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Manufacturing Plant, Roof Safety Project, February 2020

To bring this manufacturing plant into OSHA compliance, the EH&S Manager contacted Safety Rail Source for its expertise to recommend, supply and install proper fall protection solutions. Through on-site visits, satellite images and many discussions with both teams, Safety Rail Source designed, delivered and installed the most cost-effective solution.

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Jacksonville Electric Authority (JEA) Water Treatment Plant, October 2019

JEA needed OSHA compliant roof edge fall protection railing on one of its buildings. The first challenge was to provide a system that would withstand the corrosive environment of the Water Treatment Plant and its deteriorating effect on metal railing. The second challenge was the need to install a free-standing, non-penetrating railing system that would not break the roof membrane.

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Jacksonville Electric Authority (JEA) Power Plant, September 2019

JEA needed OSHA compliant roof edge fall protection railing to protect HVAC workers. There were 3 areas of concern. The first was that the HVAC equipment was less than 15’ from the roof edge. The second challenge was the corrosive environment and its deteriorating effect on metal railing. The third challenge was the desire to install a free-standing, non-penetrating railing system. 

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RENT SCAFFOLD, RENT RAILING (FICTITIOUS NAME, REAL CASE), April 2019

NextGen 3000 OSHA Compliant portable guardrails were purchased by Scaffold Rental Company as a trial. Contractors loved them for their ease of use, light weight and transportability. Over the next 8 months, Scaffold Rental Company purchased about $180,000 ofa NextGen 3000 railing to rent and sell. The additional revenue generated estimated is more than $60,000. So, in addition to satisfying their customers’ needs, Scaffold Rental Company also created a new revenue stream using the NextGen 3000 Railing System.

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UCLA FALL PROTECTION, February 2019

There is mechanical equipment on the rooftop that is less than 15’ from the roof edge. OSHA mandates fall protection at these points on the roof.

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EMBASSY SUITES, January 2019

Two vaulted skylights located on the roof of the reception area did not have fall protection. OSHA mandates that all skylights are protected to ensure safe working conditions on the roof. Each skylight measured 77’ x 26’.

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