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Window Cleaning Professionals Safely Rescued from Scaffolding by NYFD

Tuesday, November 18th, 2014

PMI brings extensive knowledge of work-at-height best practices and professional rescue techniques. We provide rescue solution kits that are ready to go when you need them. In our trainings for work-at-height, we emphasize preplanning for rescue situations and creating detailed Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) plans for the specific job(s) that are being performed that day. It is very important in this type of work to preplan for rescues and coordinate efforts between employers and local emergency response agencies. PMI offers equipment/solutions, resources, consulting for rescue situations as described in the article below. With the appropriate equipment and planning, a rescue for this scenario can be carried out safely, quickly and can be more cost effective. The following article and video shows how dangerous the window cleaning profession can be for workers-at-height. We are glad that these workers made it to safety with the help of the New York Fire Department. Click on the link below:


Workers Rescued From Dangling Scaffolding “Doing Well”

www.nbcnewyork.com

Investigators are looking into the collapse of a scaffold that left two window washers dangling from the nation’s tallest skyscraper — One World Trade Center, which opened earlier this month.

Ok, I bought a rope, so now what?

Tuesday, March 9th, 2010

After you’ve made your rope selection, which is a whole other process that will have a blog post on here soon, what do you do with your rope? What do you do after you’ve done all your research and made the best choice for your rope needs? The things to do to maximize your rope’s life are not all that hard to figure out. Here I’m going to break down what you should do from when you receive the box with your rope in it to when you remove it from service in just 6 steps. (more…)


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