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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

Elementor #2116

Fall Prevention & Protection in Construction is Good For The Bottom Line If you invested one dollar that returned four dollars that would be a pretty good investment.  That’s why we are constantly amazed that some framing contractors ignore fall prevention for their employees. Anyone in the trade knows that construction can be a dangerous

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Safety at JL Schwieters

JL Schwieters is a leading construction company based in Hugo, Minnesota.  They specialize in the construction of nearly every building imaginable.  From single family homes to office buildings and everything in between. Safety on the jobsite and containment of insurance premiums has been a priority of JL Schwieters since its founding over 40 years ago. 

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The Safety Pole Gen3 Debuts During National Stand Down For Safety Week

Third Generation of the Safety Pole Comes on Company’s 20th Anniversary It was OSHA’s Stand-Down for Safety to Prevent Falls in Construction Week. So what better time to make the first public introduction of the latest generation of the Safety Pole? The Safety Pole Gen3 was unveiled to safety committee members from several subcontractors at

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The Evolution of the Safety Pole Fall Protection System

Happy Birthday Safety Pole: The Evolution of the Safety Pole Fall Protection System Our Humble Beginnings 2022 marks the 20th year of operation for the Safety Pole Company. The Safety Pole Company originated from motivation by Gary Franke, a successful framer in southern California, to make fall protection in construction more efficient for his multiple

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ICG Wins National Award For Using The Safety Pole

ICG Wins National Award For Using The Safety Pole The National Framers Council recently hosted a photo contest to support OSHA’s 2021 National Safety Stand Down initiative.  This was the 8th annual national event aimed at stopping preventable construction fall-related fatalities across the country.  Building framers were encouraged to participate in safety-focused activities and send

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