Proper Safety Netting Installation On A Bridge or Construction Workplace Can Save Lives
Safety netting installation for bridge and construction debris net fall safety must be done correctly to perform correctly. An improperly installed system configuration can give the illusion of safety, only to fail at the critical time. It isn’t just a decoration to satisfy a building inspector; it’s in place both to protect the lives of workers at height and to prevent falling objects from injuring or killing people below.
Whatever Your Installation Needs, We Have Solutions
Depending on the resources available to you and the budgeting needs of your business, FallProof offers three different installation solutions. For netting rentals or purchase, we provide these options:
1) We provide you with everything needed for your team or maintenance personnel to do the install. This is the preferred option for many of our customers who have worked with us in the past.
2) We provide you with nets and hardware, and one of our trained onsite supervisors assists your team in the installation. Generally after three or four days, your crew is ready to complete the job without our help. Where a system needs to be “jumped”, or moved to a higher floor, we often return for an additional day or two at the time of the first jump.
3) We provide a full turnkey package that includes labor and all of the debris or personnel netting and hardware necessary to complete your job. This is often the best solution for a one of a kind job such as a railroad bridge or historical building, and also works well when the general contractor does not have available personnel.
The following are examples of FallProof’s past installations of safety netting:
installation of personnel fall protection systems is often needed on construction jobsites in order to protect falling debris and/or people when they get too close to the edge. These systems are sometimes referred to as horizontal perimeter netting. FallProof can provide you with the labor and material for this solution to keep your employees and others in and around the area safe.
We also have installed many custom industrial netting systems for Fortune 500 companies throughout the United States. Industrial nets are common in warehouse and distribution centers where overhead conveyor systems exist or a facility stacked with pallet rack after pallet rack. In these instances, we design and install safety nets to stop objects from falling at height and injuring workers below.
More facilities these days are using sports netting to contain equipment and the game to a certain area. In New York City, where space is a premium, many schools have moved their playing surface to the rooftops of their buildings, where, inherently, there is a risk of flying objects. We have worked with a number of NYC schools on custom solutions for their rooftop playground complex.
Safety nets are often installed in open pit or fall hazard areas to catch people who inadvertently walk in these areas and are in danger of falling into the open spaces. They are commonly installed in sports arenas, orchestra pits and waste water treatment plants. With our third party independent engineer, we can design a system that specifically meets your needs.
Netting is often used as a debris containment system on construction jobsites. While it is not rated for fall protection, is it strong enough for use when demolishing an old roof or concrete structure in which hazards exist below. We can install a custom solution to ensure that the public in and around the area will be protected from falling debris.
FallProof has provided many custom installed debris netting systems for bridge reconstruction in which the environmental impact plays a large part in the design of the system. Many bridges are old and contain environmentally unfriendly substances such as arsenic nails or lead. We design and install systems that allow for the capture of these materials for safe removal off the job site.
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