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New patent-pending EdgeHalt® Ladder Safety Gates are now the safest safety gates on the market. Their innovative Slam-Proof™ technology closes each gate in a quiet, controlled manner. Plus, they have been tested to the OSHA, ANSI and Canada COHS standards and exceed the loading requirement by two times.

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PS SAFETY ACCESS™: WE WON’T LET YOU DOWN

Our PS Safety Access™ product offering is a complete line of safety and fall-protection products that help to keep employees safe and increase material handling efficiency. Simply put, our safety products are built to ensure that users get to go home every night after their work is done. These industrial safety gates provide protection against the everyday workplace dangers that can injure personnel and hinder productivity. A safe worker is a better worker, and our products prove it.

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Fantastic addition to your lineup. Love the innovation and applicability of having adjustability to a gate. I believe this not only helps reduce current selling SKUs but also makes it easier for the end-user when making their selection. Overall, the Slam-Proofؑ™ Technology and adjustability add excellent value to your offering.
– Matthew (Distributor)

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PS Safety Access™ Case Study: CHI St. Alexius Health
PS Safety Access™ Case Study: CHI St. Alexius Health
CHI St. Alexius Health in Bismarck, North Dakota, was struggling with a safety solution that was causing a problem of its own. The busy regional hospital was employing gates on various stairwells in order to keep patients and staff safe, but the gates themselves closed with a deafening "clang" that echoed through the building. CHI St. Alexius needed gates that did their job without disrupting staff or patients.

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PROVEN SOLUTIONS: The Build America, Buy American (BABA) And American Iron And Steel (AIS) Provisions And How They Impact Doors, Safety Gates And Hatches
PROVEN SOLUTIONS: The Build America, Buy American (BABA) And American Iron And Steel (AIS) Provisions And How They Impact Doors, Safety Gates And Hatches
The idea of American governing bodies requiring that materials used in publicly funded projects originate in the United States is not a new one. In fact, the original Buy American Act originated in 1933, requiring federal agencies to purchase “domestic end products” and use “domestic construction materials.” This act has been amended multiple times over the past 90 years or so, including revisions in the late 1970s and the Build America, Buy America (BABA) Act introduced in 2021 (and taking effect in 2022). How do these regulations govern the inclusion of doors in a project? Read on for more information.

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