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New Generation Fall Protection for the Material Handling Industry

Thursday, 19 November 2020 ( #1001 )
Warehouse Design Inc is proud to present their new generation patented fall protection safety harness for material handling operators and users. This revolutionary new design of full body harness and safety vest has been created following the key criteria:
SAFE - SIMPLE - SANITARY - SAVINGS
Next Generation Fall Protection
As our customers say:

"The comfort of the harness is 10 times better than our previous harness." "The new harness is something that never needs to be taken off. This is where we see the biggest time saver." "Extremely important to me to be able to clean and sanitize."

SAFE
  • OSHA & ANSI Z359.11-2014 Approved
  • Multifunctional - Can be used as Class 2 & 3 Safety Vest
  • 99% metal free - reducing electrical arc
  • Ergonomic - Reduces fatigue during wearing
  • Lightweight - 3.5 lbs.
  • Flexible - freely perform task on or off elevated surfaces
  • Body-Cooling material and design
  • Reduces Trauma by evenly distributing body weight at fall arrest
SIMPLE
  • Operator/User Friendly - As easy as zipping up a jacket
  • 1-pt. vs. typical 5-8 pt. connection - Eliminating complicated user manuals & instructions
  • Innovative design provides optimal comfort for both males & females
SANITARY
  • Quick & Easy to Sanitize - machine wash in cold water and air dry
  • 99% Metal free
  • No adjustments - minimized contact surfaces
SAVINGS
  • Increased productivity by decreasing wasted time spent untangling & adjusting
  • Reduce the risk - provide user/operators & management with simple safe solution
Standard Sizes S-XL Multiple Standard Color Options Customized Colors & Special Sizes Available Upon Request
For more information please contact us! Warehouse Design Inc. Email: Jenny or Kim Tel: +1 336.472.0289 (ext 3 for Kim, ext 4 for Jenny) Web: www.warehousedesign.net

Fact of the week

During the 1912 Stockholm Olympics, Japanese athlete Shizo Kanakuri abandoned the marathon but failed to notify race officials. They considered him missing until 1967, when they found he was alive. He was offered the opportunity to complete his run, which he accepted and completed the marathon in 54 years, 8 months, 6 days, 5 hours, 32 minutes and 20.3 seconds.
Inside Rome's Secure Vault for Stolen Art
Some of the art is real, some fake, but all items stored in the vault had a brush with the criminal underworld.

FOR SALE ON MACHINERY-ONQ

Komatsu FD250
Malaysia
Canada Ontario
China
United States California

Fact of the week

During the 1912 Stockholm Olympics, Japanese athlete Shizo Kanakuri abandoned the marathon but failed to notify race officials. They considered him missing until 1967, when they found he was alive. He was offered the opportunity to complete his run, which he accepted and completed the marathon in 54 years, 8 months, 6 days, 5 hours, 32 minutes and 20.3 seconds.
Inside Rome's Secure Vault for Stolen Art
Some of the art is real, some fake, but all items stored in the vault had a brush with the criminal underworld.

FOR SALE ON MACHINERY-ONQ

Kalmar DRD450-60S5
Canada Ontario
Netherlands
Malaysia
Netherlands

Fact of the week

During the 1912 Stockholm Olympics, Japanese athlete Shizo Kanakuri abandoned the marathon but failed to notify race officials. They considered him missing until 1967, when they found he was alive. He was offered the opportunity to complete his run, which he accepted and completed the marathon in 54 years, 8 months, 6 days, 5 hours, 32 minutes and 20.3 seconds.
Inside Rome's Secure Vault for Stolen Art
Some of the art is real, some fake, but all items stored in the vault had a brush with the criminal underworld.