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Hilmerson Safety™ Patents Side Saddle Bracket™

Innovation Secures Critical Perimeter Control & Efficiency for High-Profile Construction Sites The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has awarded Hilmerson Safety™ U.S. Patent D885,868 for its barrier fence saddle mounting bracket, also known as the Side Saddle Bracket™. Granted on June 2, 2020, the patent recognizes the invention of the saddle mounting bracket that simplifies attaching fence panels

The Evolution of Leading-Edge Fall Protection

8 Reasons Why Industry Leading General Contractors Are Turning Away From Job-Built Wooden Safety Rails As the carpenter foreman completes his daily inspection of the wooden guardrail system, he notices a section where the toeboard is missing.  A little farther down the line of the leading-edge guardrail he notices a busted top rail. In

Emergency Hospital Security Entrance Protection – Minneapolis, MN – Hilmerson Free-Standing Construction Fence System™

Sometimes we all need a little privacy! Industry leader Mortenson, Leslie Seppamaki, and Wayne Burns deployed the NEW Hilmerson Temporary Fence System™ to protect and secure the entrance of a high profile hospital emergency department in Minneapolis, MN. Fast installation, construction-grade, professional appearance, no sand bags needed and made in America! The hospital wanted to

Hilmerson Safety™ Patents Mobile Guardrail Kit

Challenging the Status Quo of Leading-Edge Safety Methods in Construction The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has awarded Hilmerson Safety™ U.S. Patent 10,597,057 for its safety rail cart system, also known as the Hilmerson Safety Rail System™ kit. Granted on March 24, 2020, the patent recognizes the invention of the reusable, galvanized steel mobile guardrail

Hilmerson Safety™ Featured in Professional Safety Journal: “Lean to the Rescue”

Hilmerson Safety™ was featured in the September 2019 Professional Safety Journal. Check out Dan Hannan's article "Lean To The Rescue" about how utilizing lean principles can save an organization money while reducing risk. Read Full Article at Professional Safety Journal