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Ergodyne Addresses Two Safety Hazards with One New At-Heights Solution

With the buildup to the fast-approaching construction season comes a renewed awareness of the hazards faced by construction crews, along with interest in the education, training and technology needed to help mitigate them.

In a move addressing two of those hazards—dropped objects and heat stress—Ergodyne has announced the release of the Squids® 3775 Can/Bottle Holder & Trap, designed to easily tether, carry and secure a water bottle, including the standard 16.9oz. bottle size used on the majority of worksites. The 3775 also holds spray paint and lubrication canisters, making it a versatile must-have tool attachment for any objects at heights program.

“Dropped objects, including water bottles and other canisters are still a major concern on any jobsite with work being done at heights,” said Brent Velenchenko, product specialist, Ergodyne. “And the Squids® 3775 Can/Bottle Holder & Trap ensures workers can tether their water bottles and other canisters and have them right at their side – safe, secure and accessible.”

The Can/Bottle Holder & Trap’s stainless steel belt clip attaches to tool belts and fall protection harnesses for hands-free convenience, while a zinc-plated D-ring provides a secure attachment point for tool lanyards, negating the risk of dropped objects, a hazard that accounted for 255 fatalities in 2016, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Abrasion-resistant and stretchy neoprene primary material teams with an adjustable webbing strap to accommodate a range of container types, and has been third-party certified to a 2lb (0.9kg) maximum capacity.

“Even off the clock it comes in handy,” continued Velenchenko. “It can be used as a koozie while you’re out on the boat or water bottle sleeve while training for your next race.”

The Squids® 3775 Can/Bottle Holder & Trap joins the industry-leading line of Squids® Tool Tethering Attachments, which provides workers with a secure attachment point for tool tethering, as most tools are not manufactured with built-in attachment points.

“We’re trying to do our part to help worksites stay ahead of the curve and set a higher standard,” said Tom Votel, president & CEO, Ergodyne.“ And with a new dropped objects standard forthcoming, educating work crews on solutions like these is only going to become more important.”

For more information or to purchase any of our Tenacious Work Gear®, email or call 800-225-8238 // (651) 642-9889.


Since 1983, Ergodyne has pioneered the development of products that Make The Workplace A Betterplace. What started with just one product has grown into a line of top flight, battle-tested, Tenacious Work Gear®; all precision crafted to provide protection, promote prevention and manage the elements for workers on jobsites the world over. The current lineup is extensive and constantly growing: ProFlex® Hand Protection, ProFlex® Knee Pads, ProFlex®Supports, Skullerz® Head Protection, Skullerz® Eye Protection, TrexFootwear Accessories, Chill-Its® Cooling Products, N-Ferno® Warming Products, GloWear® Hi-Vis Apparel, Squids® Lanyards, Arsenal® Gear and Tool Storage, and CORE Performance Work Wear® and SHAX® Portable Work Shelters.

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