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Working From Height: 3 Ways to Engineer Out the Hazard

For contractors, providing a workplace free of danger while working at height is a big responsibility, especially since we know falls continue to be construction’s leading cause of death. OSHA requires fall protection provided at elevations of six feet in the construction industry to prevent workers from falling off overhead platforms, elevated work stations

By |2022-12-23T19:26:53+00:00November 16th, 2022|Hilmerson Safety Rail System™, News, PS Not BS|

Ways Contractors Can Improve Construction Site Security with Quality Stand-Alone Fencing

Are you a contractor looking for ways to improve construction site security while reducing your company liabilities? Maybe you’ve had equipment stolen or suspect trespassers have accessed your site overnight. Or maybe you’re over-focused on production and have lost sight of your liability and risk that an unsecure job site presents to you and

Fall Protection Guardrails – 7 Ways to Prevent Injury and Reduce Risk

The challenge for all contractors is to maintain a reasonable balance between productivity, quality and safety to ensure injury-free work zones. We know when more value is put on schedule and budget with greater emphasis on production, injuries are more likely to occur. Deploying an engineered guardrail system vs. the typical 2x4 guardrail system

By |2022-11-16T18:37:47+00:00June 23rd, 2022|Hilmerson Safety Rail System™, News, PS Not BS|

Safety Guardrails for Construction – 4 Factors to Consider Before You Buy

Light gauge safety guardrails are the old standard for construction fall protection. Particularly, the yellow-painted guardrail is often specified in projects. As safety professionals what we’ve learned during inspections over the years is light gauge painted rails are only dependable in the short-term. They often rust and erode within 5 years and can become

By |2022-11-16T19:13:14+00:00June 2nd, 2022|Hilmerson Safety Rail System™, News, PS Not BS|

New Modular Guardrail System Offers Construction-Grade™ Versatility

Got Fall Hazards? Find Yourself Needing Different Safety Rail Attachment Options to Protect Workers on Your Construction Sites? Leading edges, elevator shafts, excavations, trenches, parapet walls, retaining walls, roofs and access areas all pose different challenges. Or, are you still using 2 x 4’s, wire rope cable or traditional steel rails with single base

By |2022-11-16T18:38:40+00:00April 27th, 2022|Hilmerson Safety Rail System™, News, PS Not BS|

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