Fall Protection Design and Fall Protection Engineering
Fall Protection Design and Fall Protection Engineering: As OSHA stipulates, “Horizontal lifelines shall be designed, installed and used under the supervision of a Qualified Person”. NSS defines a Qualified Person as a Professional Engineer licensed in the state in which we are doing business.
To provide a safe working environment, our experienced engineers will design a fall protection system that meets the customer’s requirements, taking into consideration the existing facility’s current environment. This system design will include, but are not limited to:
Fall Protection Design and Fall Protection Engineering specifications
- OSHA/ANSI/Manufacturer’s regulations and requirements.
- Type of fall protection (cable-based, rigid rail, single point anchor, guardrail, etc).
- Obstructions (electrical/air/water lines, heat ducts, material handling systems, etc).
- ‘Total Fall Distance’ clearance requirements.
- User friendliness.
- Production schedules for installation purposes.
- Use of overhead bridge cranes, if applicable.
Northland Safety Solutions has a reputation for superior service and quality products. We are proud to have partnered with a large number of architects, property managers and general contractors to design and engineer a variety of fall protection solutions. Our staff of in-house fall protection specialists design each fall protection system to specification based on your facility. Our specifications include calculating pertinent factors such as dynamic load requirements, peak loading, soil bearing pressure and structural attachment points. The combination of these factors results in a properly designed and engineered fall protection system that will meet all OSHA and ANSI requirements.
Call Northland Safety Solutions For your Design and Engineering
For the safest daily operations in your workplace, contact the experts at Northland Safety Solutions. As a Qualified Person in this marketplace, we can provide a hazard assessment for your facility, and a comprehensive report of our findings and recommendations for solutions to existing workplace fall hazards.