Fall Protection – Are your workforce safe?
Did You Know that work at height is the biggest single cause of fatal and serious injury in the construction industry, particularly on smaller projects?
The law requires that employers and self-employed contractors assess the risk from work at height and go on to organise and plan the work so it is carried out safely.
Try to avoid working at height where this is possible; where it is not, you should take precautions to prevent or arrest a fall and injury.
Your workforce should be trained in the precautions relevant. Method statements are widely utilised in the construction industry to help manage the work and communicate what is required to all those involved.
Here at Bull Products we can help you in preventing and / or arresting falls and injuries. Take a look at our fall arrest section which includes fall arrest air cushions and harnesses.
The air cushions can be delivered to your site prefilled with polythene air pockets; or there is an inflatable option which is easier for storage and transport.
Every year, around 2,000 drivers and workers are seriously injured in falls from vehicles. We can supply you with lorry cushions to help you prevent this from happening.
View our fall arrest section online now.
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