Stronghold Announces All-in-One Tether Kits

Stronghold® by PSG, the dropped objects prevention brand of Pure Safety Group (PSG), announced the introduction of all-in-one tool tether kits for use by workers at height. The kits include a full suite of products, available in three neatly bundled designs exclusively for specific trades, to prevent tool drops from at-height work locations, onto people and infrastructure below.

The kits reportedly feature Stronghold’s innovative tethers that connect tools to wrists, belts and other anchors to eliminate drop hazards. Coils, bungees and swiveling premium tethers prevent tangles while handling tools while working, no matter which tool attachment is used. Other kit items include drill boots, tape measure sleeves, webbing with D-rings, tether cinch loops, vibrant orange tool tether attachment tape, anti-vibration tool tether shackles, wire core swivel screw gates, synching wrist straps and PPE caddy glove holders.

The kits incorporate the new ANSI/ISEA 121-2018 for Dropped Objects Prevention Solutions wherever the standard applies and are aimed at eliminating the guesswork of purchasing proper tool tethering supplies. Three Stronghold tool tether kits are available covering more than 15 different common industry trades.

The first kit, 99-11-0125, is designed for steel and ironworkers to accommodate their common tools, such as hammers, pliers, levels, spud wrenches, combination wrenches, tape measures, squares, clamps and cordless tools. 99-11-0125 is also useful for millwrights, boilermakers, riggers, welders, pipefitters and concrete workers, and is ANSI-compliant with applicable noted exceptions.

The second kit, 99-11-0126, designed for scaffold workers, is ANSI-compliant with applicable noted exceptions. Good for common tools used on scaffolding, including hammers, scaffold ratchets, combination wrenches and tape measures, the 99-11-0126 is also suited for insulators, material handlers, warehouse workers and glaziers.

The third kit, 99-11-0127, is made for use in general construction, and is ANSI-compliant with applicable noted exceptions. Able to accommodate common tools used by construction workers, such as hammers, wrenches, screwdrivers, levels, pliers, tape measures and cordless tools, the 99-11-0127 is also appropriate for carpenters, electricians, instrument fitters and technicians.

For more information, visit https://www.puresafetygroup.com.