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Fall Protection

Construction Worker Using Full Body Harness
Falls are the leading cause of fatalities in construction. They consistently top the OSHA violation list. For those reasons, OSHA standards are meant to protect construction workers when working at heights six feet and over. The standards also cover protection from falling objects, like tools, tripping that results in a fall, and falling through holes and other openings. These fall protection standards cover human and equipment-related issues in construction workplaces. The proper use of safety equipment can mitigate falls and fatalities. White Cap offers the right gear and equipment to meet the OSHA standards and keep workers safe.

ABCD's of Fall Protection

Don’t forget your ABCDs. Knowing how Anchorage, Body support, and Connectors work together to create a Personal Fall Arrest System could be a lifesaver.


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Anchorage Points

Selecting proper anchorage points is essential for effective fall protection. Anchorage points must be fixed and secure. Assess the best points by considering location, load capacity, and application.

Body Harnesses

Body harnesses, or safety harnesses are secured with straps and distribute the fall arrest forces around the body in the event of a fall. White Cap offers the right safety devices to meet the task at hand.

Connecting Devices

Complete your personal fall arrest system with connectors that link anchorage points with body harnesses. Learn the difference between energy-absorbing lanyards and self-retracting lifelines and which one meets your needs.

Descent and Rescue

In the event a fall does occur, it is important to know how to rescue a fallen worker safely and efficiently. Find out about the three types of rescues and two common types of descent control devices.

Falling Objects

The best way to deal with falling objects is to prevent them from falling in the first place. Understand the difference between active and passive engineering controls. Learn how to use trapping, tethering, and topping to keep tools safe.