Free Guide from Capital Safety Explains Construction Fall Protection

Capital Safety, parent company of DBI/SALA and PROTECTA, has published a helpful, free guide to fall protection for all types of construction work, from residential building to steel erection, confined spaces, scaffolding work, or work on construction wall forms and rebar.

The guide is available at www.capitalsafety.com/portals/0/catalog_construction.pdf. At 68 pages, it contains straightforward information with selections of the company's products shown and categorized as high performance, utility, and fundamental. Relevant text from OSHA, ANSI, and CSA standards is included, as are information about training tools and programs, product specifications, and color photographs.

"Most catalogs are lists of products without any guidance or useful information," said Jeff Halbach, Capital Safety's marketing communications manager. "Rather than have ours end up in the catalog graveyard, we created a tool that safety professionals can reference whenever a fall protection challenge arises. The guide educates consumers to select the appropriate equipment for their needs."

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