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When you or your employees are required to work from heights, it’s imperative that the proper training and tools are available to complete the job safely.

Levitt-Safety | EHS Training & Consulting Services can assist you with all your working-at-height requirements  from initial inspections to the design and installation of engineered fall protection systems.  We can customize our solutions to meet our client’s needs and provide all the necessary support along the way.


If fall protection is required, it is necessary to establish a complete fall protection program if one is not already in place. The program should include training workers, selecting, fitting, and inspecting the equipment.

We are able to support our clients with determining hazards, risks and controls for identified areas requiring fall protection as well as creating safe work procedures for fall protection systems.

Engineered Fall Protection

md_SafRig_WebAdlet.tifLevitt-Safety | EHS Training & Consulting Services specializes in the design and installation of turnkey engineered fall protection systems that are in full accordance with our client’s work environment, procedures and budget as well as comply with all local and federal legislative requirements.

Some of our engineered fall protection services include:

  • Site survey consultation
  • Design, supply and installation of passive and active fall protection systems
  • Follow-up testing, training, inspection and certification

Listed below are just a few of the applications in which our team has provided expert advice and design:

  • Crane Rails
  • Amusement parks
  • Stadiums
  • Telecommunication towers
  • Pipe racks
  • Arenas
  • Rooftops
  • Railcars
  • Aircraft Hangers
  • Suspension bridges
  • Tank farms

We engineer solutions that represent the best overall value to our clients with the added benefits of a reduction in risk, maintaining or lowering insurance premiums, controlling worker compensation claims, regulatory compliance and ultimately, safeguarding employees. Employee safety is our number one goal.