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Our latest series of snap hooks (N-5263) was engineered and developed at the request of a client in the utility industry. It was designed to mate specifically with the climbing rungs on utility and communication poles or towers to eliminate the roll-out hazard posed by conventional snap hooks. It is constructed of lightweight materials rated for 5000 lbs with a dual-locking gate rated for 3600 lbs and is OSHA and ANSI compliant.

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Introducing Our New N-5263 Utility Snap Hook

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Started by Jack Lingner Apr 18, 2013.

DOES YOUR FALL PROTECTION MEET THE MINIMUM FEDERAL FALL PROTECTION STANDARD?

Does a manufacturer required anchor point elevation of 18½ feet preclude the use of a shock absorbing lanyard in aerial lifts? On January14, 2009 Noah Connell, Acting Director, Directorate of…Continue

Tags: federal standard, falls, OSHA, ANSI, manbasket

Started by Mark Dennington May 7, 2009.

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