CAI Safety System’s goal is to provide you with an OSHA compliant fall protection system for your roof, truck, railcar or any elevated surface to keep you safe and productive.
Our OSHA complaint fall protection products range from passive systems like guardrails and gates to active fall arrest and restraint systems like anchor points and horizontal lifelines.
Correctly identifying the fall hazard, recommending practical solutions, engineering a system, installation, training and annual inspection are backed by 20 years of expertise and experience.
A system is only as effective as the person who is trained to properly use, maintain and inspect it. CAI offers onsite training for fall awareness, train the trainer, and equipment inspector.
Our engineers have a wealth of experience to determine the type of system that will be the most practical to engineer, manufacture, install and use for your custom OSHA & ANSI compliant needs.
Our building mounted and freestanding horizontal lifelines and anchor can be used in overcoming the challenges of your truck, railcar, aircraft, bus, roof, earth mover, and other applications.
We have provided safety solutions ranging from workers unloading a product from a truck to mechanics working on top of the most sophisticated fighter jet. Our diverse experience provides a solution for workers on various applications.
We have in-house turnkey capabilities for site assessment, engineering, fabrication, installation and certification services. Industries serviced include aerospace, defense, refinery, food processing, pharmaceuticals, construction.
CAI Safety Systems has over a twenty year track record of helping companies like yours comply with OSHA and ANSI standards including the 2017 Walking-Working Surface Regulation. Effective January 2017, OSHA published rule 29 CFR 1910 on Walking and Working Surfaces with some compliance dates gradually phased in. Covers General Industry workplaces and covers all walking-working surfaces, which include horizontal and vertical surfaces such as floors, stairs, roofs, ladders, ramps, scaffolds and elevated walkways.