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Fall protection problems and needs

ELLIS FALL SAFETY SOLUTIONS Ellis Fall Safety Solutions (EFSS), a Division of Dynamic Scientific Controls, Inc. (DSC) will come to your site and assess your fall protection problems and needs. Headquartered in Wilmington, Delaware and with regional offices in Portland, Oregon, Los Angeles, California, Houston, Texas, Denver, Colorado, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Kansas City, Kansas, Washington DC and Richmond, Virginia EFSS offers truly nationwide service. Contact EFSS for your anchorage point engineering needs, OSHA compliance and violation abatement surveys, surveys and assessment evaluations, construction safety and hazard reviews. Ellis Litigation Support – ELS – was founded by Dr. J. Nigel Ellis. We have over 40 years of experience in the field of fall protection, including equipment design, manufacturing and labeling. Dr Ellis is a fall protection safety engineering practitioner with 30 years of experience as a fall protection consultant and expert witness, having been involved in hundreds of case and in almost every state. An in-house litigation support group and a nationwide network of fall protection specialty consultants support Dr. Ellis' expertise. The ELS litigation support group provides cost-effective, case preparation support to the team expert. See ELS Support Group page. If your action or case requires a unique area of expertise within fall protection – such as aspects of slip resistance coefficient of friction metallurgy or confined space entry - ELS can call upon our network of specialty experts. This assures you the specialized expertise you need, provided within the framework of the high standards of Ellis Litigation Contact Us: Phone Toll Free: 1-800-372-7775 Ellis Fall Safety Solutions, LLC. 306 Country Club Drive Wilmington, DE 19803-2920 Support. The following companies are a partial list of clients that have contracted with our company: Ellis Fall Safety Solutions, LLC. is licensed to perform a complete range of fall protection engineering services including: ALCOA Abbott Laboratories E. I. duPont de Nemours and Company Wal-mart Stores, Inc. ExxonMobil NBC & NBC Telemundo Studios Phillip Morris USA & Kraft Foods US Army Corps of Engineers NASA – Kennedy Space Center FP Engineering Audits and Assesments Purdue University Anchorage point design and validation Federal Aviation Administration Horizontal Lifeline and Rigid RailSystems design Kiewit Construction Companies Fall Protection System design Embassy Suites Drawings stamped by a structural P.E. Trumbull Construction Corporation On-site Structural and Mechanical Engineering Brookheaven National Laboratory Equipment selection for procurement purposes Federal Aviation Administration Qualified Person Services General Electric Engineered Installations Tree stands used by white-tail deer ts1 hunters are very popular but highly dangerous especially climbing tree stand models where the foot portion will suddenly plummet without warning when transferring weight. Full body harnesses properly designed with a chest strap that will not strangle are essential and are only discovered by hunters if they suspend themselves close to the ground to see how straps move under load. Attachment of the strap to the tree is best done by cinching and without a buckle due to hunter threading straps in a way that only holds partial body weight and which will be ineffective at the time of a fall. A Introduction to Fall Protection has been the seminal text in the field since the first edition was published in 1984. Written to systematically capture the development of fall protection in the United States, Introduction to Fall Protection FALL has successively documented the existing standards from around the world in the first, second, third and now fourth edition. The 4th edition addresses the most significant cause of worker deaths in the USA – falls. The site Competent Person sections added since the last edition was published include a new section on rope access methods, updated Z359 consensus standards, new equipment on the market and recently identified hazards related to older or existing equipment as well as a section about rescuing fallen workers. The 4th edition is packed with approximately 600 pages of i nformation about fall protection and is a must for any safety professional.

Fall protection problems and needs

shared by fallsafety on Feb 28
EFSS provides training beyond Fall Protection as well. Contact us about Maintenance Management, HAZWOPER training and other OSHA training.


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