Bringing together a history of innovation and excellence, 3M Personal Safety Division can now offer its customers access to the quality products, people and service of the trusted 3M™ DBI-SALA® and 3M™ Protecta® Fall Protection brands. With 3M Fall Protection, you can help elevate your employees’ safety and comfort to new heights.
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For over 75 years, at-height workers around the world have trusted DBI-SALA® products to help them get the job done well and get home safely. Today, 3M proudly carries on that tradition, delivering premier DBI-SALA® fall protection solutions that enable workers to do their best work safely and comfortably.
Every at-height worker deserves to be safe, no matter the size or nature of the job. That’s why Protecta® has become the choice of safety managers looking for reliable fall protection solutions that comply with safety regulations and help their workers get the job done. Now, as a part of a global and trusted brand in safety, 3M™ Protecta® solutions are the industry’s choice for fall protection that’s both practical and reliable.
In August 2015, 3M completed its acquisition of Capital Safety, a leading global provider of fall protection equipment. As a result, Capital Safety became part of 3M's Personal Safety Division and will be known in the future as 3M Fall Protection.
Yes, virtually all products formerly available from Capital Safety are now a part of the 3M Fall Protection portfolio. You can continue to purchase these products from your current local 3M Fall Protection (formerly Capital Safety) authorized distributor.
Yes, we are working with our channel partners so they will be able to continue offering the same quality products and service you previously received from Capital Safety.
Yes, 3M has discontinued their legacy fall protection products, but will continue to offer product support as needed. For product support on discontinued 3M Fall Protection products, contact Customer Service at 800-328-1667.
Yes, all existing product warranties will remain in effect per Capital Safety’s Terms & Conditions. For product support for DBI-SALA® and Protecta® products, you may continue to contact Customer Service at 800-328-6146 or via email@example.com.
Yes, while some have changed positions and roles, the majority of the former Capital Safety employees—including engineering, customer service and distribution teams—made the transition to join the 3M Fall Protection team.
Yes, the 3M Fall Protection manufacturing operations will continue in Red Wing for the foreseeable future.
“Lighten up.” It’s what at-height workers have been trying to do for decades. That’s why we created the DBI-SALA® ExoFit™ Strata™ safety harness. It features a first-of-its-kind load distribution system that literally takes the weight off workers’ shoulders, resulting in a harness that is more comfortable, cooler and lighter to wear.
Climb ladder safety systems with ease and confidence. It’s simple with the new DBI-SALA® Lad-Saf™ X3 3/8" (9.5mm) detachable cable sleeve. This portable connection device connects the worker's harness to the ladder cable and glides freely up and down the cable as the worker climbs.
When seconds matter, you need a fall rescue plan that’s fast and effective—all while minimizing risk for others. Make self-rescue your first option with the DBI-SALA® Self-Rescue. It easily connects to your current safety harness and provides a way of escape from suspension. Coming soon.
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At 3M, customer safety and confidence are high priorities. In light of reported incidents and potential misuse scenarios involving the original Lad-Saf sleeve, 3M has discontinued sale of the original sleeve, and is voluntarily recalling all original Lad-Saf sleeves. Please click on the link to take you to the Stop Use and Recall/Replacement Notice.
In this article, which first appeared in CoatingsPro Magazine in the May 2016 issue, authors Mark Caldwell and Tim Thompson address the importance of using fall protection equipment—for people and for tools—properly.
For all objects at height - including humans - the focus always should be on preventing things from falling rather than on catching objects, or on limiting the damage after they fall.
Now through November 2016, training classes are available on select dates in the Chicago Metro in Orland Park. Get comprehensive training, with practical, hands-on experience meeting OSHA and ANSI standards.