Improving Health & Safety practices for people working at height

A snapshot of fall protection leaders Capital Safety

Read this article to learn:

  • The Health & Safety culture in Africa
  • The key components of a fall protection plan and PPE
  • The inadequacy of cage ladders compared to permanently installed vertical life lines < Global Health & Safety standards

Worldwide fall protection leaders Capital Safety introduce us to the key elements of a fall protection plan, and the personal protective equipment necessary to ensure tower climbers return home safely from every job. TowerXchange: Please introduce yourself and Capital Safety – what role do you play in the telecoms infrastructure ecosystem? Denis Perotti, Export Director…

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