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Put your workers' safety on the right track.

Since 1977 Gorbel has:

  • Specialized in material handling
  • Provided customers with products of the highest quality
  • Built products that increase productivity
  • Improved workplace safety
  • Offered industry leading performance

In addition, OSHA requires fall protection, regardless of the elevation, when working over hazardous or dangerous equipment and machinery.

Gorbel Tether Track System

Continuing upon their outstanding reputation, Gorbel offers fall protection systems that are built using rigid rails for all fall arrest applications.

A fall arrest system is a system that prevents and/or protects workers from injuries caused by falls. An anchor, a body harness, and a connector (such as a self-retracting lanyard or a shock-absorbing fall arrest lanyard) are all part of a complete personal fall arrest system.

To offer your workers the best degree of freedom and mobility, while preventing falls to lower level, use a Gorbel Tether Track Rigid Rail Fall Arrest System. A standard system is designed for multiple 310 pound maximum worker weight accommodation.

Gorbel Tether Track Rigid Rail Fall Arrest Systems are the solution for reducing the risk of injury in elevated work environments, all while being reliable and, more importantly, cost effective.

Fall protection is essential so it can easily be customized to fit any budget and any application. Numerous configurations, including support center distances and multiple track profiles, are available.

Designed by qualified engineers, all systems meet the OSHA 1926 Subpart M construction standard, along with the ANSI Z359 Fall Protection code.

Did you know?

  • OSHA 1926 requires fall protection for employees who work at height, defined as 4' per OSHA 1910 General Industry Standards, 5' per OSHA 1918 Long Shoring Standards, and 6' per OSHA Construction Standards.
  • Falls are one of the leading causes of traumatic occupational death according to the U.S. Department of Labor.
  • Falls cost businesses over $170 billion each year in medical costs, wages, and lost productivity.
  • An average of 2 fall-related deaths happen every day nationwide.