Why do you need edge protection for the bridge?
While bridges make our daily lives easier and safer, building and maintaining bridges creates a long list of potential hazards for workers. Given that much of the work being performed on a bridge involves elevated surfaces, providing fall protection is a top priority.
APAC provides the perfect bridge safety solution, if you need edge fall protection solutions for your project, contact us!
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Passive Fall Protection Systems For Bridge:
There are two main types of passive protection in bridge construction. One is guardrail systems, and the other is edge protection systems. The following different types of them are available for you to choose from：
slab grabber guardrail system
The Slab Grabber guardrail system prevents workers from crossing the slab edge and can be used as an alternative to falling protection or safety net systems.
base guardrail SYSTEM
SAFEGE BOLT DOWN EDGE PROTECTION SYSTEM
The Safedge Bolt Down Edge Protection system combines a socket base, a post, and a mesh barrier. This system can effectively protect the safety of construction.
TG EDGE BRACKET EDGE PROTECTION SYSTEM
The TG Slab Edge Bracket Protection System offers a method of attachment to any suitable vertical surface, connecting with the TG post and TG mesh barrier.
EDGE BRACKET EDGE PROTECTION SYSTEM
An excellent concrete bracket edge protection solution for erecting barrier systems on precast concrete slab edges, timber cassette edges, or precast stair stringer.
SLAB GRAB EDGE PROTECTION SYSTEM
The slab grab edge protection system can be clamped to the slab edges, and the slab clamp is capable of being used both horizontally and vertically.
Active Fall Protection Systems For Bridge:
Active fall protection systems are also known as personal protection systems. As shown below, you can choose what you need.
A strap secures an employee in a manner that distributes fall arrest forces to the thighs, pelvis, waist, chest, and shoulders.
A synthetic or wire rope, rigged from one or more anchors, to which a worker’s lanyard or other parts of a personal fall protection system is attached.
A fall protection anchor acts as a base to attach your retractable or lanyard to when you’re working high.