Spring and summer are here, and there are plenty of chores to complete around (or on top of) the house or as you start your new construction job. Nation Wide Ladder knows the importance of offering fall protection for our customers because accidents and mistakes are not subjective. As you start your next roofing project, consider getting these pieces of fall protection gear for different reasons.
Harness. Harnesses attach to lifeline systems while also providing a relatively comfortable fit with shock absorbency. Depending on the style and type, these harnesses can aid in injury prevention by distributing the pressure caused by a fall.
Rope lifeline. This durable rope is meant to keep you on the roof! Not only is it made from a blend of materials designed to carry you and your equipment, they come at a variety of lengths to ensure that even in the event of a slip, you do not fall off the roof completely.
Roof anchors. What else would you attach your harness or rope lifeline to? Roof anchors are designed to hold your weight and stay attached to the roof. We here one too many instances of homeowners attaching their ropes to unstable areas of their roof and want to help prevent accidents.
Rope adjuster. To make your roofing job a little easier, investing in a rope adjuster can loosen or tighten the slack on your rope to give you the extra room you need to complete your job without requiring to change out your rope lifeline for a different length.
Whether you’re a do-it-yourselfer looking to fix some broken shingles or a professional in the construction business, these fall protection options are important for the safety of yourself and those around you. Luckily, companies like Nation Wide Ladder are prepared to help our customers find the fall protection that works for them. We offer fall protection roofing kits as well as individual pieces to ensure you’re well equipped for roof work. Give us a call today at (800) 228-2519.