CAI is Now Offering OSHA- and ANSI-Compliant Fall Protection
The CAI engineers design safety systems that keep impact on the body to a minimum during a fall arrest. All of the products provided by CAI are built to meet OSHA and ANSI fall prevention requirements and are inspected for quality control. Training courses are designed to be OSHA- and ANSI-compliant and to provide students with practical knowledge on identifying and controlling common falls, such as guardrail fall protection. The hands-on training sessions and fall-and-rescue simulations are conducted at the client's work site.
CAI offers three different types of training: Authorized person training for all individuals working at heights; competent person training for managers/immediate supervisors of authorized persons or individuals working at heights; trainer-person courses, designed for individuals responsible for training authorized persons. All persons involved in the training sessions will receive a certificate acknowledging they have met or exceeded OSHA and ANSI requirements, once they complete the course. Plus, as mentioned by a company spokesperson, every product and course is "customized for your safety needs."
Rather than changing the way clients work, CAI brings a variety of products directly to their clients, including in-house engineering, manufacturing, installation, certification and training capabilities. In addition to their fall protection training sessions, CAI also provides site and survey assessment, project management, design and engineering, manufacturing, planned installation and annual certification.
About the Company
CAI Safety Systems provides fall protection systems that are OSHA- and ANSI-compliant. The company provides turnkey fall protection, fall restraint and fall arrest systems for railcar, truck, roof, aircraft, bus, crane, tanks, ladders and many more applications. The company has extensive experience providing a full range of systems to fit each client's intended application. For more detail visit, www.caisafety.com.