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Panduit and General Cable Offer End-to-End Structured Cabling Solutions, Guaranteed Network Performance & System Reliability

For more than 10 years, Panduit and General Cable have offered a comprehensive line of structed cabling solutions for a variety of institutional, commercial and industrial applications.

How businesses manage their network cable and connectivity can have a major impact on overall system performance and business productivity.  Especially if there is an unplanned downtime due to poor network reliability.

Panduit and General Cable’s combined category 6A, 6 and 5e high-performance copper and fiber systems provide a robust and optimized cabling infrastructure that exceeds electrical parameters for today and into the future.  This world-class partnership provides guaranteed network performance and system reliability for the most demanding network requirements.

The Panduit and General Cable (PanGen®) vision is to provide organizations – large and small – the ability to enable essential business applications.  These solutions are developed through advanced research and development, manufacturing excellence and rigorous performance testing.

 

Four Key PanGen Benefits:

  1. Importance of Structured Cabling – A properly designed and implemented cabling infrastructure is a fundamental strategic asset of every business and institution. Carefully planning a structured cabling solution facilitates the delivery of new services, lower network maintenance costs and increased productivity.

 

  1. High-Performance Solutions – Category 6A, 6 and 5e high performance copper and fiber systems with network connectivity and cables provide a robust and optimized cabling infrastructure that exceeds all electrical parameters.

 

  1. World-Class Installation & Technical Support – Quality installation of PanGen solutions is provided through an extensive network of specially trained and certified installers. Meeting stringent qualification requirements, installers receive continuous training on products, standards and installation practices.  PanGen solutions come with prompt, nationwide technical support for customers from the design stage to post-system installation support.

 

  1. Complete Solution Warranty – All PanGen installations are eligible for the PanGen 25-year warranty*, which offers the following advantages:
    • 100% warranty coverage to repair and replace defective components
    • Compliance with all applicable ANSI, TIA/EIA and ISO standards
    • Backed by an installed channel performance guarantee
    • One point of contact for all inquiries (usapartners@panduit.com)

 

Interested in exploring options to enhance your current network infrastructure? If the answer is yes, we can help.

French Gerleman is an authorized distributor of Panduit and General Cable’s full-line of data communication products and services.  For more information about PanGen® structured Cable Solutions visit pangensolutions.com or contact your French Gerleman Account Manager.  We can schedule a facility walk-through or assessment and help you to determine the appropriate next steps to achieve your data infrastructure goals and objectives.

Content developed in coordination with Panduit and General Cable.

*To be eligible for the PanGen® system warranty, the system must be installed by a Panduit    Certified installer, meet certain requirements, and be registered by Panduit. The PanGen system warranty is subject to various terms, conditions and limitations.


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French Gerleman’s New Mobile App: My Product Groups

French Gerleman’s new mobile app focuses on providing speed, convenience and mobility. The app has many features that personalize your experience so you can quickly find the product you are seeking.

If you consistently order the same products from French Gerleman, you can group them together to make them easier to locate and reorder in the future. These groups can be completely personalized based on your needs. Want different lists for lighting fixtures, conduit, fittings, cleaners and more? There’s no limit to the number of groups you can create or the number of items you include in each group.

You can set up your product groups either on the website or in the app. If you set up your groups at a desktop, they will show up on your app and you can easily add them to your cart to order, and change quantities based on your needs.

The app is available for both Android and iOS. Use it on your phone or tablet based on what is most convenient for you. For more information about the app, contact your French Gerleman Account Manager.


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Show Your Workers You Care About Their Safety This Winter

In the Midwest, it’s never too early to start thinking about winter safety. The upcoming drop in temperatures can cause safety issues for your workers and potential damage to your equipment. Making sure workers are properly equipped and educated in safety precautions to take during cold weather can help reduce accidents and keep your jobsite or facility running smoothly.

Watch out for Cold-Induced Health Issues

Extreme cold is known to cause various illnesses, but did you know workers can still suffer from many cold-related illnesses even at above freezing temperatures? Strong winds and damp environments can cause body temperatures to drop to dangerous levels. Learn more about some of the illnesses to guard your workers against this winter.

Put the Coffee Down

Coffee can make you feel warm, but unfortunately it doesn’t actually warm your body. Because the beverage is hot and the caffeine increases the heart rate, coffee just gives an illusion of warmth, which can cause more harm than good. Encourage your workers to stay hydrated with water or an electrolyte drink as the temperatures start to drop.

Suit Up For the Cold

Safety gear is required when working in hazardous environment, and proper winter gear should be required when working in hazardously cold environments. Staying warm and dry makes a huge difference in your workers’ health.

Here are a few of our featured cold weather products:

Heat PacksWinter Liners

Cold Weather Gloves

Sweatshirts

Limit Exposure to the Cold

Keep your eye on the weather so you can know when the weather starts to get dangerous. When it’s extremely cold, make sure workers can have frequent, short breaks in a warm environment. If possible, schedule work in the warmest part of the day to minimize their exposure outdoors.  You can download a weather app to your smartphone so you have up-to-date forecasts at your fingertips.

Watch Your Step

With winter comes slippery surfaces and an increased potential for trips and falls. Equip your workers with appropriate footwear to keep them upright. French Gerleman has a wide selection of shoes and boots which provide the grip they need, and can keep their feet warm and dry this winter.

Clear off the Snow First

Winter weather can bring a host of new hazards every day, from slippery surfaces to fallen branches. Supervisors should inspect the workplace before work begins to check for any hazards that need to be addressed. Clear snow and ice away before starting the job, and salt large areas of ice as needed. Taking the time to prepare the workplace at the beginning of the day will save you time later.

Don’t Forget Your Vehicles

Vehicles also can suffer damage due to cold, and should be checked to ensure they are working properly before use. Make sure every vehicle is equipped with a winter emergency and first aid kits in case of an accident.

Simple precautions can make all the difference when dealing with cold weather. Remember, our weather can be erratic, so don’t get caught by surprise.  Contact info@frenchgerleman.com or your French Gerleman Account Manager today to learn more!


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French Gerleman’s Upcoming Holiday Hours

The holiday season is upon us and French Gerleman will be closed the following dates:

Thanksgiving

  • Thursday, November 23
  • Friday, November 24

Christmas

  • Monday, December 25
  • Tuesday, December 26

New Year’s Day

  • Friday, December 29
    • St. Louis – closing at Noon
    • Kansas City – closing at Noon
    • Columbia, MO – closing at Noon
    • Washington, MO – Closed all day
    • Springfield, MO – Closed all day
    • Quincy, IL – closing at Noon
  • Monday, January 1- Closed

 

When it comes to production lines and facility downtime, we know every minute counts. As a reminder, after-hours emergency services are available around the clock on holidays and weekends and from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. on Monday through Friday.  Access our emergency service team by calling your local branch:

St. Louis:  800-333-3122 or 314-569-3122

Kansas City:  800-707-3122 or 913-894-8844

Columbia, MO:  800-283-3122 or 573-474-4194

Washington, MO:  888-959-9448 or 636-390-4949

Springfield, MO:  855-763-9311 or 417-799-0200

Quincy, IL:  800-234-3122 or 217-223-3122

An automated attendant will answer. Follow the prompts to reach our on-call representative. A service charge may be applied.

We appreciate your business, and wish you a safe and happy holiday season.


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Harness New LED Technologies in Your Facility

On October 19, we hosted an LED Seminar in St. Louis with presentations from Philips, Acuity Brands and Dialight on emerging lighting technologies and how they can improve your workplace. They each focused on different aspects of how upgrading to LED lighting can improve your workplace from improved light output to new connected systems.

State of the Lighting Industry from Philips

LEDs have made a huge impact on the lighting industry as they are extremely efficient, last far longer than traditional lighting and are capable of being dimmed. LEDs can last up to 100,000 hours depending on the type, which equates to about 25 years in an office.

Upgrading to LED lighting has its costs, as any upgrade does, but there are different upgrade strategies you can take:

  • Simply replacing traditional light sources with LEDs, like changing the lamp in a fixture, will save energy and be more sustainable, but does not provide a new look or feel. It is the least expensive and easiest transition to LED lighting.
  • Installing a retrofit kit to replace traditional panel lighting is a cost effective way to help provide a new look and feel to your lighting, in addition to standard LED benefits, without penetrating the ceiling.
  • Completely renovating your lighting solutions can be higher cost, but will provide a new look and functionality
  • Add Enhanced Controls. Adding control systems to your lighting allows you to adjust for natural daylight, whether or not the building is occupied, and lets you dim your lights, which can add 50-65% more energy savings in addition to the savings that simply come from switching your light sources.

Old technology is declining as LED improves. Issues with LED, such as glare, are being fixed, and LEDs can now come with integrated sensors and be connected into controlled lighting.

The Next Step, Lighting Controls from Acuity Brands

Switching out lamps help save energy, but the next step forward in energy reduction is controlled lighting. Connecting an entire building with an information system converged network creates an IoT building. IoT (The Internet of Things) delivers building services through one holistic IP system.

Lighting offers the ideal platform to enable the IoT in buildings:

  • Ubiquity — where there are people, there are lights
  • Continuous power for additional sensors and devices
  • Processing capability for edge computing
  • Energy savings from a lighting retrofit can help fund inclusion of IoT networking and sensors

A smart LED lighting system can provide the IoT framework to unify your lighting devices, building controls, management systems and networks.  New, smart lighting systems can provide enhanced, customer-focused services to maximize performance, reduce operational costs, create better visual environments and increase energy savings while enhancing user experiences.

Energy-efficient LED lighting is being transformed into a smart, connected platform for data-driven applications. As a result, companies can derive more value from their LED systems beyond energy-efficiency and high-quality lighting.  Smart applications can help enhance employee safety and security, improve parking management, leverage location analytics and propel operations to the next level.

Evaluation & Selection of LED Fixtures from Dialight

When choosing LED solutions for your workplace, you have to consider the safety standards your lighting must meet. Different standards apply to different environments, such as industrial verses a hazardous location.

The 2017 NEC NFPA70 Code Book is the standard for all such safety ratings. When it comes to lighting safety in general, heat must be considered – both how much heat the lighting emits and how much it can withstand from the environment.

Why upgrade to LED? Overwhelmingly the top reason is safety, followed by energy reduction, maintenance reduction and the reduction of overall operational costs. LED systems use less energy and last longer require less maintenance, making your workplace safer and more efficient.

Whether you are looking to make your workplace safer, or you are looking for an integrated control system, LEDs are your path ahead. If you have further questions, connect with your French Gerleman Account Manager for more information.


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French Gerleman Launches New Online Ordering Website & Mobile App

We understand getting the products and information you need for a project or job should be fast, easy and convenient. That’s why we designed our new website and mobile app around the specific business requirements of today’s busy industry professionals. Our enhanced e-Commerce platform offers instant access to more than $24 million of in-stock products, images and specification information.

Save time and consolidate your purchase orders with French Gerleman. You’ll have instant access to more than 40 product categories including the latest products and technologies in Automation, Electrical Supply, Datacom, Power Transmission and Safety. Plus, we’ll keep you updated on relevant training options, upcoming events and new products that help streamline your business and make you more profitable.

The new frenchgerleman.com focuses on three core customer requirements – speed, convenience and increased mobility.

Speed

We offer several online options designed to quickly get you to the information you need:

  • Predictive Search – Available options displayed as you type in product numbers.
  • Product Attributes – Quickly narrow and refine your product search results by specific attributes.
  • Price and Availability – Instant access to account pricing and real-time inventory levels
  • Customer Part Numbers (CPN) – Search for products by your unique part number.
  • Product Groups – Create lists of products you order most often.
  • Quick Order Pad – Enter part numbers freeform and add to cart.
  • e-Quote – Review and approve quote online and place order online.
  • Punchout – Access and integrate frenchgerleman.com through your procurement platform.

Convenience

We’ve included a variety of online features designed to make your online experience convenient and simple:

  • Locations, Maps & Phone Numbers – Instant access to important branch information.
  • 24-Hour Emergency Service – Available after hours, weekends and holidays.
  • Events & Training – List of upcoming activities and online registration.
  • Manufacturer Search – View available products by manufacturer.
  • Credit Card Payment – Convenient credit card payment and procurement options.
  • Order History – View all orders placed on or offline. Multiple search options available.
  • Order Confirmations – Receive an e-mail confirmation confirming all your order details.
  • Shipment Tracking – Access a tracking number for all UPS and FedEx shipments.
  • Delivery Notifications – Know when you order has arrived at the jobsite or for a pending project.
  • Request Quote – Looking for something unique? Submit an online quote request.
  • Return Request – Have a need to return product? Start the process with an online request.
  • Account Dashboard – Manage all your account options through a convenient dashboard.
  • My Saved Cart – Save your cart(s) and place your order(s) at a later time or date.
  • Blog – Get current news about services, events, trends and new products.

Mobility

Whether you’re in a warehouse, on a job site, or just need to place an order after normal business hours, French Gerleman offers online options that meet your growing expectations for increased mobility:

  • Responsive Design – Website is configured to adapt to multiple platforms and devices ensuring a user-friendly experience.
  • Phone App (Android & iPhone) – Access important account information from your phone, scan bar codes and add products to your shopping cart, forward product photos and information for quote requests.

To get started, visit frenchgerleman.com/register. If you’re a current customer, we’ll match your online registration request with your active account information. Allow 24 hours for account set-up and e-mail confirmation. If you’re new to French Gerleman, you can order via credit card or submit an online credit application to be considered for open account terms.


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Make Your Workplace Safer with A-SAFE Barriers

Industrial barriers are meant to protect, whether it is racks, pedestrians or equipment, but all too often these barriers just take the damage themselves and need to be replaced, or even damage the vehicle which impacted them. A-SAFE manufactures flexible, polymer-based safety guardrail systems which flex on impact and return to their original shape, offering huge cost savings. Before installation, customers have their sites surveyed so that every solution is tailored to each facility’s needs. After the site survey, a custom proposal is provided with CAD drawings before installation.

These flexible barriers are made from Memaplex™, a three-layered material made of eight blended polyolefin and rubber materials.  Developed and exclusively manufactured by A-SAFE, it is designed specifically to dissipate impact and return to its original shape. It also wipes clean, does not corrode or flake, and is resistant to chips, cracks, cold and chemicals.

 

These barriers are ideal for use in many applications including:  food and beverage, airports, manufacturing, warehouse and distribution, and parking lots.

Types of barriers include:

  • Column, Wall and Rack Protection
  • Pedestrian and Traffic Segregation
  • Height Restrictors and Bollards
  • Curb Barriers and Wheel Guides
  • Lift and Slide Gates

 

When traditional barriers are compromised, the force of the blow transfers directly to the base, ripping the barrier out of the floor, meaning you not only have to replace the barrier, you have to repair the floor. Since A-SAFE barriers are flexible, they absorb the shock, minimizing floor damage. This can provide dramatic long-term cost savings over traditional barriers.

Interested in lowering your costs while protecting your profits? Contact your French Gerleman Account Manager or e-mail info@frenchgerleman.com for more information on A-SAFE barriers today!


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2017 National Electrical Code®: Changes in Overcurrent & Surge Protection

Mersen recently released a guide to understanding its changes in overcurrent and surge protection in the 2017 National Electrical Code®. These changes are to increase worker safety and help prevent arc flashes.

Arc flashes are the result of a massive release of energy due to an arcing fault between two phase bus bars, neutral or a ground.  This energy discharge burns the bus bars, vaporizing the copper and thus causing an explosion, which destroys everything in its vicinity and creates deadly shrapnel as it dissipates. Short-circuit current ratings (SCCR) indicate what fault current a system can handle without unacceptable damage in the case of a fault. Proper documentation is essential to ensure the available short-circuit current does not exceed the SCCR and that suitable precautions are in place.

We offer Mersen safety solutions to help you comply with the updated code and increase your workplace safety. Mersen’s guide covers nine key changes to the 2017 National Electrical Code®:

  1. Arc energy reduction

    Any fuses rated 1200 A or higher must have their location documented and available. The fuses must also have a method to reduce clearing time if their clearing time is not already 0.07 seconds or less.

  1. Field marking of available fault current

    Industrial control panels, industrial machinery and motor controllers of multimotor and combination-load equipment must have the date the current short-circuit calculation was performed and available short-circuit current rating (SCCR) documented.  If the available short-circuit current exceeds its short-circuit current rating, they shall not be installed. Elevators must also have the maximum short-circuit current clearly marked.

  1. Branch circuit and ground fault protection for single motor power conversion equipment

    Semiconductor fuses and instantaneous trip circuit breakers must now be installed as a single unit if instantaneous trip circuit breakers are permitted.

  1. Short-circuit current rating for elevator control panels

    Elevator control panels must be marked with their SCCR. If the available short circuit current exceeds its short-circuit rating, elevator control panels shall not be installed.

  1. Surge protection for emergency elevator, dumbwaiter, escalator, moving walk, platform lift, or stairway chairlift

    Surge protection shall be provided if the elevator has been designated as supplying an emergency system load.

  1. Surge protection for critical operations data systems

    A cascading protection scheme should be used throughout the entire operations data system.

  1. Surge protection for industrial machinery

    Industrial machinery with safety interlocks are required to have surge protection.

  1. Surge protection for fire pump controllers

    Surge protection was required previously for emergency systems at distribution level, but are now also required in or on the fire pump controller.

  1. Short-circuit current rating documentation and field marking

    Transfer switches can often have several different SCCR, so the rating based on the protective device and settings shall be externally marked.

Want to learn more about the changes in the 2017 National Electrical Code® or how best to implement them in your workplace? Contact your French Gerleman Account Manager or e-mail info@frenchgerleman.com to learn about Mersen safety solutions.


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Achieve Green Initiatives & Critical Waste Reduction Goals with Closed Loop Recycling

Closed Loop Recycling (CLR) recycles oil absorbents, wipers and PPE such as gloves, sleeves, aprons, and jackets. CLR specializes in turning these waste streams into three reusable products through their environmentally friendly laundering process.

CLR offers customized solutions, monthly reporting, and scheduled pickup and delivery for provided materials including 55-gallon drums in which to collect the used materials placed conveniently around the facility near the end users.  CLR creates a custom plant layout and service strategy for each individual client to ensure the highest quality service.

The Process

CLR delivers materials and 55-gallon DOT approved collection drums at the facility for use. Once products are fully utilized, they are gathered and placed into the collection drums. Stations can be as simple as a couple drums labeled clean and dirty, to custom racks and distribution solutions built into existing tool cribs. The program is tailored to each facility’s needs. CLR’s customer service rep will utilize the plant layout to restock all clean products to predetermined levels as well as consolidate all collection drums for processing.

The fluids from the absorbents, wipers, and rags are extracted and transported by an EPA-approved oil recycler to a refinery, where it can be recycled as asphalt or industrial grade fuel. The products are then thoroughly laundered and inspected and then packaged and redistributed for future use.  Drums are emptied, steam cleaned and conditioned for reuse according to DOT specifications. Recycling oil absorbents, wipers, and PPE not only helps the environment, it eliminates the need to continually purchase disposable products, and eliminates liability for disposal of these materials.

CLR bundles its products into one simple price, which includes:

  • Reusable products – wipers, absorbents, rags, etc.
  • Full facility service
  • Station by station tracking
  • Laundering
  • Recycling of fluids
  • Drum cleaning
  • Documentation
  • Transportation

If you are interested in recycling your PPE and absorbents, CLR offers a free trial so you can see what results will be. Contact your French Gerleman Account Manager or e-mail us at info@frenchgerlemanc.om to learn how to get started!

 


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Top 13 Safety Apps That You Need on Your Phone

Smartphones and tablets are a part of everyday life now both personal and work related, so much so that we’ve designed a line of touchscreen-compatible gloves for every industry. While there are some professionals who shy away from these new technologies, industry leaders and trendsetters embrace new technology that can improve their productivity.

This blog is a celebration of those tech savvy safety professionals who want to use every tool at their disposal. Here are a list of some of our favorite safety apps that you should download today.

  1. Dark Sky:

If you are in any industry where weather can affect the job or job site, having a weather app on your device is essential. Unlike the weather app that comes standard with your iPhone or Android device, Dark Sky (Android | iTunes) aims to create a new kind of predictive forecast to now what the weather will be like in an immediate location within the hour.

This app is perfect for anyone working in landscaping, construction or just working under a tight deadline and need to know if the rain will be stopping anytime soon.

  1. Hazmat Emergency Response Guide:

This is the electronic version of the Department of Transportation’s Emergency Response Guide (Android | iTunes). It is a searchable resource; you can do keyword or term searches on the fly instead of flipping through indexes and pages of material to find what you need.
We’ve outlined a pretty good introduction to arc flash with The No-BS Approach to Arc Flash but when you need to know the nitty gritty information, there are two incredible safety apps that you should not be without.

  1. NFPA 70E 2012 Edition:

This is the arc flash code that is distributed by the National Fire Protection Agency. This online edition (Android | iTunes) allows you to browse articles or search by keyword and access important electrical safety news from the NFPA. The app does cost a few dollars but it’s certainly more convenient than lugging around a textbook all day long.

  1. Electrical Edge: Arc Flash Calculator:

Electrical Edge: Arc Flash Calculator (iTunes) is a tool developed to help anyone trying to calculate the potential dangers from an arc flash. Whether you’re an electrical engineer, a safety manager or field technician, knowing the inner workings of electrical equipment is important.

  1. NIOSH Pocket Guide for Chemical Hazards:

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health mobile app has entries for 634 chemicals and allows you to search chemical by name, synonym, DOT number, CAS number and RTECS number.

  1. Chemical Safety Data Sheets:

The Chemical Safety Data Sheets app (iTunes) provides the International Chemical Safety Cards (ICSC) that are put our by the United Nations Environment Program, the International Labour Office, and the World Health Organization. ICSCs are similar to Material Safety Data Sheets, but are formatted to be a simple, more concise and standard 1 to 2 page document on all pertinent information.

  1. Dropbox:

It might be pretty obvious to suggest Dropbox (Android | iTunes), but everyone should have access to a cloud storage application. Dropbox is considered one of the gold standard cloud storage providers. Having all of your safety policies and documents at your fingertips is a valuable time saver.

  1. DocuSign:

Do not be stuck carrying around stacks and stacks of forms and papers. Docusign (Android | iTunes) is an application that allows you or others sign off on documents using a finger or their stylus. This prevents the need to carry paper and scan it in to send electronically.

  1. OSHA Safety Regulations, Checklists, Audits Reports:

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is the federal agency that enforces safety and health regulations in the United States. While OSHA can’t just shut down your jobsite, they can fine you and your company for workplace safety violations. This safety app (iTunes) was designed to help you easily brush up on OSHA safety regulations, create checklists, generate reports, and add photos and comments for reference.

The app covers OSHA regulations for manufacturing, service industries, warehouse, construction and medical/dental fields and serves as a great reference tool for avoiding violations including OSHA’s Top 10 Citations.

  1. Job Safety Analysis:

A job safety analysis (JSA) is a procedure that helps incorporate health and safety principles and practices into a job or task. When completing a JSA, each basic step of the job is outlined to identify potential hazards and recommend the safest way to do the job.

This free Job Safety Analysis app  (Android | iTunes) can be used on-site to create a customized JSA which you can send electronically to your employees on that site. There are also pre-filled options to save you time and you can include photos of the hazards and risks that are present.

  1. Keep Track of Lockout/Tagout Procedures:

Lockout/tagout ensures that dangerous machinery is properly shut off and not able to be started up again until maintenance or servicing of the machinery is completed. Brady Link360 Lockout/Tagout (Android | iTunes) allows you to create well-defined lockout/tagout procedures while standing by the machine. These steps can be shared with your work crew. It also allows you to add photos and diagrams, and share them with other app users.

  1. When You’re Working at Heights:

If you’re working at heights, it’s important to know your fall clearance swing fall distances. While you could spend time to calculate it in your head, Honeywell made this easy-to-use safety app to do all the thinking for you. Miller Fall Clearance app (Android | iTunes) will help you calculate your fall clearance and swing fall whether you’re using a self-retracting line or lanyard and is available in English, Spanish and French.

  1. Crosby Sling Calculator:

Need to know if the rig you have set up is adequate enough to lift the equipment you are trying to lift? This little app can help (Android | iTunes). It is designed to take the type of rigging you are using, combine that with the weight and geometry of your lift load and tell you if what you are using for your lift is the right equipment. It does cost $25 but compared to the cost of injuries or damaged equipment, it is money well spent.

Now that you have all of these new apps to make your job easier and keep your employees safer, why not get a FREE sample of the S18TAFGFN pictured below?

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  • Great cut resistance (ANSI A4)
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For more information about fall protection or other personal safety products or issues, please contact your French Gerleman account manager or e-mail info@frenchgerleman.com.