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360 Mobile Safety Rail

  • Completely non-penetrating
  • Omni-directional bases
  • Heavy-duty powder coat, galvanized or custom color finish
  • OSHA compliant
  • Simple Installation
  • 100% made in USA

Freestanding Roof Safety Railing System

The 360 Mobile Roof Safety Railing system is a cost-effective OSHA compliant rooftop guardrail system that is designed for flat roof edge protection, but can be utilized for leading edge fall protection hazards of all types.  This freestanding safety rail system utilizes cast iron bases and powder coated safety yellow or galvanized steel guardrails to eliminate fall hazards by providing a passive protection barrier for employees, contractors, and construction workers who are exposed to leading edges greater than 42”.

As a freestanding safety rail, this non-penetrating roof railing system design preserves the integrity of the roof.  Because these roof safety rails are supported by cast iron bases, there’s no need to drill through the roof to anchor guardrails down.  As a result, this non-penetrating roof railing system does not damage roof substrates.

360 Mobile Freestanding & Non-Penetrating Roof Guardrail System Features

  • The 360 Mobile Safety Roof GuardRail System is completely non-penetrating and has been independently certified and tested to meet all OSHA Fall Protection regulations and standards for guardrail, sections 1910.23 & 1926.500-1926.503.
  • Prefabricated steel guardrail sections means that installation of this free standing safety rail system is simple and quick.
  • 42” top-rail and 21” mid-rail safety rail are available in 1 foot increments ranging between 2 feet to 10 feet to meet your exact requirements.
  • Fully Compliant with the Buy American Act – All of our material is 100% made in the USA.
  • American Welding Society Certified Welders to ensure the best products and highest quality.
  • Complimentary CAD drawings available upon request for simple installation and customized requirements.
  • Roof safety railing designed as a permanent fall protection guardrail at leading edges, skylights, and roof hatches, but can also be used as a temporary fall protection solution at construction sites, excavation sites, mezzanines, rail or ship yards, confined work areas, or shipping and receiving areas.

Simple Roof Edge Non Penetrating Roof Railing Installation

The 360 Mobile Roof Safety Railing System was specifically designed for comprehensive leading edge fall protection and exceptionally simple installation for your non-penetrating roof railing or other non-penetrating roof railing needs.  Place our durable bases next to the fall hazard, insert the sized rail sections into one of the (4) receiving posts located at each base, and then a carbon, zinc plated, pin slides into a pre-drilled hole to secure the system.  This process is repeated until the end of the run where an outrigger or “kicker” is placed at a 90-degree angle from the leading edge. This ensures our freestanding roof safety rail system meets required OSHA load tests throughout the entirety of the system. See our installation sheet here!

Other Installation Notes

  • Quick installation – 150’ – 250’ per hour with two people!
  • Absolutely ZERO penetrations required – no drilling, or mechanical connection to the substrate.
  • This non-penetrating guardrail is a permanent solution to your roof safety railing requirements with OSHA.

Specifications for the 360 Mobile Roof Safety Railing Guardrail

Non-Penetrating Guardrail – 360 Mobile Safety Railing System: Provide EDGE Fall Protection LLC’s 360 Mobile Safety Rail System. Contact: info@edgefallprotection.com; TF/Fax: 844-314-1374. Website: www.edgefallprotection.com. This freestanding safety rail system is a non-penetrating guardrail designed for flat roof edge protection that, includes railing sections, weighted base plates and accessories in the configuration and locations indicated on the Drawings.

  1. Product: 360 Mobile Safety Rail System.
    1. System top and mid rail provided in accordance with OSHA Standards – 29 CFR 1910.23 (a)(2).
    2. Structural Load: 200 lb (90.7 kg), minimum, in any direction to all components in accordance with OSHA Regulation 29 CFR 1926.502.
  2. Height: 42 inches (1067 mm), minimum.
  3. Railings: 1-5/8 inch (41 mm) O.D. hot rolled pickled electric weld tubing, free of sharp edges and snag points.
  4. Mounting Bases: 104# Class 30 gray iron material cast with four receiver posts. Rubber pads are standard on bottom of bases.
  5. Receiver Posts: Provided with a positive pin locking system into base and rail interface that allow rails to be mounted in any direction. Receiver posts shall have drain holes.
  6. Rail Accessories: OPTIONAL
    1. Toe Board Brackets.
    2. Finishing Rail: D-shaped railing extension for ladder landings, length of rail section and D-loop as indicated on the Drawings and as required.
  7. Securing Pins: 1010 carbon steel, zinc plated and yellow chromate dipped. Pins shall consist of collared pin and latch that connects to lynchpin.
  8. Roof Accessories: OPTIONAL
    1. Roof Pads: Provide EPDM Roof Pad under each base to protect roof membrane.
    2. Base Mover: Provide Base Mover, Part #400062 two-wheeled steel cart to transport one base unit.

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Rooftop Safety Railings Offer Sustainable Solution to OSHA Requirements

You can never be too cautious when it comes to workplace safety. There’s a lot of things that could go wrong throughout the course of the workday – we’ve seen plenty of examples first hand. The most unfortunate thing about it all? Most of these accidents are completely preventable. Rooftop safety is no different, and is a safety issue you and your employer should be taking seriously.

Of course, it’s easy to see why you would need fall protection in a work setting for some obvious reasons. No one wants to be on the receiving end of a lengthy fall off a rooftop, and missed time from work often leads to missed paychecks. As an employer, you’re opening yourself to workman’s comp claims, lawsuits, and an overall tarnished reputation with the public – something that can be extremely damaging for a business.

Aside from the most observable factors though, there’s some substantial reasoning behind why you’ll want to be extra careful when it comes to rooftop falls – and we’ve got the numbers to prove it.

Falls are the leading cause of fatalities in construction, and they account for one-third of all industry deaths. Fatal work-related falls increased 26% from 2011-2016, and with the exception of one year in that period (2015), the number of fatal falls increased every year. It’s not just fatalities you need to concern yourself with either. Over 48,000 workers were injured badly enough from falls in 2016 that they had to miss extended time at their workplace. This underscores why proper roof safety railing planning is so important. 

Falls are easily one of the most primary concerns of employers, but luckily, are easily preventable with the right tools.

When Do You Need Rooftop Fall Protection?

OSHA Subpart M lays out the requirements and criteria for fall protection in construction workplaces. Subpart M institutes the six-foot rule, which states that fall protection is required for construction workers working at a height of six feet or greater above a lower level. Specifically, construction sites, shipping and receiving areas and shipyards are the most prominent workplaces that will require protection. In fact, fall protection continues to be the top category of cited violations that OSHA encounters each year. Safe up-to-code fall protection systems, including roof safety railings, continues to be important.  

What to Look for in Roof Railings

Adding roof safety rails can prevent falls. It’s easy to grab any quick rooftop safety railing solution to throw on top of a roof and hope it does the job, but the fastest solution isn’t always going to be the best one. Here are a few key things you’ll want to take into consideration when it comes to roof safety railings and protecting your employees.

OSHA Compliant – Arguably the most important thing to remember when choosing your removable safety railing. Your equipment will need to meet all of the relevant OSHA codes before it can be installed, specifically OSHA sections 1910.23 & 1926.500-1926.503.

Ease of Installation – Time is money and nothing is more important than the bottom line in business. It’s important that while you don’t sacrifice on quality, you’re not spending weeks upon months to put your safety equipment into action. The ideal safety railings will either be self-installed or will require minimal extra help, and shouldn’t take more than a few hours to have up and running. A non penetrating roof railing can easily be set up near the edge of the roof or other fall hazard.

Quality Materials – You’re dealing with workplace safety, so you’ll want to spare no expense when it comes to laying out a cost for rooftop fall protection. Non-penetrating safety rails are a great bet, as they’re made of high quality but won’t cause you to have to drill or dig into the surface you’re securing them to. Additionally, you’ll want to find a product that’s certified by the American Welding Society. This will ensure that the product is made of the best materials and of the highest quality for your non penetrating safety railing fall protection needs.  

Sustainability – Like anything else, workplace safety is an investment and your solution should be something that can be maintained over a long period of time. Look for something that markets itself as a permanent solution, and not just a bandage over an existing problem. Rooftop safety railings are far and away the most sustainable choice for protection.   

What’s the Most Effective Choice for Rooftop Safety Railings?

Ultimately, the most effective choice for your workplace will depend on your specific situation, but the most important factors are pretty universal.

All things considered, our best bet for the most effective and sustainable rooftop guardrail system is the EDGE 360 mobile safety railing. This non penetrating safety railing is a cost-effective and more importantly, OSHA compliant rooftop guardrail system that can be utilized for either flat roof railing edge protection in combination with products like our metal roof guardrails, or leading edge fall protection in general. We took a look at the entire EDGE 360 mobile safety railing system and came up with the most important factors for you to consider:

  • The EDGE 360 mobile safety railing is completely non-penetrating and has been independently certified and tested to meet all OSHA Fall Protection regulations and standards for guardrail, sections 1910.23 & 1926.500-1926.503. You’re completely OSHA compliant for inspection at a moments notice.
  • Prefabricated steel guardrail sections means that installation is simple and quick.
    42” top-rail and 21” mid-rail safety rail are available in 1 foot increments ranging between 2 feet to 10 feet to meet your exact requirements. No extended time spent for installation which means no wasted resources!
  • American Welding Society Certified to ensure the best products and highest quality. Employee safety is the most important factor to consider in your selection, and quality workmanship is key to guaranteeing it.
  • Designed as a permanent flat roof fall protection guardrail at leading edges, skylights, and roof hatches, but can also be used as a temporary fall protection solution at construction sites, excavation sites, mezzanines, rail or ship yards, confined work areas, or shipping and receiving areas.
  • It’s easy to see why the EDGE 360 mobile safety railing system is our system of choice for your rooftop safety. This non penetrating roof railing system not only checks all of the important boxes, but it’s stylish and effective at the same time. Without the proper rooftop safety in place, businesses are vulnerable to OSHA sanctions, lawsuits, insurance claims, and the potential for even worse consequences. Don’t let your business fall victim to a fatal fall!

RELATED TOPICS: freestanding safety rail system, non-penetrating guardrail, flat roof edge protection, galvanized steel railing, leading edges,

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