These gasses are dangerous as they can cause death or severe lung damage upon exposure. Additionally, they create a corrosive atmosphere. Maintenance hole covers consist of heavy-duty material, including concrete and cast iron. Such material can withstand harsh chemical exposure. This consideration was present when engineering our hatch safety system. The hardware that attaches to the edges of the opening is stainless steel.
Stainless steel is resilient to harsh environments, such as sewage systems. This prevents the hardware from deteriorating and ensures the longevity of use and safety.
Safety systems in areas with hatch openings are essential to prevent falls whenever working or walking in the area. These settings could include the floor of the roof or the sidewalk outside. No matter the circumstance needs to protect individuals from falling.
A safety net that prevents falls in the middle of an area workers need to access may not sound ideal. But, it is essential to keep in mind that the design of this system provides easy access. The multi-bracket system can hook to the bracket or unhook for easy access. Making this solution effective for all job-sites.
Thus, those who have entered the hatch can do so effectively. In the meantime, those who are monitoring the area from above do not have to worry about falling.
Safety should remain a top priority. Doing so the correct way the first time is the best way to stay effective. This guide allows for a simple visual on determining what safety solution is right for you.