TRAM Fall Protection System

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Protect your drivers and mechanics with the TRAM Fall Restraint System from Standfast. Convenient to use, the TRAM Systems are tested to meet applicable ANSI and ASSE specifications for Restraint Systems. Installing the TRAM on your fleet can potentially lower your insurance costs as well because Standfast USA, maker of TRAM systems, assumes liability should a fall occur while the TRAM System is used properly.

The TRAM Fall Restraint System protects your drivers and mechanics from falling while working on top of
feed bodies and trailers. The TRAM arm travels the length of the body on a rail system. The operator wears a harness which is connected to the arm. The operator pushes the arm and uses it for added stability while walking along the top of the body. If there is access, drivers and mechanics will, at sometime, find themselves on top of the body. Drivers need to clean compartments when cross-contamination must be avoided, and also to break up bridged feed. Shop mechanics will need to perform scheduled maintenance on the discharge auger, body compartments, and body lid. The benefits of a TRAM system become apparent with use. Drivers and mechanics will see the benefit of the TRAM when uneasiness from working at heights goes away. The work will be done more confidently, comfortably, and quickly. The TRAM provides paybacks in reduced workman compensation and absentee costs due to fall injuries. Many insurance companies offer reduced premiums for businesses using the TRAM system. The employee using a TRAM system will be on the job tomorrow.

Why isn't a handrail "good enough" for your trucks or fleet?

The Tram System vs Handrails:

1. TRAM Systems are tested to meet applicable ANSI
and ASSE specifications for Restraint Systems. Hand
railings are not tested.
2. TRAM Systems have a harness system for the
employee. Hand rails do not.
3. TRAM Systems guard against falls into the trailer as
well as to the ground.
4. Standfast USA, maker of TRAM systems, assumes
liability should a fall occur while the TRAM System is
used properly.

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