Frequently Asked Questions
Learn more about the NoFalls System by reviewing our most common customer questions
Can I leave the NoFalls System installed while driving?
Yes, the NoFalls System can be left up while driving, provided the straps are tightened. It is important to routinely check and evenly tighten the straps to ensure they are secure.
Is the NoFalls System designed to restrain freight from falling off the Trailer?
No. The NoFalls System is not designed to restrain or stop freight from falling off the trailer. It is designed as a personal fall prevention system, in accordance with the OSHA 1910.28 standard.
What does OSHA 1910.28 mean?
OSHA Standard 1910.28 requires the employer must ensure that each employee on a walking-working surface with an unprotected side or edge that is 4 feet (1.2 m) or more above a lower level is protected from falling.
What are the straps rated for weight and break strength?
Each strap is manufacturer rated at a workload of 1,467 lbs. and a break strength of 4,400 lbs.
Is the NoFalls System warranted against damage during loading or unloading?
No. It is not warranted against misuse and/or damage directly caused by freight and/or commercial loading equipment (cranes, loaders, forklifts, etc.)
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