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  • Series 5 Harness - Part #: 37416

    width="70%" height="90%"}CLICK HERE FOR 360° VIEW{/modal} The Guardian Series 5 full-body harness incorporates premium features for even greater performance. Series 5 harnesses feature durable water-repellant, contrasting core webbing that makes any...

  • Series 5 Harness - Part #: 37417

    width="70%" height="90%"}CLICK HERE FOR 360° VIEW{/modal} The Guardian Series 5 full-body harness incorporates premium features for even greater performance. Series 5 harnesses feature durable water-repellant, contrasting core webbing that makes any...

  • Series 5 Harness - Part #: 37418

    width="70%" height="90%"}CLICK HERE FOR 360° VIEW{/modal} The Guardian Series 5 full-body harness incorporates premium features for even greater performance. Series 5 harnesses feature durable water-repellant, contrasting core webbing that makes any...

  • Series 5 Harness - Part #: 37419

    width="70%" height="90%"}CLICK HERE FOR 360° VIEW{/modal} The Guardian Series 5 full-body harness incorporates premium features for even greater performance. Series 5 harnesses feature durable water-repellant, contrasting core webbing that makes any...

  • Series 5 Harness - Part #: 37420

    width="70%" height="90%"}CLICK HERE FOR 360° VIEW{/modal} The Guardian Series 5 full-body harness incorporates premium features for even greater performance. Series 5 harnesses feature durable water-repellant, contrasting core webbing that makes any...

  • Series 5 Harness - Part #: 37421

    width="70%" height="90%"}CLICK HERE FOR 360° VIEW{/modal} The Guardian Series 5 full-body harness incorporates premium features for even greater performance. Series 5 harnesses feature durable water-repellant, contrasting core webbing that makes any...

  • Series 5 Harness - Part #: 37422

    width="70%" height="90%"}CLICK HERE FOR 360° VIEW{/modal} The Guardian Series 5 full-body harness incorporates premium features for even greater performance. Series 5 harnesses feature durable water-repellant, contrasting core webbing that makes any...

  • Series 5 Harness - Part #: 37423

    width="70%" height="90%"}CLICK HERE FOR 360° VIEW{/modal} The Guardian Series 5 full-body harness incorporates premium features for even greater performance. Series 5 harnesses feature durable water-repellant, contrasting core webbing that makes any...

  • Series 5 Harness - Part #: 37424

    width="70%" height="90%"}CLICK HERE FOR 360° VIEW{/modal} The Guardian Series 5 full-body harness incorporates premium features for even greater performance. Series 5 harnesses feature durable water-repellant, contrasting core webbing that makes any...

  • Series 5 Harness - Part #: 37425

    width="70%" height="90%"}CLICK HERE FOR 360° VIEW{/modal} The Guardian Series 5 full-body harness incorporates premium features for even greater performance. Series 5 harnesses feature durable water-repellant, contrasting core webbing that makes any...

  • Series 5 Harness - Part #: 37426

    width="70%" height="90%"}CLICK HERE FOR 360° VIEW{/modal} The Guardian Series 5 full-body harness incorporates premium features for even greater performance. Series 5 harnesses feature durable water-repellant, contrasting core webbing that makes any...

  • Series 5 Harness - Part #: 37427

    width="70%" height="90%"}CLICK HERE FOR 360° VIEW{/modal} The Guardian Series 5 full-body harness incorporates premium features for even greater performance. Series 5 harnesses feature durable water-repellant, contrasting core webbing that makes any...

  • Series 5 Harness - Part #: 37350

    width="70%" height="90%"}CLICK HERE FOR 360° VIEW{/modal} The Guardian Series 5 full-body harness incorporates premium features for even greater performance. Series 5 harnesses feature durable water-repellant, contrasting core webbing that makes any...

  • Series 5 Harness - Part #: 37340

    width="70%" height="90%"}CLICK HERE FOR 360° VIEW{/modal} The Guardian Series 5 full-body harness incorporates premium features for even greater performance. Series 5 harnesses feature durable water-repellant, contrasting core webbing that makes any...

  • Selecting A Harness: My Type Of Buckle Type

    Buckles are one of the primary elements on a full body harness that affect comfort and ease of donning. The right buckle for you ultimately comes down to personal preference, which is why Guardian offers harnesses with varying buckle configurations....

  • Series 3 Harness - Part #: 37150

    FOR 360° VIEW{/modal} Expanding upon the wide array of features offered by the Series 1, the Guardian Series 3 full-body harness offers the worker at height an extra measure of comfort and performance. Series 3 harnesses feature durable water-repellant,...

  • Series 5 Harness - Part #: 37335

    width="70%" height="90%"}CLICK HERE FOR 360° VIEW{/modal} The Guardian Series 5 full-body harness incorporates premium features for even greater performance. Series 5 harnesses feature durable water-repellant, contrasting core webbing that makes any...

  • On the Leading Edge

    used in the construction industry today. Depending on the model, these versatile units can be either mounted on a full-body harness or to an anchorage connector , thereby allowing them to be either mobile or stationary, and many can also be used in...

  • 5 Reasons To Invest In Fall Protection Awareness Training

    Are you new to the world of fall safety? Or perhaps you need some help getting your workers to understand the importance of selecting and using safety gear correctly? It is safe to say, in our industry, having the right safety equipment on the jobsite...

  • Fall Protection 101: The ABC's of Our Industry

    Sometimes the only way to do a job involves exposure to fall hazards. Selecting the right equipment is always key to ensuring worker safety, but this is especially true when working in Fall Arrest applications. Luckily, there is an easy way to remember...

  • Consider the Swing Fall

    a wild ride, spinning and swinging until all the energy of the fall is expended and they find themselves hanging in their harness. If there is a wall or other obstruction, the worker will swing with the combined force generated by gravity and the...

  • Non-Shock Absorbing Extension Lanyard

    The Guardian Fall Protection Extension Lanyard offers the convenient option of lengthening a full-body harness dorsal D-ring, making it easier to attach to. The snap hook component of the Extension Lanyard attaches directly to the dorsal D-ring, and...

  • Non-Shock Absorbing Extension Lanyard - Part #: 01120

    The Guardian Fall Protection Extension Lanyard offers the convenient option of lengthening a full-body harness dorsal D-ring, making it easier to attach to. The snap hook component of the Extension Lanyard attaches directly to the dorsal D-ring, and...

  • Non-Shock Absorbing Extension Lanyard - Part #: 01121

    The Guardian Fall Protection Extension Lanyard offers the convenient option of lengthening a full-body harness dorsal D-ring, making it easier to attach to. The snap hook component of the Extension Lanyard attaches directly to the dorsal D-ring, and...

  • Non-Shock Absorbing Extension Lanyard - Part #: 01122

    The Guardian Fall Protection Extension Lanyard offers the convenient option of lengthening a full-body harness dorsal D-ring, making it easier to attach to. The snap hook component of the Extension Lanyard attaches directly to the dorsal D-ring, and...

  • Shock Absorbing Extension Lanyard - Part #: 01205

    The Guardian Fall Protection Extension Lanyard offers the convenient option of lengthening a full-body harness dorsal D-ring, making it easier to attach to. The snap hook component of the Extension Lanyard attaches directly to the dorsal D-ring, and...

  • What's Up With Work Positioning?

    When we think of working at height , we often imagine someone tethered to a lanyard or SRL walking across a roof, along the edge of an unfinished concrete floor, or maybe traversing a beam while a mobile anchor slides along quietly behind them. But...

  • Which Bucket Of Safe-Tie Do You Need?

    If you haven’t gotten the memo yet, it’s summer ! And, if you are a homeowner, I’d be willing to bet there will be some nagging reason you need to traipse up to the roof. Maybe it’s a broken shingle, or cleaning the gutters, or maybe you are the...

  • PURE SAFETY GROUP UNVEILS TWO NEXT GENERATION HARNESSES

    Completes the S Series Line-Up of Harnesses HOUSTON (Feb. 7, 2019) -- Pure Safety Group (PSG), the largest company dedicated solely to fall protection, has unveiled two new products to complete its Series line -up of three Guardian Fall Protection...

  • Sack of Safety

    of Safety is a premium, all-inclusive fall protection kit. It includes (1) 25 foot or 50 foot vertical lifeline, (1) HUV Harness, (1) SOS Backpack, and a choice between type and quantity of Snappy, Temper, and Ridge-It 2 D-Ring Anchors (see table below...

  • PT chest, PT legs - Part #: 37110

    FOR 360° VIEW{/modal} Expanding upon the wide array of features offered by the Series 1, the Guardian Series 3 full-body harness offers the worker at height an extra measure of comfort and performance. Series 3 harnesses feature durable water-repellant,...

  • What is the intended use of dual leg lanyards/self-retracting lifelines?

    lanyard/self-retracting lifeline legs connected simultaneously. At all other times, the unused leg must be connected to a harness lanyard keeper.

  • Climbing Ladders: The Importance of Ladder Safety Devices

    Millions of workers climb ladders each and every day to access their respective work areas in applications that range from satellite towers to crane towers to theatre productions. And a few of these workers include the team members at ESG who climb...

  • The Weights And Measures of Fall Protection

    The worlds of construction and engineering are full of numbers. Heights, diameters, percentages, and more help us design products, construct buildings, and comply with safety regulations. But sometimes this dirge of numbers can get confusing, and it is...

  • 10 Things to Expect from Competent Person Training

    The Competent Person Class , offered by our F.I.R.S.T Choice Training division, is designed to train its students in the best-practice methods of identifying and eliminating both existing and predictable fall hazards. Upon completing the two-day,...

  • The Future Is Now: Using RFIDs On the Jobsite

    Technology makes life easier – or at least it should . But, with so many new gadgets being introduced to us on a day-to-day basis, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. And, if we can’t effectively break-down what the product is and why we should use it, we...

  • Rescue Me, Please! - Follow Our Rescue Plan Outline

    Much is made of creating an effective fall protection plan, one that addresses both potential fall hazards and what methods will be used to mitigate those hazards. If you have been involved in making one, excellent, you are well on your way to a safe...

  • What's Wrong With This Picture? (Q3 2016)

    At Guardian Fall Protection we’re always on the lookout for product misuse. We have eyes and ears everywhere. Nobody is safe (unless, of course, they’re using equipment correctly). We’re like the CIA of fall protection.

  • Which F.I.R.S.T. Choice Training Class Is Right For You?

    It’s quite likely that at some point in your career of working at height you have been asked to attend some type of formal training. Continual education ensures that workers stay up to date with current OSHA regulations, fall protection technologies,...

  • The Responsibilities of Authorized, Competent, and Qualified Persons

    Like those in any field with its own esoteric language, we in fall protection often take for granted that when we use a term, everyone else knows what we are talking about. For example, if I said, “For that Fall Arrest application, you’ll need an...

  • EPRA - Your New Best Friend For Fall Protection

    Once you have identified the hazards on a jobsite, your next job is to choose the safest means of protecting workers from the hazard. I know, that’s a pretty obvious statement, but there’s a bit of nuance involved that is worth thinking about.

  • SRL vs. Lanyard Free Fall

    In an earlier blog post , we jumped into the difference between a 6’ and 12’ free fall , and how that determines what type lanyard (standard or extended free fall) is most appropriate for a given situation. In that case, it was kind of an apples to...

  • PURE SAFETY GROUP BRINGS TOGETHER FOUR INDUSTRY LEADERS AT NSC

    product lines by professional and high performance categories. The newproducts PSG is unveiling at NSC booth #2111 include: Harnesses Checkmate Vantage X high performance harness – Ground breaking high performance harness with many patent pending...

  • Checkmate Products

  • 9’ Double Diablo SRL-LE - Part #: 11074_1

    features a galvanized steel lifeline and a quick-release connector for easy installation. The unique connector leaves the harness’s dorsal D-ring free for intermittent connections to other lanyards as needed. Available in dual SRL configuration to allow...

  • 9’ Double Diablo SRL-LE - Part #: 11076_1

    features a galvanized steel lifeline and a quick-release connector for easy installation. The unique connector leaves the harness’s dorsal D-ring free for intermittent connections to other lanyards as needed. Available in dual SRL configuration to allow...

  • 9’ Double Diablo SRL-LE - Part #: 11075_1

    features a galvanized steel lifeline and a quick-release connector for easy installation. The unique connector leaves the harness’s dorsal D-ring free for intermittent connections to other lanyards as needed. Available in dual SRL configuration to allow...

  • 9’ Double Diablo SRL-LE - Part #: 11077_1

    features a galvanized steel lifeline and a quick-release connector for easy installation. The unique connector leaves the harness’s dorsal D-ring free for intermittent connections to other lanyards as needed. Available in dual SRL configuration to allow...

  • Shock Absorbing Tie-Back Lanyard

    connecting to the leg D-ring. The integrated shock absorbing component and snap hook then connect to the full-body harness dorsal D-ring, creating a complete PFAS. The adjustable D-ring tie-back point, as well as the single and double leg options,...

  • Rebar Chain Assembly

    their hands free to perform any necessary work. To function correctly, it must be used in combination with a full-body harness with side positioning D-rings, so that both snap hook components can be properly attached. All chain assemblies are...

  • Rebar Chain Assembly - Part #: 01600

    their hands free to perform any necessary work. To function correctly, it must be used in combination with a full-body harness with side positioning D-rings, so that both snap hook components can be properly attached. All chain assemblies are...

  • Rebar Chain Assembly - Part #: 01611

    their hands free to perform any necessary work. To function correctly, it must be used in combination with a full-body harness with side positioning D-rings, so that both snap hook components can be properly attached. All chain assemblies are...

  • Shock Absorbing Tie-Back Lanyard - Part #: 01290

    connecting to the leg D-ring. The integrated shock absorbing component and snap hook then connect to the full-body harness dorsal D-ring, creating a complete PFAS. The adjustable D-ring tie-back point, as well as the single and double leg options,...

  • Shock Absorbing Tie-Back Lanyard - Part #: 01291

    connecting to the leg D-ring. The integrated shock absorbing component and snap hook then connect to the full-body harness dorsal D-ring, creating a complete PFAS. The adjustable D-ring tie-back point, as well as the single and double leg options,...

  • Rebar Chain Assembly - Part #: 01610

    their hands free to perform any necessary work. To function correctly, it must be used in combination with a full-body harness with side positioning D-rings, so that both snap hook components can be properly attached. All chain assemblies are...

  • Rebar Chain Assembly - Part #: 01603

    their hands free to perform any necessary work. To function correctly, it must be used in combination with a full-body harness with side positioning D-rings, so that both snap hook components can be properly attached. All chain assemblies are...

  • Rebar Chain Assembly - Part #: 01605

    their hands free to perform any necessary work. To function correctly, it must be used in combination with a full-body harness with side positioning D-rings, so that both snap hook components can be properly attached. All chain assemblies are...

  • Rebar Chain Assembly - Part #: 01609

    their hands free to perform any necessary work. To function correctly, it must be used in combination with a full-body harness with side positioning D-rings, so that both snap hook components can be properly attached. All chain assemblies are...

  • Rebar Chain Assembly - Part #: 01608

    their hands free to perform any necessary work. To function correctly, it must be used in combination with a full-body harness with side positioning D-rings, so that both snap hook components can be properly attached. All chain assemblies are...

  • G-Link Dual Retractable SRL

    Dual Retractable System is designed to incorporate two SRLs into a single system. This unit can then be attached to the harness dorsal D-ring via its high-strength carabiner, allowing for the worker to use the combined SRLs in a manner that will provide...

  • G-Link Dual Retractable SRL - Part #: 10993

    Dual Retractable System is designed to incorporate two SRLs into a single system. This unit can then be attached to the harness dorsal D-ring via its high-strength carabiner, allowing for the worker to use the combined SRLs in a manner that will provide...

  • G-Link Dual Retractable SRL - Part #: 10994

    Dual Retractable System is designed to incorporate two SRLs into a single system. This unit can then be attached to the harness dorsal D-ring via its high-strength carabiner, allowing for the worker to use the combined SRLs in a manner that will provide...

  • G-Link Dual Retractable SRL - Part #: 10995

    Dual Retractable System is designed to incorporate two SRLs into a single system. This unit can then be attached to the harness dorsal D-ring via its high-strength carabiner, allowing for the worker to use the combined SRLs in a manner that will provide...

  • G-Link Dual Retractable SRL - Part #: 10996

    Dual Retractable System is designed to incorporate two SRLs into a single system. This unit can then be attached to the harness dorsal D-ring via its high-strength carabiner, allowing for the worker to use the combined SRLs in a manner that will provide...

  • G-Link Dual Retractable SRL - Part #: 10997

    Dual Retractable System is designed to incorporate two SRLs into a single system. This unit can then be attached to the harness dorsal D-ring via its high-strength carabiner, allowing for the worker to use the combined SRLs in a manner that will provide...

  • G-Link Dual Retractable SRL - Part #: 10998

    Dual Retractable System is designed to incorporate two SRLs into a single system. This unit can then be attached to the harness dorsal D-ring via its high-strength carabiner, allowing for the worker to use the combined SRLs in a manner that will provide...

  • Gotcha Shark Kit

    arrest systems, and web retractable lifelines. The Shark Kit functions by first attaching a descent kit to the full-body harness of the victim, then cutting their primary attachment with a unique, bladeless cutter. The rescuer then descends down to the...

  • Gotcha Shark Kit - Part #: 53036

    arrest systems, and web retractable lifelines. The Shark Kit functions by first attaching a descent kit to the full-body harness of the victim, then cutting their primary attachment with a unique, bladeless cutter. The rescuer then descends down to the...

  • Gotcha Shark Kit - Part #: 53037

    arrest systems, and web retractable lifelines. The Shark Kit functions by first attaching a descent kit to the full-body harness of the victim, then cutting their primary attachment with a unique, bladeless cutter. The rescuer then descends down to the...

  • Gotcha Suspension Loop - Part #: 53038

    A supremely compact and lightweight device, the Gotcha Suspension Loop allows a fallen worker to stand up in their harness to relieve pressure from their limbs. The Gotcha Suspension Loop can make the difference between walking away from a fall and...

  • Sack of Safety - Part #: 00720

    of Safety is a premium, all-inclusive fall protection kit. It includes (1) 25 foot or 50 foot vertical lifeline, (1) HUV Harness, (1) SOS Backpack, and a choice between type and quantity of Snappy, Temper, and Ridge-It 2 D-Ring Anchors (see table below...

  • Sack of Safety - Part #: 00725

    of Safety is a premium, all-inclusive fall protection kit. It includes (1) 25 foot or 50 foot vertical lifeline, (1) HUV Harness, (1) SOS Backpack, and a choice between type and quantity of Snappy, Temper, and Ridge-It 2 D-Ring Anchors (see table below...

  • Sack of Safety - Part #: 00730

    of Safety is a premium, all-inclusive fall protection kit. It includes (1) 25 foot or 50 foot vertical lifeline, (1) HUV Harness, (1) SOS Backpack, and a choice between type and quantity of Snappy, Temper, and Ridge-It 2 D-Ring Anchors (see table below...

  • Sack of Safety - Part #: 00735

    of Safety is a premium, all-inclusive fall protection kit. It includes (1) 25 foot or 50 foot vertical lifeline, (1) HUV Harness, (1) SOS Backpack, and a choice between type and quantity of Snappy, Temper, and Ridge-It 2 D-Ring Anchors (see table below...

  • Sack of Safety - Part #: 00740

    of Safety is a premium, all-inclusive fall protection kit. It includes (1) 25 foot or 50 foot vertical lifeline, (1) HUV Harness, (1) SOS Backpack, and a choice between type and quantity of Snappy, Temper, and Ridge-It 2 D-Ring Anchors (see table below...

  • Sack of Safety - Part #: 00745

    of Safety is a premium, all-inclusive fall protection kit. It includes (1) 25 foot or 50 foot vertical lifeline, (1) HUV Harness, (1) SOS Backpack, and a choice between type and quantity of Snappy, Temper, and Ridge-It 2 D-Ring Anchors (see table below...

  • Little Bucket of Safe-Tie

    Bucket of Safe-Tie is a roofing kit built for the roofer, by the roofer. The Lil’ Bucket of Safe-Tie comes with (1) HUV Harness (different size options are available), (1) 6 foot Single Leg Lanyard with shock pack, and (1) Nylon Bag for equipment...

  • Little Bucket of Safe-Tie - Part #: 00870

    Bucket of Safe-Tie is a roofing kit built for the roofer, by the roofer. The Lil’ Bucket of Safe-Tie comes with (1) HUV Harness (different size options are available), (1) 6 foot Single Leg Lanyard with shock pack, and (1) Nylon Bag for equipment...

  • Little Bucket of Safe-Tie - Part #: 00875

    Bucket of Safe-Tie is a roofing kit built for the roofer, by the roofer. The Lil’ Bucket of Safe-Tie comes with (1) HUV Harness (different size options are available), (1) 6 foot Single Leg Lanyard with shock pack, and (1) Nylon Bag for equipment...

  • Dual SRL Bracket - Part #: 11058

    are ideal for maintaining 100% tie-off. This Bracket installs quickly and easily beneath the dorsal D-ring on any Guardian harness, and features an indicating locking mechanism so the user can be sure it is attached correctly.

  • 'Growth' In The Fall Safety Industry

    We at Guardian have a wide range of knowledge and talents. But, I wager I can name a field few of us are expert in—biology. The basic biological idea of ‘ carrying capacity ,’ though, is one that even a non-science-oriented brain like mine can...

  • Existing and Predicting Hazards — The Role of the Competent Person

    As we all know, complying with the standards set by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is a central focus of the work we do in the fall safety industry. OSHA, as well as other regulating bodies, shape and set the requirements that...

  • After The Fall

    on the twelfth story of a twenty-seven story building when the scaffolding collapsed. Both workers had personal fall arrest harnesses on that prevented them from falling to their deaths. Hanging from their harnesses twelve floors above the ground, the...

  • Compatible Connections

    If asked to describe two things that are compatible, most people wouldn’t have much difficulty. We would probably hear a variety of responses involving such well suited pairs as salt and pepper, a screw and a screwdriver, or gasoline and an engine; the...

  • The Importance of Fall Protection Manufacturers

    ESG team members visit hundreds of facilities each year whose existing fall protection systems require inspection, testing, evaluation, or re-certification. Unfortunately, these particular systems frequently lack documentation, proper labeling, and...

  • The Advantages & Disadvantages of Fall Restraint & Fall Arrest

    Hundreds of different types of fall protection equipment, designed be incorporated in either a fall restraint or a fall arrest system, are sold on a daily basis. And it is the duty of the trained and designated Competent Person to determine which of...

  • What's Wrong With This Picture? (Q3 2015)

    And now time for everybody’s favorite—Guardian Fall Protection’s ongoing analysis of jobsite fall protection scenarios, What’s Wrong with This Picture?

  • 8 Things to Address in a Fall Protection Plan

    A fall protection plan is a safety plan for workers who will be at elevated work areas. Having a detailed fall protection plan is essential to ensure the highest degree of worker safety. The plan aims to provide a safe working environment and to...

  • Guardian FAQs: Your 'One-Stop-Shop' For Industry Answers

    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...

  • What's Wrong With This Picture? (Q1 2016)

    It’s time again for our quarterly What’s Wrong With This Picture series! And to keep things in line with this quarter’s focus on guardrails, we’re keeping things simple for you.

  • Numbers, Numbers, Everywhere...Why 282 Matters In Fall Protection

    Anyone who regularly reviews the regulations from both OSHA and ANSI knows that these documents are full of numbers - lots of numbers. So many numbers in fact that newcomers to them often report nightmares with divisions of marching 6s and waves of...

  • New Release: Dual SRL Bracket

    The Dual SRL Bracket is designed to assemble two single-leg SRLs into a dual-leg SRL, allowing the user to maintain 100% tie-off when transitioning between anchor points.

  • Doing More With Less: Why The Temper Anchor Is So Dang Popular

    Versatility is often an underappreciated thing, but not in fall protection. Given the seemingly endless variety of conditions workers find themselves, any time a product can span jobs, or is designed to fit multiple applications, it seems to become a...

  • What's Wrong With This Picture? (Q2 2016)

    For more than a year now, we have highlighted examples of how we see fall protection equipment being used in the real world. Instructions and other technical information are always great ways to learn about proper use and installation, but oftentimes...

  • Now Available! Guardian Fall Protection Trauma Strap

    Now Available! The Guardian Fall Protection Trauma Strap.

  • Understanding Extended Free Fall Lanyards

    Ever wonder, “What’s the difference between a standard shock absorbing lanyard and the Big Boss Extended Free Fall lanyard?” Good question. By just looking at the pictures, or holding the lanyards in your hands, a first reaction might be, “Not much.”...

  • Staying Healthy At Height

    As a full-line fall protection manufacturer, we put a lot of energy into making the most effective products for the worker-at-height. We want to make sure that you have the safest experience possible while performing your work. But although we try to...

  • What's Wrong With This Picture? (Q4 2016)

    It’s time again to ask that eternal question: what’s wrong with this picture?! We have an interesting one for you today, so we won’t worry about a lot of build-up. But one extra thing to keep in mind; in addition to asking if anything is wrong with our...

  • Authorized Rescue Training

    Current Competent Person in Fall Protection certificate & physically capable Required Equipment: Appropriate Full Body Harness, Rugged foot wear, Hard hat/helmet, hand protection Description: This 1-day Guardian Fall Protection Rescue Training course is...

  • Gear Maintenance - It's All About Symbiosis

    No matter what type of gear you end up using, there is a key factor in ensuring its working condition, and that is proper maintenance . Frankly, you’d be shocked to see some of the pictures of used products we have seen. Perhaps the most shocking part...


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