Miller Fall Clearance App

From Miller Fall Protection by Honeywell…

The great tool you have been using online is NOW available as an app – making it possible to calculate your fall clearance on any mobile device.

  • Real-time fall clearance results with animation
  • Fall clearance calculations at your fingertips
  • Lanyard and SRL calculations, including swing fall
  • Ability to email results
  • Multilingual support in English, Spanish and French with metric conversion
  • Available for download on both Apple and Android devices

Discover the NEW Miller Fall Clearance App!

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Fall Clearance App

It’s never been easier to calculate your fall clearance!

· Real-time fall clearance results with animation

· Fall clearance calculations at your fingertips

· Lanyard and SRL calculations, including swing fall

· Ability to email results

· Multilingual support in English, Spanish and French with metric conversion

· Available for download on both Apple and Android devices

Download on iTunesDownload on Google play

LEARN MORE by visiting us online, download the brochure, or watch a walk-through video showing examples of both lanyard and SRL calculations.

Miller by Honeywell

Miller Fall Protection Fall Clearance Calculator

We’ve talked before on this blog about the “fall clearance” issue. Essentially fall clearance has to do with the distance you need to account for when taking a fall in order not to hit the ground. What this means is that if you are 6 foot tall, wearing a 6 foot lanyard, accounting for stretch and other factors, you will need to have 18 feet off fall clearance as illustrated below.

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Because factors vary (You might be using a self-retracting lifeline or an 8 foot lanyard, for example) each application should be looked at separately and the fall clearance calculated for each instance. Fortunately, Miller Fall Protection has a fall clearance calculator that you can use to determine your fall clearance. Just type in your variables and it’ll give you your fall clearance, illustrated as in the above image.

Great little tool to keep everyone safe!

 


Take the Fall Protection IQ Test

Think you know about fall protection? Up on all the regulations? What about your employees?

There’s a simple way to find out, take the Fall Protection IQ Test by Miller Fall Protection (Miller was recently acquired by Honeywell).

There are 15 questions some simple, some not so simple. Examples are:

At what height are workers required to wear fall protection according to the Federal OSHA Construction standard? (Question # 1)

Or

According to ANSI Z359.13, an energy absorber on a 6 ft. lanyard can deploy up to: (Question # 11)

The questions are multiple choice.

Take the test yourself and have you employees take it. At best it’ll let you know that everyone knows the basics, at worse, it’ll let you know what to focus in on during your next training.

 


Honeywell Safety Products launches new YouTube Video Series

In an effort to deliver the latest in web-based tools to our PPE audience, Honeywell Safety Products has launched a new YouTube channel showcasing safety-related video content. Our videos focus on improving comfort, protection and safety compliance through instructional aids, product demonstrations and informative case studies. This channel was created to provide you with easy access to PPE solutions and encourage safety management. 

Making Safety Personal
In collaboration with Baker Concrete and Total E&P France, Honeywell Safety Products launched a new ‘Making Safety Personal’ video series. This series explores the function of safety management in demanding work environments – from an elevated railway at Miami International airport to a natural gas extraction in Lacq, France. Each video examines personal protection from the perspective of everyday workers, providing real-world examples of how customers benefit from our full range of PPE solutions.

The “Making Safety Personal” YouTube Video series includes 6 different videos to date. They include:

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Making Safety Personal: Construction Safety Baker Concrete

1:12

Making Safety Personal: Carpenter Foreman safety profile with Baker Concrete

1:06

Making Safety Personal: Patch Specialist safety profile with Baker Concrete

2:39

Making Safety Personal: Gas Extraction Total E&P France

1:15

Making Safety Personal: Production Technician safety profile with Total E&P France

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Making Safety Personal: Operator safety profile with Total E&P France