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Strict Conformance Warning - Active & Passive Fall Protection Systems

"!! CAUTION !! This is a fall protection system. The system must be used in strict conformance with the manufacturer’s instructions. You can download the system manuals from the 'Downloads' tab on each product page OR provided to you in the proposal and order emails. Failure to do so may result in serious injury or death.

In the case of tie-off systems (active systems), do not use or operate this system unless you are properly trained. You are also encouraged to contact us in case of any questions."

If perimeter platforms cannot be used, active systems can be installed, requiring the workers to don harnesses and connect to an overhead system. Active fall protection system options consist of fixed-point anchors, horizontal lifelines and conventional beam and trolley systems each attached to the existing overhead structure.

It is crucial that the authorized person/user of this equipment read and understand these instructions. In addition, federal law requires employers to ensure that all users are trained in the proper installation, use, inspection, and maintenance of fall protection equipment. Fall protection training should be an integral part of a comprehensive safety program.

Proper use of fall arrest systems can save lives and reduce the potential of serious injuries from a fall. The user must be aware that forces experienced during the arrest of a fall or prolonged suspension may cause bodily injury. Consult a physician if there is any question about the user’s ability to use this product. Pregnant women and minor children must not use this product.

According to OSHA, all workers exposed to falls should be trained by a competent person to recognize fall hazards and to be familiar with available control methods and equipment.

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1.2.1 This standard addresses only personal fall arrest systems (PFAS) incorporating full body harnesses. Whenever the term “system” is used in the standard if refers to a personal fall arrest system.

3.1.2 When subjected to tests contained in 4.2, a personal fall arrest system in which a full body harness is used shall produce a maximum arrest force (MAF) of not more than 1,800 pounds (8.0kN) and shall bring the fall to a complete stop with a deceleration distance of not more than 42 inches (1,067 mm). In suspension, after the fall is arrested, the angle at rest which the vertical centerline of the test torso makes with the vertical shall not exceed 30 degrees. Snap Hooks and carabiners shall be self closing and self locking and shall be capable of being opened only by at least two consecutive deliberate actions. The harness shall provide support for the body across the lower chest, over the shoulders and around the thighs when a tensile load is applied to the fall arrest attachment elements. The harness, when properly fitted and used, shall prevent fall-out. The fall arrest attachment shall be located at the back (dorsal) position. When energy absorbers are dynamically tested in accordance with, the maximum arrest force shall not exceed 900 lbs. (4 kN). Static Strength- When tested in accordance with, the SRL shall withstand a tensile load of 3,000 pounds (13.3 kN) statically applied directly to the point of SRL line connection to the SRL drum. Dynamic Performance- When tested in accordance with, the SRL shall lock and remain locked until released. The arrest distance shall not exceed 54 inches (1,372 mm). Maximum arrest force shall not exceed 1,800 pounds (8kN).

5.1.2 The legibility and attachment of required markings shall endure for the life of the component, subsystem, or system being marked.

5.3.1 Instructions shall be provided to the user, printed in English, and affixed to the equipment at the time of shipment from the manufacturer.

Construction and Demolition Operations: Requirements for Safety Belts, Harnesses, Lanyards & Lifelines for Construction and Demolition A10.14-1991
Ladders – Fixed – Safety Requirements A14.3-1992
Safety Requirements for Confined Spaces Z117.1-1989
Safety Requirements for Personal Fall Arrest Systems, Subsystems and Components Z359.1-1992

ANSI Fall ProtectionThe American National Standards Institute (ANSI), founded in 1918, coordinates the development of voluntary safety standards in the fall protection industry. Representing more than 3.5 million professionals ANSI is comprised of government agencies, organizations, academic and international bodies, and individuals. ANSI Fall Protection regulations are not law, but do provide guidelines that are frequently so practical and essential that they are adopted by OSHA and enforced legally.

ANSI Fall Protection consensus standard was originally published in 1992, and was aimed at providing safety requirements for personal fall arrest systems, subsystems and components. One of the most important issues they have brought to the forefront is the elimination of hazards in the fall protection products themselves. And each time ANSI undergoes a revision, they hold the manufacturers of fall protection products to a higher standard. For example, a connector gate face that was previously compliant at 220 lbs. now is held to 3,600 lbs. This ensures employers and employees that they not only have the highest quality products, but, as a result, the safest workplaces.

ANSI Fall Protection also provides standards for workplace training and appropriate methods for developing a fall protection plan. No other country has such a detailed and comprehensive standard that is specific to fall protection.

Our ANSI compliant Fall Protection, Fall Arrest, and Fall Restraint Systems, including our Fall Protection Training & Services, have been designed to provide ease of handling, installation and use without compromising safety.

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Subpart E, Personal Protective Equipment

— Safety Belts, Lifelines and Lanyards

— Safety Nets



Subpart L, Scaffolding

— Boatswain’s Chair



Subpart M, Fall Protections

— Scope, Application and Definitions

— Duty to Have Fall Protection

— Fall Protection Systems Criteria and Practices

— Training Requirements





Subpart R, Steel Erection

— Fall Protection

Subpart D, Walking/Working Surfaces
— Fixed Ladder, Ladder Safety Devices
— Safety Requirements for Scaffolding, Boatswain’s Chair
1910.27 (d) (5)
(j) (4)
Subpart I, Personal Fall Arrest Systems Proposed
Subpart F, Powered Platforms and Building Maintenance 1910.66
Subpart J, Permit – Required Confined Space 1910.146
Subpart R, Special Industries 1910.267
— Agricultural Operations
— Telecommunications
— Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution

Regulation Summary: Walking-Working Surfaces and Personal Protective Equipment (Fall Protection Systems); OSHA’s Final Rule – December, 2016

General Industry 29 CFR 1910: On November 17, 2016, OSHA published its final rule on Walking and Working Surfaces. The 513 page copy from the Federal Register can be downloaded at:

Who and what does the final rule cover?

The final rule applies to all 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. The final rule also has provisions affecting fall protection systems.

The final rule covers a wide variety of general industry entities, including building management services, utilities, warehousing, retail, window cleaning, chimney sweeping and outdoor advertising. It does not change construction or agricultural standards.

Effective Date: This final rule becomes effective on January 17, 2017. Some requirements in the final rule have compliance dates established after the effective date. This allows time for employers to implement the standard.

OSHA Fall Protection LogoSince 1970 the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has been on mission to prevent workplace illness, injuries and fatalities by enforcing safety standards. OSHA exists, as a part of the federal Department of Labor, to create a better working environment for all Americans.

When you learn that falls are, historically, the leading cause of fatalities in the construction industry, the reason for OSHA Fall Protection regulations becomes self-evident. But in addition to the direct effect of a hazard on a worker, the costs associated with workplace injury, including workers’ compensation payments, can be among the most devastating to an employer’s bottom line. These things come together to emphasize the need to prevent falls before they happen.

For general industry, OSHA requires fall protection beginning at a height of four feet. In construction, fall protection is required above six feet. Protection must also be provided any time an employee must work above hazardous equipment or machinery, regardless of the distance. Employers are responsible to determine the locations where fall protection is required, make sure that proper protection systems are provided, and finally to implement employee training in their use.

Compliance with OSHA Fall Protection regulations requires the right tool for the right job. Here at CAI Safety, we not only provide you with everything from off-the-shelf protection equipment to customized solutions, but we can also take care of your training and certification needs.

Our OSHA compliant Fall Protection, Fall Arrest, and Fall Restraint Systems, including our Fall Protection Training & Services, have been designed to provide ease of handling, installation and use without compromising safety.

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All orders are subject to written acceptance by CAI. This acknowledgement and the purchase order of the purchaser constitute the entire agreement of purchase and sale between the parties. Should any of the terms and conditions of purchaser's order be in conflict with or in any way inconsistent with the terms and conditions herein, the same shall not be considered applicable to this agreement of purchase and sale. No waiver, alteration or modification of any of the provisions herein shall be binding upon CAI, unless in writing and signed by an executive of CAI, at Corona, California.

Above Terms and Conditions pertain to the products offered by CAI USA, 555 Monica Circle, Corona CA 92880. CAI products are designed to perform as a complete system. CAI, therefore reserves the right to refuse orders for individual components not intended for use in the complete system.

CAI warrants to the original end user ("End User") that its products are free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service. This warranty extends for the lifetime of the product from the date the product is purchased by the End User, in new and unused condition, from a CAI authorized distributor. CAI's entire liability to End User and End User's exclusive remedy under this warranty is limited to the repair or replacement in kind of any defective product within its lifetime (as CAI in its sole discretion determines and deems appropriate). No oral or written information or advice given by CAI, its distributors, directors, officers, agents or employees shall create any different or additional warranties or in any way increase the scope of this warranty. CAI will not accept liability for defects that are the result of product abuse, misuse, alteration or modification, or for defects that are due to a failure to install, maintain, or use the product in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.


Purchaser will not pay or transfer anything of value to any government official or employee to unlawfully or improperly sell CAI products or services.

California State Laws shall govern. Any legal action based on an order must be filed in a court of competent jurisdiction in California.

From and after the delivery of goods covered, hereby to a common carrier, or other carrier specified by purchaser, all risk of damage to such goods shall be upon purchaser and the carrier. All damage claims shall be made to the carrier by purchaser; however, CAI will assist insofar as practical in securing satisfactory adjustment of said claims.

Claims for shortages or errors in delivery must be made within ten (10) days after receipt of goods and all other claims must be made within one (1) year thereafter.

Both Authorization and a Return Number must be issued by the factory on all returns. Credit will not be issued for custom built items. Only unused, stock items with a purchase date of two (2) months or less will be considered for return. Authorized returns will only be accepted for credit toward future purchases from CAI, less a minimum 15% restocking charge or other handling charges, or costs. For returns, ensure return number is visibly marked on the exterior of all packages. Customer will be advised by CAI for returns.

The Purchaser of product intended for shipment outside the U.S. is responsible for compliance with all applicable U.S. laws, regulations, and export requirements. Purchaser is also responsible for compliance with any local laws or standards applicable to the import of CAI products.

CAI Safety Systems is happy to match most United States based competitor’s current online advertised prices on identical items we carry in our online store. Excludes custom engineered systems.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's):

What is a “United States based competitor”?
A United States based competitor refers to a brick and mortar business located in the continental United States of America.

What is a “current online advertised price”?
A current online advertised price refers to the price for products shown in the competitor’s online store. The price must be valid when you present it. The price must be for an online purchase.

What is an “identical item”?
An identical item refers to an item that is the same brand, style, color, quantity, size, model number, weight, etc. We reserve the right to verify the competitor’s advertised price, item specifications, and availability.

What type of proof do I need to provide?
Please email us the competitor’s web page, so we can see the entirety of the item description and pricing information.

What if I already made my purchase?
Depending on where your order is in our pipeline it may not be possible to price match an order that has already been processed. Call us to find out what we can do for you.

Are there any other guidelines or limitations?

We do not match the following types of pricing:
- A competitor’s free, special, or bundled offers, rebates, clearance or closeout prices.
- A competitor’s prices on damaged or used merchandise.
- Sales tax promotions.
- Prices for services.
- Coupon-required or gift card offers.
- Competitor’s private label price promotions.
- Prices or discounts associated with credit cards.

We also do not honor the following types of ads:
- Ads where the original price or the sale price cannot be determined from the ad.
- Expired Ads.
- Ads with misprinted prices or associated with an ad disclaimer.

All products and prices are subject to change without prior notice.

All prices are Freight On Buyer (F.O.B.) shipping point.

Our online Credit Card Processing Fee is charged at 2.9% excluding tax.

If you choose to process this order without the use of our online payment portal, a 10% service charge will be added on orders below $500 and a 5% service charge will be added on orders over $500.

CAI DOES NOT COLLECT SALES TAX if our customers have a tax exemption or if we have your exemption certificate on file. At Checkout, you are given the option to Add your Tax Exempt Certificate. For returning customers who have already added their Tax Exempt Certificate at checkout, will be able to Edit or Delete their certificate.

SUBMITTING YOUR TAX EXEMPT CERTIFICATE: When applying Tax Exempt Certificates with your order on our Online Store Checkout page, CAI does not charge Sales Tax to our customers for that order. Once we receive your order after payment, we will request our customers to submit a copy of their Original Tax Exempt Certificate to CAI for verification and filing purposes. If a customer is not able to provide a copy of their Original Tax Exempt Certificate to CAI after the order has been placed, CAI will charge the customer the required Sales Tax to process and complete their order.

LAST UPDATED: June 23, 2017

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Even if we do not collect sales tax from you, you may owe sales tax on your purchase. Unless you live in Alaska, Delaware, Montana, New Hampshire, or Oregon, your state most likely requires purchasers to report and pay tax on all purchases that are not taxed at the time of sale. The tax may be reported and paid on your individual income tax return or by filing a consumer use tax return. For more information, please visit your state's department of revenue website.

CAI COLLECTS SALES TAX in states where we have physical presence (or nexus), including California, and Utah. CAI also collects sales tax in Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, New Mexico, New York, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Texas, Virgin Islands, Virginia, and Washington DC. CAI also collects sales tax in states that have adopted the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement (SSUTA), including Arkansas, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

CAI DOES NOT COLLECT SALES TAX in any state NOT listed above because CAI is not required to collect sales or use tax in these states.

FOR CANADA & MEXICO CUSTOMERS ONLY: As the recipient of this order, the duties, taxes, port handling fees and other customs charges, which will not be included as part of your order, are the "SOLE" responsibility of the customer making the purchase.

MANUALLY PROCESSES ORDERS ONLY: Manual Orders are orders that are processed that have not been placed through our Online Webstore. In this case, CAI does not collect Sales Tax from any state with the exception of California. It is the duty of our customers to report their Sales Tax to their respective jurisdiction.

All cancelled orders, even if not shipped, are subject to a minimum $100 cancellation fee.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: By purchasing a product(s) from our store, the buyer agrees to use these product(s) in strict conformance to the manufacturer’s instructions as well as OSHA and ANSI fall protection requirements. Any modifications or changes to the product are strictly forbidden without the written consent of CAI Safety Systems. Failure to comply with this requirement may result in serious injury or death. If buyer has any questions on the proper use of the product, please contact CAI for assistance at (888) 246-6999, (951) 272-6999 or

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