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Levitt-Safety Blog

Category: Working At Heights

  • How LOBO Can Bring the Occupational Safety of the Aerospace Industry to New Heights

    How LOBO Can Bring the Occupational Safety of the Aerospace Industry to New Heights

    Bombardier, General Dynamics and Boeing. These are only a few of the most-recognized members of the Aerospace Industries Association of Canada. Together the association is made up over 100 different companies who specialize in aircraft, avionics, business jets, commercial helicopters,...

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  • Traditional Ladders vs. Work Platforms

    Traditional Ladders vs. Work Platforms

    In just about every industry, there’s typically a need to carry out maintenance activities at height. These can range anywhere from servicing tanks and hoppers to repairing jet engines. And, these jobs can be particularly complicated. Not only can this...

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  • 12 Safety Fails That Will Make You Reconsider Your Work Platform

    12 Safety Fails That Will Make You Reconsider Your Work Platform

    Here at Levitt-Safety we get a lot of questions about working at heights – especially in tight and awkward spaces. While we could try to explain why using a portable work platform system such as LOBO is always preferred over...

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  • Storage Rack Regulation Changes: What You Need to Know

    Storage Rack Regulation Changes: What You Need to Know

    Workplaces that have racking and storage facilities can pose a set of potentially serious hazards. If racking and storage systems are used, selected, or installed incorrectly, workers face the risk of severe injury. The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety...

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