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As of April 1, 2015, the revised working at heights training amendment of Ontario regulation 297/13 (section 6 and 7), indicate that workers on construction projects must complete a working at heights training program, and they are required to use any of the following methods of fall protection:
1. A travel restraint system
2. A fall restricting system
3. A fall arrest system
4. A safety net
5. A work belt
6. A safety belt
Industry best practices also recommend field inspection of fall protection equipment prior to each use to ensure worker safety. LTL’s technicians offer certified fall inspection, maintenance and repair of harnesses, ropes and slings to ensure the integrity of your fall arrest gear. We are also factory-trained Miller & DBI Sala/Capital Safety Certified.
To help simplify things for our customers, we’ve compiled a few of our construction fall protection products that you will need to ensure you are meeting the requirements. Click on the links to learn more.
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