Our Fall Protection Installation Contractors Minimize Disruption To Your Workplace
Our Experience, Engineering and Training Ensure Problem-Free Passive and Active Systems
Fall protection systems installation services provided by FallProof are designed to minimize disruption. As one of the leading fall protection installation contractors in the country, trusted by Fortune 500 companies nationwide, our experienced teams, each led by a project manager, are experts in every aspect of fall arrest and restraint. They apply a laser focus to a worker-first philosophy and are prepared to handle everything, including:
- System design and engineering;
- Equipment procurement and delivery;
- Fabrication of any necessary miscellaneous parts and brackets;
- Convenient scheduling of the project around your business needs;
- Rentals of lift or other equipment;
- On-site installation, systems testing and certification; and
- User training.
The Effectiveness of Your System Requires Factory-Trained and Expert Installers
Our installers are experienced and factory-trained to handle all types of OSHA-compliant fall prevention and fall arrest systems, including horizontal and vertical lifelines, cable and rigid track lifelines (also referred to as fixed track lifelines), swing arms (interchangeably referred to as jib arms), safety gates and railings, access platforms, and temporary and permanent guardrails. We provide these services in manufacturing and distribution facilities, on and around commercial and industrial construction sites, on rooftops around parapets, with safety railings and screens around roof hatches and over skylights, and also non-penetrating guardrails and rooftop walkways. We distribute for and represent all major manufacturers.
The following are installation projects we have completed:
FallProof has installed swing and jib arms for its extensive customer base, such as the swing arm pictured above that we installed for a major Fortune 500 energy company. This unit is rated for two users and utilizes dual passable tracks so each worker can work independently. This particular unit was designed to swing out of the way to avoid conflict with overhead crane use. Workers would simply swing out the system and lock the unit in place as needed.
Subcontracted by a well-known general contractor, FallProof installed this horizontal cable lifeline on top of a new building for a major university in downtown Philadelphia. As a sub-contractor, we were responsible for everything, providing a full turnkey solution. With its pass-through capability, this lifeline allows worker to access many parts of the rooftop for maintenance while ensuring they are properly tied off.
In addition to horizontal and vertical lifelines, FallProof also installs non-penetrating guardrails for its customers. This product is designed to provide perimeter edge protection for rooftops and other elevated work surfaces. Designed to not puncture the roof, this is a popular choice among many companies with flat roofs that need to give workers access while keeping them protected.
FallProof is well versed in accomplishing unique installation scenarios for safe roof access. Shown here, we used a custom fall protection post and base plate that did not penetrate the roof decking below the waterproof barrier, as per the customer’s request. By using a special 36” base plate, our design allowed for the metal decking to support the lifelines in lieu of penetrating the metal decking to attach the post to the steel roof trusses.
Shown here is another example of a lifeline system installed by FallProof for the workers of a major Pennsylvania transportation authority. Used in the maintenance of fleet vehicles, these overhead cable lifelines allow for a worker to be safely tied off while doing bus and railcar repairs on the top of these vehicles. We have installed many of these systems for major transportation authorities throughout the United States.
With both old and sloped rooftops, falling off and falling through are the two main concerns of clients who endeavor to protect workers who go up to the roof on a regular basis. If fall-through is a concern because of age, or if the rooftop is sloped too great for a guardrail, a horizontal cable lifeline like the one pictured above is the answer. We have installed rooftop lifelines for many clients ranging from steel mills to universities.
Shown above is another FallProof installation of non-penetrating guardrails on a rooftop used for permanent roof-edge protection. We installed over 3,000 linear feet at the headquarters of a major electronics manufacturer. The installation was unique as it required a crane in order to get all the material to specific locations onto the roof that could handle the eight bases. In addition, there was great concern from the client about the new roof and its 25-year warranty. After a discussion with the manufacturers of the railing and rooftop materials, special precautions and extra padding were put down for extra protection of the EPDM roof.
FallProof installed a fixed rigid track lifelines for a customer who needed to protect workers who were securing a railcar load for transport. We handled everything from the design and engineering of the system, through the pouring of the concrete footers, to the erection of the system and training workers on its proper use.
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Learn more about the services we offer in connection with fall arrest systems, as well as the systems and equipment we put in place for fall restraint. To speak to one of our installation contractors to discuss the needs at your workplace, please click on the blue button above or call us directly. You also may use our web contact form to request a quote that will allow you to upload drawings for our review and assessment before contacting you. Please include a note about your needs, including the number of linear feet requiring protection. We will be happy to help you devise a solution to meet your safety needs and budget.