Why Outriggers Are Important

Why Outriggers Are Important

Architectural GuardrailsAndrew Miller
Using outriggers or returns at the starts/ends potentially can reduce liability exposure if an incident occurs.  Specifying outriggers on each starts/ends of the railing systems provide the three important ways to help reduce a potential liability exposure if such an event occurred.
Getting an "A-Grade" for Safer Schools, Classrooms, Dorms, and Buses

Getting an "A-Grade" for Safer Schools, Classrooms, Dorms, and Buses

air purificationAndrew Miller
CASPR Co-Founder and CEO/CTO, Dr Christophe Suchy and Director of Distributor Success, Craig Bohall, discuss in a 2 minute video how CASPR's unique and innovative surface + air disinfection technology is particularly helpful in making the education environment safe for students and staff.  This video is particularly timely as we head back-to-school and back into the flu season.
Making "Doors to Nowhere" Safe and Useful

Making "Doors to Nowhere" Safe and Useful

Active Fall ProtectionAndrew Miller
How to use a mezzanine door pallet gate to protect a "door to nowhere" situation on upper or mezzanine level while still allowing material to be passed through the opening.
How Proptech is Rapidly Evolving (post) Pandemic

How Proptech is Rapidly Evolving (post) Pandemic

Construction TechnologyAndrew Miller
A changing landscape is emerging of how the human built environment is adjusting to new work requirements and safety is a high priority when dealing with the lasting effects of the recent pandemic.  New Proptech [property technology] like CASPR and AXIS are emerging that will change how buildings are designed and used in the future.
Safety Equipment: Is It Safe to Buy Used? - Dakota Safety

Safety Equipment: Is It Safe to Buy Used?

BollardsAndrew Miller

Safety equipment is a necessity for your employees and for your company. As a business owner or facility manager, you’re responsible for purchasing equipment to protect your employees from falls and other dangerous working situations. Additionally, you are responsible for providing services that keep your building free from hazards.