We work hard to continuously improve our fall protection systems for you and your loved ones
Elevated Safety Systems (ESS) provides safe, secure and state of the art fall protection systems that can be trusted. From Construction and Utility Workers, Firemen, EMS/Rescue, Military, Police/SRT, Home and Office, to Treestand Hunters and active people alike, our systems provide safety unlike any others with the unique ability to quickly and safely descend from 20 to several hundred feet.
To rescue a person suspended in a harness not only takes considerable time and equipment but it also puts those at risk who are performing the rescue. With products from Elevated Safety Systems, you are able to SELF-RESCUE in less time than it would take for someone to call for help.
The unique descending ability of ALL of our products are like non-others. The Rescue One Industrial Harness eliminates the dangers of suspension trauma for construction and utility workers by allowing a suspended worker to quickly lower themselves to the ground. The FireCoat FEDS and the Firescape EDS both provide a safe and quick manner in escaping a dangerous environment such as a burning or deteriorating building for Firemen, office employees and homeowners . The Fox 1 Tactical Harness provides further uniqueness for Military/Police/SRT with the ability to perform a completely hands free descent which allows you to deploy your weapon all the way down and braking is performed by shoulder movements, there is nothing else like it.
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Suspension Trauma can kill in a matter of minutes. Each year, lives are put in danger by using harnesses that do not allow you to descend and self rescue, trapping you in this potentially lethal situation. All of our harnesses allow you to descend and escape, preventing serious injury or death from suspension trauma, and it prevents putting others in danger who will be trying to perform the rescue while you are trapped in a suspended state.