Rigid Lifelines Launches New Fall Protection Website
Date Posted: April 24, 2013
Rigid Lifelines’ new site provides a comprehensive view of the Rigid Lifelines product line, including engineered fall protection systems and a complete line of soft goods and system accessories.
Links to the newest products and innovations, such as XSPlatforms rooftop fall protection systems, the Griffin™, and the Anchor Trolley™ can be found on the homepage.
And now, accessing information is easier than ever thanks to the Rigid Lifelines mobile site which is compatible with: iOS5, Android 2.3x and 3x, and Blackberry OS7+.
The site can now be accessed at any time, from any Internet connected laptop, desktop, smart phone, or tablet.
The Rigid Lifelines website is also one of the best resources for anyone who needs to learn about fall protection in industrial and construction settings.
On the Resources page, users will find: OSHA and ANSI Regulations and Standards, downloadable versions of all Rigid Lifelines literature, a glossary of commonly used terms, and frequently asked questions regarding fall protection.
Industry specific fall protection solutions are offered to make it easier to find a system that meets the needs of any worksite.
And, visitors can browse the only weekly fall protection blog in the industry (“Rigid Ramblings”) or listen to our weekly podcast.
Rigid Lifelines™ is headquartered in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, and is America’s preferred provider of rigid horizontal fall protection systems, rooftop fall protection systems, and accessories.
Rigid Lifelines has over a decade of experience engineering, designing, and testing engineered fall protection systems.
Visit our website and learn why Rigid Lifelines is the Future of Fall Protection™.
To learn more about Rigid Lifelines products, please visit www.rigidlifelines.com.
If you would like to receive any of our promotional literature, please contact Rebecca Mamola, Marketing Coordinator, Rigid Lifelines, at (800) 869-2080 or email@example.com.
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