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One System - the Safety Pole System -
Meets Your Fall Protection Framing Needs

Used by builders across the USA, the all-new, patented Safety Pole System meets OSHA's requirements for fall arrest and protects workers during all phases of the framing process.

Whether installing the exterior walls, setting the roof trusses, sheathing the roof, or installing fascia, the Safety Pole System provides one simple, convenient, and complete solution to meet your requirements for fall arrest.

Additionally, our product is cost-effective. No longer do you continually need to stock, repair, and replace over 30 different scaffolding parts. No longer does it take you a full day to complete the setup and take-down processes.

Safety Pole gets your workers home safely
today and back on the job tomorrow
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Residential Fall Protection System
When you are looking for a better way to protect your employees from falls during the framing stage of building a house — the Safety Pole System is the answer.
Commercial
Projects
As a general contractor or large-volume framer, you are in the OSHA and insurance industry spotlight. Safety Pole Systems are designed to protect your business from unnecessary liability costs.
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Reduce Insurance Costs
Falls from great heights resulting from lack of or improper fall protection specifically in regards to the framing process, plague the wood frame construction industry.

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Our fall protection device is perfect for framers, contractors, and other building professionals to use while on the job.
See how it can be used on job sites by viewing the images in our Safety Pole gallery.

Meets OSHA Fall Protection Requirements for Residential Construction

On December 16, 2010, OSHA issued STD 03-11-002, Compliance Guidance for Residential Construction, which rescinds STD 03-00-001, Interim Fall Protection Compliance Guidelines for Residential Construction, and provides that OSHA will be enforcing 29 CFR 1926.501(b)(13) for all residential construction work.

The Latest News

Self Retracting Lifeline (SRL)

SRLs-The Essential Guide

Choosing the Right SRL-The Essential Guide Introduction: https://www.safetypole.com/Working at heights presents inherent risks, making it essential to prioritize safety measures that effectively prevent falls and reduce fall distances. In this article, we will explore the significance of self-retracting lifelines (SRLs) within the Safety Pole System. We will delve into the various types of SRLs, their

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Innovative Construction Group (ICG)

Safety Pole Saves Worker

Safety Pole Saves Another Worker At ICG On July 31, 2023 a worker at Innovative Construction Group fell off a roof at a jobsite.  Fortunately, his fall was stopped due to his fall arrest harness that was attached to the Safety Pole. The worker was tied off to the Safety Pole utilizing the D-Ring as

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Welcome Mat for OSHA

Break Out Your Welcome Mat

Break Out Your Welcome Mat OSHA Is Stopping By Don’t be surprised if you have more OSHA inspections than usual come July.  A recent article in The National Law Review reports that in May the U.S. Department of Labor announced that OSHA is launching a “National Emphasis Program” (NEP) to prevent or reduce workplace falls,

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Legal costs of fall protection

Inadequate Fall Protection-The Legal Side

The Jury Is In. The Legal Cost of a Fall on the Job Construction work is dangerous.  More injuries occur in the construction trade than any other profession.  And the most common injury to occur on a construction job are falls.  The legal costs for non-compliance can be substantial. If there is inadequate or no

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The Benefits of an Overhead Fall Protection System in Construction

The Benefits of Overhead Fall Protection in Construction Overhead fall protection systems have become increasingly popular in the building industry in recent years, and for good reason. Falls are one of the leading causes of workplace injuries and fatalities, and the construction industry has some of the highest rates of these incidents. According to the

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Genesis Framing

No Merry Xmas For This Washington State Framing Contractor A framing contractor in Washington state has been fined nearly $400,000 by the State Department of Labor and Industries for providing inadequate fall protection…again. Genesis Framing Construction owner Cecilio Solorio faces the fines for nine violations.  But he should be used to it by now.  He

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