manufacturer, we put a lot of energy into making the most effective products for the worker-at-height. We want to make sure that you have the safest experience possible while performing your work. But although we try to control as many aspects of working at height as possible, one thing that is out of our control is the weather. Depending on where you work, you may e...

  • What's Wrong With This Picture? (Q4)

    It’s time again to ask that eternal question: what’s wrong with this picture?! We have an interesting one for you today, so we won’t worry about a lot of build-up. But one extra thing to keep in mind; in addition to asking if anything is wrong with our image, ask yourself one more thing: is what we’re seeing compliant with ANSI regulations? Is it even possible to say ‘yes’ to the former while also...

  • Now Available! Seraph Sternal D-Ring Harness

     Introducing the Guardian Fall Protection Seraph Sternal D-Ring Harness! Read More ...

  • SRL Inspections - Three Minutes That Could Save Your Life

    One of the most important rules any worker at height must follow is that equipment MUST be inspected prior to each use. Inspecting the integrity and function of your fall protection equipment before you put it into use gives you the opportunity to remove from service any gear that does not pass the manufacturer’s requirements and to avoid any equipment failure in the event of a fall. Read More ...

  • Now Available! Guardian Fall Protection Halo Harness

    Now Available!! The Guardian Fall Protection Premium Halo Harness. Read More ...

  • Now Available! Online Competent Person Training!

    Guardian Fall Protection is pleased to now offer Online Competent Person Training! Read More ...

  • Now Available! Straight Loop Insert

    Now Available! The Guardian Fall Protection Straight Loop Insert. Read More ...

  • Understanding Extended Free Fall Lanyards

    Ever wonder, “What’s the difference between a standard shock absorbing lanyard and the Big Boss Extended Free Fall lanyard?” Good question. By just looking at the pictures, or holding the lanyards in your hands, a first reaction might be, “Not much.” There’s some truth to that statement; both lanyards are 6’ long, and both have external shock absorbers that look remarkably similar. So, what is the...

  • Keeping Safe While Getting Dirty - Residential Anchors for the Homeowner

    Since it’s officially fall now, I’m sure you’ve already, or will soon have to, once again head to the roof of your house to do that most fashionable of all home-owning jobs: clean the gutters. Ah yes, the gutters, those repositories of all your neighbors’ trees leaves and needles that have decayed and coagulated into a sludge-like consistency, which you, yes you, dear factotum of the house, will e...

  • Introducing the New and Improved Diablo Web SRL!

    As part of Guardian Fall Protection's continual process of making the most effective fall protection products on the market, we are pleased to introduce the new and improved Diablo 6' Web SRL. Read More ...

  • Can OSHA Shut Down a Job Site Over a Lanyard? Part Two

    If you missed our previous post, (or need a refresher), we are taking a look at a commonly-heard story of an OSHA inspector coming to a job site, seeing a problem, and shutting the job site down. Last week we explained how the original complaint (a supposedly non-compliant lanyard) by the OSHA inspector was not valid, and this week, we will jump into the second part of the story; whether or not an...

  • Now Available! Guardian Fall Protection Trauma Strap

    Now Available! The Guardian Fall Protection Trauma Strap. Read More ...

Guardian Fall Protection

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Guardian Fall Protection

Category: Content
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  • Guardian Fall Protection Partners with Sphere 1 CO-OP

    Kent, WA - Guardian Fall Protection is continually seeking innovative ways of spreading safety knowledge and products throughout the workforce.To further this goal, Guardian is pleased to announce that we are making waves by partnering with Sphere 1 effective February 1, 2017. Read More ...

  • Understanding The New OSHA 1910 Regulations - Part II

    As promised, this week we return to the OSHA 1910 General Industry update. Last week we covered some of the major issues, and if you missed it, go back and have a read – there are some things you need to know. And now, without further delay, let’s continue to wade through the 1910 tome. Read More ...

  • Understanding The New OSHA 1910 Regulations - Part I

    As you’ve no doubt heard by now, OSHA has updated its 1910 General Industry regulations regarding walking-working surfaces and personal protective equipment, which will go into effect January 17, 2017. Since its release, we’ve been sifting through, picking out what we feel are the most impactful updates and what they mean to you. There are quite a few changes in the 513 (yes, I said 513!) page upd...

  • Now Available - The Hawk Harness!

     Introducing the Guardian Fall Protection Hawk Harness! Read More ...

  • The Humble Lanyard Keeper

    If there is an unsung hero of a fall protection harness, it has to be the lanyard keeper. The what? The lanyard keeper - that little loop of plastic (or snap strap), where the second leg of a dual-leg lanyard resides (or should reside) when it’s not in use. But even though it may be the unsung hero, it might also be the most overlooked and underused feature of a harness. As both a manufacturer of ...

  • What's Up With Work Positioning?

    When we think of working at height, we often imagine someone tethered to a lanyard or SRL walking across a roof, along the edge of an unfinished concrete floor, or maybe traversing a beam while a mobile anchor slides along quietly behind them. But there are many workers whose jobs have them literally locked in suspension to the structure they are working on, and who may remain in that position (de...

  • The Sternal D-Ring

    With the recent launch of our Seraph full-body and construction sternal D-ring harnesses, let’s answer the question that more than a few of you must be asking: What can I use a sternal D-ring for? Read More ...

  • Staying Healthy At Height

    As a full-line fall protection manufacturer, we put a lot of energy into making the most effective products for the worker-at-height. We want to make sure that you have the safest experience possible while performing your work. But although we try to control as many aspects of working at height as possible, one thing that is out of our control is the weather. Depending on where you work, you may e...

  • What's Wrong With This Picture? (Q4)

    It’s time again to ask that eternal question: what’s wrong with this picture?! We have an interesting one for you today, so we won’t worry about a lot of build-up. But one extra thing to keep in mind; in addition to asking if anything is wrong with our image, ask yourself one more thing: is what we’re seeing compliant with ANSI regulations? Is it even possible to say ‘yes’ to the former while also...

  • Now Available! Seraph Sternal D-Ring Harness

     Introducing the Guardian Fall Protection Seraph Sternal D-Ring Harness! Read More ...

  • SRL Inspections - Three Minutes That Could Save Your Life

    One of the most important rules any worker at height must follow is that equipment MUST be inspected prior to each use. Inspecting the integrity and function of your fall protection equipment before you put it into use gives you the opportunity to remove from service any gear that does not pass the manufacturer’s requirements and to avoid any equipment failure in the event of a fall. Read More ...

  • Now Available! Guardian Fall Protection Halo Harness

    Now Available!! The Guardian Fall Protection Premium Halo Harness. Read More ...

  • Now Available! Online Competent Person Training!

    Guardian Fall Protection is pleased to now offer Online Competent Person Training! Read More ...

  • Now Available! Straight Loop Insert

    Now Available! The Guardian Fall Protection Straight Loop Insert. Read More ...

  • Understanding Extended Free Fall Lanyards

    Ever wonder, “What’s the difference between a standard shock absorbing lanyard and the Big Boss Extended Free Fall lanyard?” Good question. By just looking at the pictures, or holding the lanyards in your hands, a first reaction might be, “Not much.” There’s some truth to that statement; both lanyards are 6’ long, and both have external shock absorbers that look remarkably similar. So, what is the...

  • Keeping Safe While Getting Dirty - Residential Anchors for the Homeowner

    Since it’s officially fall now, I’m sure you’ve already, or will soon have to, once again head to the roof of your house to do that most fashionable of all home-owning jobs: clean the gutters. Ah yes, the gutters, those repositories of all your neighbors’ trees leaves and needles that have decayed and coagulated into a sludge-like consistency, which you, yes you, dear factotum of the house, will e...

  • Introducing the New and Improved Diablo Web SRL!

    As part of Guardian Fall Protection's continual process of making the most effective fall protection products on the market, we are pleased to introduce the new and improved Diablo 6' Web SRL. Read More ...

  • Can OSHA Shut Down a Job Site Over a Lanyard? Part Two

    If you missed our previous post, (or need a refresher), we are taking a look at a commonly-heard story of an OSHA inspector coming to a job site, seeing a problem, and shutting the job site down. Last week we explained how the original complaint (a supposedly non-compliant lanyard) by the OSHA inspector was not valid, and this week, we will jump into the second part of the story; whether or not an...

  • Now Available! Guardian Fall Protection Trauma Strap

    Now Available! The Guardian Fall Protection Trauma Strap. Read More ...

Guardian Fall Protection

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Guardian Fall Protection

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Guardian Fall Protection

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Guardian Fall Protection

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Guardian Fall Protection

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Guardian Fall Protection

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