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Garlock Safety System Products

The Solution for your Safety Needs

ALL PRODUCTS

CageGuard


Cobra Cart


Everlast Warning Lines


Folding Warning Lines


Gates, Manual-Closing


Gates, Self-Closing

HatchProtector

Invisi-Rail

LadderGuard


LedgeGuard


LifePoint


LifePoint Duo


Pallet Flow Gate


Perimeter Clamp


Permanent Mount Railings


RailGuard 200 Safety Rail

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RailGuard 200 Fit-Rite


RailgGuard GC


Rollback Safety Gate


Rollback Safety Bay Gate


ScreenGuard

Sentinel Warning Lines

SentryGuard

SkyDome

SkyGuard

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Slab Grabber

SpeedGuard

SpeedGuard II

TurboCable

TurboRail

ROOF TOP SAFETY

For proper roof top safety, there are 3 general areas that require fall protection planning: Leading Edge, Entry/Exit Access points, and skylights.

Leading Edge: Safety Guardrail Systems

RailGuard 200 Safety Rail

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Fit-Rite Safety Rail

Invisi-Rail


RailgGuard GC

Fall Restraint/Arrest Anchors

LifePoint

LifePoint Duo

Cobra Cart

Entry/Exit Access Points:

HatchProtector

LadderGuard

   

Leading Edge: Perimeter Clamping Systems

TurboRail

TurboCable

Perimeter Clamp

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Slab Grabber

Skylight Protection:

SkyGuard

SkyDome

ScreenGuard

CageGuard

Visual Warning Line Systems

Folding Warning Lines

Everlast Warning Lines

Sentinel Warning Lines

Safety Summary

Safety Guardrails: This type of safety rail fall protection is the preferred method and requires the least amount of employee training and required inspection.

Perimeter Systems: Clamp on perimeter systems are very popular and allow edge to edge protection without fall restraint by using lumber as a safety rail. A medium amount of training and inspection is required for this type of protection.

Skylights & Hatch: All skylights & roof access points are required to be protected.

Visual Warning: Typically a warning line system must be a minimum of 15 ft. from a hazard (consult your local OSHA requirements). For Work outside the safe zone, workers must use an approved PFAS restraint system. A medium amount of training and inspection is required for this type of protection if workers stay inside safe zone.

Fall Restraint: Fall Restraint simply stops the worker from getting near the fall hazard. A fall restraint system consists of an anchor point (either stationary or mobile cart), a personal harness or body belt and a lanyard or restraint line. The length of the restraint must not allow the worker to reach any fall hazard such as unprotected leading edge, stairwell, skylight, or open access hazard, etc. A medium amount of training and daily inspection is necessary for this type of system.

Fall Arrest: If a worker can reach a fall hazard then a PFAS system must be used to stop or arrest the fall in an emergency. A Fall Arrest system consists of an anchor point (stationary or mobile cart), a PFA approved full body harness and lifeline. The length of the lifeline must be sized to each job. Thorough employee training and daily inspection of equipment is required for Fall Arrest systems.


IN PLANT SAFETY / MATERIAL HANDLING


material handling 2017 garlocksafetycomGarlock Safety Systems has the solution to your industrial plant safety needs for fall protection. Industry statistics show that falls from as low as 48” can be lethal. All areas of your facility such as stairwells, loading docks, mezzanines, even your parking lots should be addressed. Whichever method you choose, Garlock Safety Systems has OSHA approved and tested solutions to meet your needs for Industrial Plant Safety.

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Flatbed Truck Protection

SpeedGuard

SpeedGuard II

Loading Dock, Stairway, & Machine Guarding


Permanent Mount Railings

SentryGuard

Gates, Self-Closing

Gates, Manual-Closing

Mezzanine & Elevated Access Points

LedgeGuard

Rollback Safety Gate

Rollback Safety Bay Gate

Pallet Flow Gate

Safety Summary

Parking lot/loading areas: A leading cause of injuries for falls comes from the daily loading and unloading of deliveries. Pits and loading docks should have safety guardrails and gates. Flatbed loading systems reduce fall liabilities on your property when loading trucks in your lot or unprotected docks by quickly adding safety rails.

Plant Work Hazards: Danger areas around equipment should have safety guardrails. High traffic areas should also be protected.

Mezzanine/ Stairway & Ladder Access: All stairways should be protected with safety rails and gates for safety. Mezzanines should have guardrails, ladder safe-zones and protected loading access points.


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