Bucket Truck Fall Protection

In 2014, OSHA changes required users in an aerial lift to use either a Fall Arrest or Fall Restraint system. Fall Arrest System must not allow worker to free fall more than six feet or contact a lower level. Fall Restraint System (ideal for Linemen working on power lines) must keep worker from falling any distance whatsoever. Learn more about …

Ladder Fall Protection

At Buckingham Manufacturing, we have seen a steady increase in the need for ladder fall protection and ladder stabilization. While OSHA hasn’t mandated any specific systems to protect against fall at this point in time, we have created products to suit our customers’ need to stay safe while on ladders. The Buckingham Ladder Tether (BLT) creates a ladder mounted lifeline …

Arborist OSHA Update

As you may have seen from TCIA’s recent alert, OSHA put tree care employers on notice that conventional body/waist belts and lanyards used for fall arrest in aerial/compact lifts would no longer be acceptable as of January 17, 2017. What this means for you is that if you are still providing body/waist belts and lanyards for your aerial lift/compact lift …