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  • Choosing the Right Tripod Rescue System for Confined Space
    July 5, 2024 Corby Amos

    Choosing The Right Tripod Rescue System

    Why is it so difficult to pick the right confined space entry contractors kit? How much is too much? Do I really need all this stuff - rescue tripods, blowers, gas detectors? We want to help. In this post, we go over the differences between confined space kits. We give you the info you need so you can make more informed choices.
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  • Manhole Safety OSHA Requirements
    May 31, 2024 Corby Amos

    Manhole Safety OSHA Requirements

    OSHA has specific requirements for manholes and the removal of manhole covers. Even before a manhole cover is removed, these relevant OSHA requirements come in to play. What are these manhole entry requirements? How does one comply with them?
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Safety Equipment Distributor | Major Safety

Major Safety's goal as a safety product distributor is to use our over 50 years of experience in confined space safety to provide you the best service, product knowledge, and safety equipment supplies on the web. Our expertise and safety equipment supplies run through all facets of confined space entry: tripod rescue systems, winches, davit arms, gas detection, and fall protection. Since our founding in 1971, we've encountered and provided equipment for hundreds of customized solutions. Our gas detector repair center has repaired thousands of gas monitors. Our custom designed confined space rescue systems, like the M-CSKit-25 tripod system or the CSK-F-G4-A all-in-one confined space kit attest to our innovation. Put our experience in advising and supplying contractors, municipalities, wastewater plants, manufacturing plants, and safety product distributors to work for you. All this means we are the best value on the web. Be sure to check out our OSHA Safety Equipment Education Blog for lots of helpful information!