Fall Protection

Prevent falls and fall hazards

Fall protection equipment can help protect your workers from falls. This class of personal protective equipment includes harnesses, lanyards, and anchors, each with a specific role in preventing fall hazards, particularly fall from height. Other important fall protection equipment includes tool and hard hat lanyards, used to prevent tools and hard hats from falling onto personnel. Confined space equipment and complete lifeline systems are also available.

Seton offers fall protection equipment manufactured by the most trusted brands in the workplace safety industry such as 3M, Miller, MSA, DBI-Sala, and Protecta.

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  • Miller® Scorpion® Personal Fall Limiters PFL-3-Z7/9FT

    Starting at $186.14

    Each

    Easy Reorder Eligible

  • Miller® GlideLoc® Ladder Systems GG0100E

    Starting at $622.12

    Each

    Easy Reorder Eligible

  • MSA SuretyMan® Rescue Utility Systems SRS15200

    Starting at $1,118.85

    Each

    Easy Reorder Eligible

  • MSA Anthron® Systems SDC726050

    Starting at $388.79

    Each

    Easy Reorder Eligible

  • MSA PRO® Rope Grabs 415940

    Starting at $193.09

    Each

    Easy Reorder Eligible

  • MSA Suretyman® Rescue Utility System SRS15300

    Starting at $1,331.90

    Each

    Easy Reorder Eligible

  • MSA Workman® Web Retractable Lanyard 10093348

    Starting at $152.60

    Each

    Easy Reorder Eligible

  • MSA Suretyman® Rescue Components SRIW1000

    Starting at $49.60

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    Easy Reorder Eligible

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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) classifies fall protection products into four categories: fall arrest, positioning, suspension, retrieval.
1. Fall Arrest: Fall arrest equipment prevents injury or death by rapidly decreasing fall velocity. Some examples of fall arrest equipment include full body harnesses and shock absorbing lanyards.
2. Positioning: Positioning equipment holds a worker in place and keeps his or her hands free to work. Examples of these equipment include body belts.
3. Suspension: Suspension equipment are not designed to arrest a free fall and should be used with a backup fall arrest system. Examples are equipment used in window washing and painting.
4. Retrieval: Retrieval procedures should be part of a facility's proactive management program.