i2K AIRPAD: WHY DO
YOU NEED FALL PROTECTION

i2kairpad Why Do I Need Fall Protection

Why Do I Need Fall Protection?

According to OSHA in 2012, there were 806 worker
fatalities on construction sites. 279 of the 806 (35%) were due to falls.

What makes these figures all the more tragic? These were preventable deaths.

Fall protection is a multi-faceted concept with many solutions. It’s unthinkable to not implement at least one of them on a job site. But really, it’s equally unthinkable not to implement multiple solutions. Because, the repercussions for just being “safe enough” are irreversible.

That’s why we’re proud to offer i2k AirPads fall protection system with patented ZeroShock impact technology. Just putting an AirPad on your job site, with no other fall protection in place, can save lives. Combining our AirPads with other methods of fall protection… that’s more than just peace of mind.

i2kairpad Why Do I Need Fall Protection

Why Do I Need Fall Protection?

According to OSHA in 2012, there were 806 worker fatalities on construction sites. 279 of the 806 (35%) were due to falls.

What makes these figures all the more tragic? These were preventable deaths.

Fall protection is a multi-faceted concept with many solutions. It’s unthinkable to not implement at least one of them on a job site. But really, it’s equally unthinkable not to implement multiple solutions. Because, the repercussions for just being “safe enough” are irreversible.

That’s why we’re proud to offer i2k AirPads fall protection system with patented ZeroShock impact technology. Just putting an AirPad on your job site, with no other fall protection in place, can save lives. Combining our AirPads with other methods of fall protection… that’s more than just peace of mind.

Fall Protection Safety Testing

150 lb Weight Dropped on an AirPad.
See What Happens

Fall Protection Safety Testing

225 lbs Weight Dropped on an AirPad from 75 feet.
See What Happens
Get a quote now on a standard or custom AirPad.

Not ready to buy? We can also arrange for fall protection rentals in some parts of the USA. Contact us for details

BE FULLY OSHA 1926.501 COMPLIANT

Construction companies, and so many other organizations, industries, and verticals, must abide by Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements for fall protection.

Not only is full compliance good practice for simple safety best practices, but it also means avoiding hefty fines and further ramifications.

1926.501 – Duty to have fall protection
Each employee who is constructing a leading edge 6 feet (1.8 m) or more above lower levels shall be protected from falling by guardrail systems, safety net systems, or personal fall arrest systems.

i2k AirPads are fully compliant with the OSHA regulations for fall protection systems. When combined with other safety fall protection systems, such as harnesses, you will be far above and beyond government expectations, which protects you as a business owner and you as an employee.

BE FULLY OSHA 1926.501 COMPLIANT

Construction companies, and so many other organizations, industries, and verticals, must abide by Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements for fall protection. Not only is full compliance good practice for simple safety best practices, but it also means avoiding hefty fines and further ramifications.

1926.501 – Duty to have fall protection
Each employee who is constructing a leading edge 6 feet (1.8 m) or more above lower levels shall be protected from falling by guardrail systems, safety net systems, or personal fall arrest systems.

i2k AirPads are fully compliant with the OSHA regulations for fall protection systems. When combined with others fall protection systems, such as harnesses, you will be far above and beyond government expectations, which protects you as a business owner and you as an employee.

Contact us for a quote, or for more information
on how Trail-AirPads can help your business with OSHA fall protection requirements.