Our new self-closing EdgeHalt™ Adjustable Safety Gate makes it easy to protect your team from the dangers of an elevated guardrail opening. This one gate is flexible enough to fit a large range of openings, reducing the need to measure every opening within your facility. Plus, it's stocked and ready to ship within three days!
Automatic Transfer Switch, RDEC and Siemens’ Smart Wall on display in booth 907
June 27, 2019
Russelectric, A Siemens Business, a leading manufacturer of power control systems and automatic transfer switches, announces that it will be attending the ASHE Annual Conference and Technical Exhibition, held July 14-17 in Baltimore, Maryland. ASHE is a trusted national conference and exhibition for health care facility management and engineering professionals.
Wildeck, Inc. is proud to announce and welcome David Milner as the company’s new Vice President of Sales and Marketing. In his new role, Milner will be responsible for coordinating the company’s sales and marketing functions, overseeing the efforts of Wildeck’s internal and external sales representatives and expanding the company’s distribution network.
After months of engineering and extensive testing, Malta Dynamics is pleased to announce its new Edgehog Leading Edge Self-Retracting Lifelines. The Edgehog line meets ANSI standard Z359.14-2014 for a worker capacity range of 130-310 lbs.
“A leading edge self-retracting lifeline can be critical,” Malta Dynamics President Holland said. “If a worker goes over an edge, as the self-retracting lifeline contacts the edge and comes over, there is a potential the cable could break if it's not specifically designed for leading edge use.”
Whether you choose to enforce a strict closed-door policy or weather permitting open-door policy at your facility, fall protection for your people and material handling equipment should be a main concern. In fact, lack of fall protection is not only the most frequently cited safety violation* but falls to a lower level are the second leading cause of preventable workplace fatalities**.
It’s a safety tool that you can launch from your computer, yet the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) promises that its Aerial Lift Hazard Recognition Simulator offers realistic workplaces – complete with hazards.