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Edge Fall Protection Announces Release of New Product Promoting Worker Safety

ByArlene Huff

Dec 27, 2022
Edge Fall Protection Announces Release of New Product Promoting Worker Safety

Anywhere, USA – Created in St. Louis Park, MN by owner Michael McCarty out of a need for quality edge safety and protection systems, Edge Fall Protection, LLC thoroughly understands the products they offer. Consulting with clients and focusing on their individual needs, Edge Fall, a TURNKEY partner for roof edge protection and offers specific product solutions for any workplace, done right, and on time.

Existing to create safe solutions for workers, their team specializes in the highest quality equipment designed for fall protection. These solutions are used in commercial buildings and factories, made in the USA by American Welding Society Certified Fabricators.

EDGE Fall Protection announces the release of their new Davit Arm product. It is specifically engineered to safely lower and raise workers and/or equipment from heights or in a confined space. Used in construction, industrial, and maintenance or repair scenarios, a davit is similar to a small crane. It performs a variety of lifting, transporting, and safety operations, and typically consists of two main parts: a davit arm and a base plate or pedestal.

EDGE Fall Protection’s Davit Arm Systems is part of an overall davit fall protection system with options including a freestanding non-penetrating system, wall-mounted spreader bar davit crane, wall-mounted davit crane, or a davit attachment to a steel column or stub column. Each davit crane is rated with 550 pounds capacity and 1,200 pounds fully retracted. Importantly, it is both OSHA and Cal-OSHA approved.

Fall protection is not only critical for keeping workers safe when working at heights or lowering workers into an enclosed space, but required by law. An integral part of temporary or permanent davit systems which are typically used as a part of fall protection, EDGE’s range of davit arm systems is engineered to provide a supporting structure to hoist loads or provide a supporting structure for personal fall arrest systems. 

With various options available, EDGE’s davit arm systems are corrosion-resistant, lightweight, portable, and ideal for an adjustable height fall protection system. With a 4 position boom/extension and mast made of advanced composite material, it can be used with an appropriate safety harness. Their davit system can also be used to safely raise or lower workers and to secure horizontal access.

For jobs requiring the establishment of a davit in one location, a permanent base can be affixed to the floor or the wall, whereas a portable davit arm hoist system can be used for temporary projects. 

Safety is a detail that EDGE takes very seriously. Whether parapet protection, a portable davit arm or other davit systems are needed, EDGE offers four options. The knowledgeable team at EDGE Fall Protection performs an engineering review of the specific building and provides a detailed submittal and calculation package with a state-specific stamp for documentation. They are always available to answer any questions before and after installation.

This means customers can receive detailed installation instructions so the job can be done in-house, but the EDGE team also offers turnkey installations on all of its systems. This means their professional installers can come directly to a job site or facility, anywhere in the USA! 

To learn more, or for a quote on OSHA-compliant worker safety equipment, visit their website or call (844) 314-1374.

Media Contact

Company Name
EdgeFall Protection
Contact Name
Michael McCarty
Phone
(844) 314-1374
Address
6751 Oxford St, Ste B
City
St Louis Park
State
MN
Postal Code
55426
Country
United States
Website
https://edgefallprotection.com/

Arlene Huff

Arlene Huff is the founding member of Golden State Online. Before that She was a general assignment reporter. A native Californian, she graduated from the University of California with a degree in medical anthropology and global health. She currently lives in Los Angeles.