The D.O.P.S.™ system will reduce the vast majority of dropped object scenarios, while providing peace of mind to both the workers in the basket, and those down below. Aerial lifts are a common source for dropped objects. Construction, maintenance, and utility workers often perform job functions from inside a lift. It is important to have the proper safeguards in place so that if an object is dropped accidentally, any workers below are still protected. You can download for your files a copy of the Titan Mesh Spec Sheet. [btn text=”Titan Spec” tcolor=#FFF bcolor=#444 thovercolor=#FFF link=”https://www.gotutus.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/TUTUS-TITAN-SPEC-2.pdf” target=”_blank”]
Other safety factors are relevant in these scenarios. Most job sites require the use of a hardhat, and OSHA mandates it any time there is a risk of objects falling from overhead. Equipping your workers with the proper PPE can also help reduce the risk of dropped-object injuries. The good news is that there are numerous ways to reduce the risk of dropped objects at your worksite. Education and training are essential, but the most effective solutions are products that are specifically designed to mitigate the risk. The best way to prevent dropped objects is to use a combination of active and passive safeguards. Active safeguards are items like tool bags and tethers – things that can actively secure tools. Passive safeguards are installed items that prevent objects from becoming a hazard – things like toeboards, screens, and netting. We must remain mindful of our requirements for manufacturer approval [btn text=”Genie a Terex Brand Approval” tcolor=#FFF bcolor=#444 thovercolor=#FFF link=”https://www.gotutus.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Genie-Boom-Manufacturer-Approval.pdf” target=”_blank”]. Unfortunately Tutus has not received a response from all OEMs, utilize this guide as we partner in passive netting protection [btn text=”Wind Warnings and TUTUS REQUIREMENTS” tcolor=#FFF bcolor=#444 thovercolor=#FFF link=”https://www.gotutus.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/TUTUS-D.O.P.S.-WIND-REQUIREMENTS-and-WARNINGS.pdf” target=”_self”]. Our wind analysis and statements of compliance are not a substitute for meeting your obligations as a MEWP user. You will find our [btn text=”Compliance Letter and Wind Limitations” tcolor=#FFF bcolor=#444 thovercolor=#FFF link=”https://www.gotutus.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/TUTUS-D.O.P.S.-Compliance-Letter-and-Wind-Restrictions.pdf” target=”_self”].
Understanding your cost of ownership is crucial and evaluating our system against the use of debris mesh is eye opening, open our [btn text=”Cost Analysis Matrix” tcolor=#FFF bcolor=#444 thovercolor=#FFF link=”https://www.gotutus.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Tutus-vs-Debris-Mesh-cost-comparison.pdf” target=”_self”] to learn more. To get the most value out of each of our products utilize [btn text=”Cleaning and Care” tcolor=#FFF bcolor=#444 thovercolor=#FFF link=”https://www.gotutus.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Tutus-D.O.P.S.-Cleaning-and-Care.pdf” target=”_self”] after your purchase.