December 25, 2014 10:43 AM ET

Commercial Services and Supplies

Company Overview of Capital Safety, Inc.

Company Overview

Capital Safety, Inc. manufactures and supplies fall protection, confined space, and rescue equipment. Its products include harnesses, lanyards, self-retracting lifelines, accessories, anchorage connectors, body belts and work-seats, confined space entry/rescue products, fall protection kits, access systems, full body harness systems, guardrail systems, permanent and temporary horizontal systems, radio frequency tracking systems, lanyards, load arrestors, netting systems, rescue and descent solutions, self retracting lifelines, and vertical systems; and on-site training services. The company serves construction, transportation, oil and gas, utilities, wind energy, and general industries in th...

3833 Sala Way

Vermillion Street

Red Wing, MN 55066-5005

United States

Founded in 1998

Phone:

651-388-8282

Fax:

651-388-5065

Key Executives for Capital Safety, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Age: 49
President of U.S. and Mexico Operations
Senior Director of Human Resources
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Capital Safety, Inc. Key Developments

Capital Safety Announces the Launch of Their New DBI-SALA ® Nano-Lok™ Range of Self Retracting Lifelines Designed for Hot Work Use

Capital Safety has announced the launch of their new DBI-SALA ® Nano-Lok™ range of Self Retracting Lifelines designed for Hot Work Use. The Nano-Lok Hot Work range is arc flashed to 8 calories (8 cal/cm2), for hot work use in applications like welding, grinding and torching where sparks and slag can easily compromise standard polyester webbing lifelines. Belonging to the Nano-Lok family, these new SRL’s have the same feature set making them the most compact and lightweight self retracting lifelines on the market. They can be used in place of lanyards and can be directly attached to any harness, reducing fall clearances. Designed for ease-of-use, these SRL’s are virtually unnoticeable to the user when worn and provide the ultimate in work site flexibility. The new specialist Nano-Lok range for Hot Work Use consists of three models designed to cover the majority of applications encountered in high temperature work environments. Constructed from reinforced webbing with Nomex ® /Kevlar ® fibre, the range withstands sparks, weld splatter and other high heat exposure, ensuring safety around high heat environments. DBI-SALA’s i-Safe™ intelligent safety system utilising RFID technology is built into each Nano-Lok Hot Work SRL to track inspections, control inventory and manage information.

Capital Safety Australia Announces The Grand Opening Of The Darwin Fall Protection Training Centre

Capital Safety, Inc. has announced the grand opening of their New Fall Protection Training Centre in Winnellie, Northern Territory. Capital Safety has invested in the 550 square-metre all weather training facility in order to make it the most modern training facility around. This new facility with a specially built 5.5m high practical training tower allows students to undertake height safety, rescue and confined space training that reflects real life environments. The company also added in a low level roofing structure to simulate roofing environments as well as a beam walks structure.

Capital Safety Announces the Launch of New DBI-SALA Saflok Fall Protection Mining Anchors

Capital Safety announced the launch of their new DBI-SALA Saflok Fall Protection Mining Anchors. The Saflok Hybrid Mining Bolt Swivel Anchor and the Saflok Mining Bolt Anchor with Swivelling O-Ring, two anchorage connectors designed to offer the best underground protection for workers employed in mining or tunneling applications. Both mining products are removable, simple to employ, and multi-directional, giving them the ability to work in horizontal, vertical, and overhead surfaces. The innovative Hybrid Mining Bolt Swivel Anchor, which has a 22.2kN maximum capacity, is a semi-permanent solution designed exclusively for insertion within a 47mm friction rock bolt. By rotating the bolt, the user can expand or retract the two wedges to secure or remove the anchor from the friction rock bolt. The Hybrid Mining Swivel Anchor also features a swivel ring anchorage connection point for ease of use and mobility in various applications. The Mining Bolt Anchor with Swivelling O-Ring, also capable of supporting 22.2kN, is a portable friction rock bolt anchorage connector that inserts directly inside a 47mm friction rock bolt. The Anchor features a spring-tensioned trigger and two retractor cables that allow for immediate removal and relocation to another hole. The swivelling O-ring feature serves as the anchorage connection point, allowing for an easy hook up.

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