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The Guardian Fall Team Blog

One of the most rewarding parts about working in the fall protection industry is that no two days are ever the same. Whether developing new product, helping a customer resolve a problem unique to their jobsite, or ensuring that product is shipped correctly and on time, everyone at Guardian is always ready to adapt to the demands of the day and get you the answers you need as quickly and easily as possible.

But, while our adaptability is key to our success, we luckily don’t have to start from a blank slate each morning. We draw from our experiences and our expertise to offer the best and most current information and services to our customers, always with our mission of providing innovative solutions and saving lives at the forefront of our minds.

And in our efforts to (excuse the pun) 'heighten' the level of conversation regarding fall protection, we are proud to announce the release of the completely remodeled frequently asked questions (FAQ) portion of our website. The FAQ is a one-stop-shop for all of Guardian’s current policies regarding fall protection equipment and regulatory compliance, and will constantly be expanding to address all the matters our customers care about the most.

Guardian is of course always happy to communicate with you in person, over the phone, or via email, but we understand that self-service is the wave of the future. Our FAQ is another way to help you get the answers you need as quickly and easily as possible, and on your own time.

So what will you find in the FAQ? Have you ever wondered if it’s permitted to write your name or company information directly onto harness webbing? Now a few quick clicks will tell you that, while it isn’t a recommended practice due to inspection and longevity concerns (and because we provide a handy label cover specifically designed to be written on), it is indeed permitted.

Or maybe you want to know if Guardian products can be used with equipment from other manufacturers? You bet they can, provided that your jobsite Competent Person determines that the specific combination of equipment is safe and compatible.

And if a question you want answered isn’t there, let us know! The FAQ is a great place for us to collaborate with customers and make sure it’s as an effective tool as possible.

Check out the FAQ today at!

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