Grain Bin Fall Protection System
Grain Bin Fall Protection System

Grain Bin Fall Protection System

Our patent pending fall protection system is a cutting edge product designed to protect farm workers from a fall while climbing or accessing a bin for repairs or inspections.

Top 10 reasons to put a fall protection system on your grain bin.

10. Allows for safe bin climbing.
9. Quick and easy to install.
8. Easy to use.
7. Cost effective.
6. OH&S, CSA & ANSI compliant.
5. Reduce the stress of working at heights by knowing you are tied off.
4. It's the law! OH&S regulations state that a fall protection system must be in place when working at heights above 10 feet.
3. Liability. You are responsible for the health and safety of the person climbing your bin.
2. Accidents happen. Work place falls are the number one reported WCB injury.
1. The number one reason to have fall protection on your grain bin... to protect your family, your worker and yourself from a fall while climbing or accessing a bin. Be safe, not sorry.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does the system work for any grain bin?
No, this system is designed for specific types of grain bins. This system is compatible with Westeel smooth wall and galvanized grain bins. However we are working on designing similar systems for other grain bins. Please contact us if you are interested in this system for a grain bin that is not on the compatibility list. We are maintaining a contact list of interested parties. Your input will help us prioritize which bins we build Fall Protection Systems for first.

What if I don't want to install the system myself?
As fall protection experts, we understand that not everyone feels comfortable working at heights. Especially when your fall protection system is not yet in place. Please contact Northern Strands and we will be happy to assist you with finding a suitable contractor to install the system.

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  • 3235 Millar Avenue
  • Saskatoon, SK S7K 5Y3


  • 125 Henderson Drive
  • Regina, SK S4N 5W4
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