How to Keep Your Tools from Falling When Working at Heights
19 Mar 2020 Safety Supplies
Knowing how to keep your tools from falling when working at heights can help protect workers from being injured on the worksite. At EFAS, they know how important it is to choose the right fall protection equipment for your specific tools. That is why they carry a range of different fall protection equipment.
3-Pack Speed Clip with Choke on Loop
A 3-pack speed clip with choke on loop comes equipped with multiple components that can be connected to your tools with the help of captive eye holes. This apparatus is comprised of an elastic choke cord and cord lock that can support a maximum tool weight of 5 pounds.
10-Pack Tape-on with D-ring (5306A10)
This type of 10-pack tape-on with D-ring can tether common hand tools with the help of its captive eye holes. You can also separately buy a no-heat tool tape that is half-an-inch wide and two-and-a-half-inches long. This apparatus can support a maximum tool weight of 2 pounds.
10-Pack Choke-on with D-Ring
A 10-pack choke-on with D-ring helps tether common hand tools with the help of captive eye holes. This apparatus is comprised of an elastic choke cord, cord lock, and D-ring that is one-inch wide and eleven-inches long with a maximum tool weight of 5 pounds.
5-Pack Speed Clip with Steel Carabiner
A 5-pack speed clip with steel carabiner uses tethers and a wrist anchor system to secure the tools in place. Its steel screw gate carabiner can support up to 5 pounds of tool weight.
10-Pack Tape-on with D-Ring (5102A10)
This type of 10-pack tape-on with D-ring helps tether common hand tools without captive eye holes. A no-heat tool tape of half-inch width and three-and-a-half-inches length is required for this apparatus to work properly. The maximum tool bearing capacity of this apparatus is 2 pounds.
10-Pack Choke-on with Swivel D-Ring
Comprising of choke-on-loop attachments that can tether common handheld tools with the help of captive eye holes, the maximum tool weight of this apparatus is 5 pounds.
If you would like to learn more about how to keep your tools from falling when working at heights, or if you are interested in their selection of fall protection equipment, please contact EFAS at 604-294-EFAS or toll free at 1-833-294-EFAS or by filling out a contact form on their website. Their expert team members would love to help you create a safer working environment.