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Slope Safe™: BLU – Langley, BC

A modular setup of Slope Safe™ anchors is used for a horizontal lifeline (HLL) to run along the peak of the building to provide continuous fall protection coverage. To provide 100% worker protection a permanent vertical lifeline (VLL) cable runs to the hatch to protect workers as they transit from the hatch to the HLL. […]

Guardrail: Science World – Vancouver, BC

Approximately 100′ (30m) of guardrail; hoisted and installed at Science World in Vancouver, BC. As an added benefit the all-aluminum rail blends quite nicely with the existing aesthetic of the building. A large number of versatile clamps allows kN Fall Protection to configure guardrails to almost any shape that is necessary for a project; this […]

Roof Anchors: Evangel Manor – Kelowna, BC

This flat roof building project consisted of a wood truss structure and wood deck with a TPO membrane. Lift or ground access to clean the windows was not possible due to the tight surrounding area, therefore, a rooftop tie-back system for fall arrest and boatswain (bosun) chair was required. Due to the design of the […]

Guardrail: Dilworth Shopping Centre – Kelowna, BC

We installed approximately 60′ (18m) of custom-designed guardrail to fit around 3 different hatch locations on 3 different roof sections where workers were exposed to a fall hazard every time they accessed or exited the roof. One of the hatches happened to be located on a significantly sloping roof that required our design to incorporate […]

Ladders & Warning Line: Doja Cannabis – West Kelowna, BC

Design and installation of approximately 26′ of climbing ladders, one of aluminum and one of steel. The aluminum ladder is on the exterior of the building allowing access from ground level, therefore it features a security gate to prevent unauthorized access. The steel ladder has a slightly forward-leaning angle for climbing to avoid obstructions surrounding […]

Guardrail: Okanagan College, BC

This project entailed assisting the client in identifying the most hazardous areas across 4 campuses. After consulting with the relevant stake holders, 2500′ (762m) of guardrail, 4 hatch guards, 3 skylight guards, 1 ladder, and 1 crossover stair were installed on 13 buildings. To enhance aesthetics all installed systems were black to best meet the […]