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Nystrom - Roof Hatch Safety RailingDescription: Nystrom’s OSHA compliant Safety Railing is ideal for new and retrofit applications. The safety railing mounts to the existing roof hatch curb counterflash without penetrating the... Babcock-Davis - Roof Hatch Safety RailingDescription: Babcock-Davis' OSHA compliant Safety Railing is ideal for new and retrofit applications. The safety railing mounts to the existing roof hatch curb counterflash without penetrating the... Tractel - Stabilization Anchors Permanent AccessDescription: Stabilization Anchors Permanent Access Model: Stabilization Anchors Permanent Access National Safety Codes require all suspended building maintenance equipment on structures over 130 (150 or 45m in Canada) require intermittent stabilization anchors installed in the façade to provide for wind... J.R. Clancy, Incorporated - Fire CurtainsDescription: Provides a fire rated barrier between the stage and auditorium, as required by the International Building Code (IBC) and other building codes. Brail or Straight Lift styles, to... Wooster Products, Inc. - Flex-Tred® Anti-Slip TapeDescription: Anti-slip from any direction, wet or dry, cuts risks of slips or falls Textures available for barefoot and mop friendly applications Quick and easy to apply. Installs in seconds on any... Little Buildings, Inc. - Machine GuardsDescription: Machinery Guards / Wire Cage Little Buildings also fabricates many different small run items for customers including wire cages, machinery guards, platforms and steps. We paint in-house almost... Lapeyre Stair - Safety GatesDescription: Safety Gates Model: Safety Gates Lapeyre's safety gates provide a precision fit for Lapeyre's alternating tread stairs. Completely reversible, the gate swings 180° and can be attached to the stair handrails or to the platform at the top of the stair. The safety gate is manufactured exclusively... Varco Pruden Buildings - Sky-Web II® Fall ProtectionDescription: Sky-Web II® Fall Protection Model: Sky-Web II® Fall Protection The Sky-Web II® Fall Protection and Insulation Support System is an innovative passive restraint system that protects workers from falls at the leading edge of a roof. It does this by providing a "web" of knotted nylon mesh that is... Kee Safety - KeeGuard Roof Edge Railing SystemDescription: Why use a railing system for fall protection on a low slope roof? What are some other benefits of KeeGuard ® Fall Protection Railing System? Safety recommendations for the protection of maintenance personnel in countries all over the world are moving to a “hierarchy of safety” where collective...