Take the Danger Out of ISO Container Work
ISO TRAM Fall Protection System is specifically designed to protect those working on ISO containers. The system consists of a rail-mounted TRAM unit fixed to the ISO container.
The risk of a fall from an ISO tank container is well-documented, with the transfer from the ladder to the top of the tank being the most dangerous aspect of the operation. Not knowing when an accident might occur doesn't make the danger, or the fallout, any less real, so why take the risk in the first place? With the ISO TRAM Fall Protection System, you don't have to.
Tank containers are often accessed from a road trailer, which can be 13’ (4m) above the ground. Our unique ISO TRAM system provides fall restraint or arrest protection as well as an integrated, adjustable handhold for both stability and confidence during rigging, setup and maintenance. With our system, your workers get home safe, every time.
Standfast has designed specific mounts for use on ISO containers that do not require the need to be stacked. Technicians needing top access to ISO containers are subject to similar fall hazards as those working on road tankers. Containers are similar in design and workers must perform a similar range of movement while in use. To address this well-documented safety hazard, Standfast adapted its award-winning TRAM safety system for use on ISO containers. ISO TRAM negates the high risk of a fall from the top of an ISO container, allowing you and your technician to work and enjoy the confidence while working on top of the container. Please contact us for application assistanceKeep Your ISO Tank Workers Safe
Primary ISO Tank Container Hazards
- Ascending and descending a vertical ladder
- Transferring between ladder and top of tank
- Environmental conditions
ISO TRAM is the only system in the world that protects the user while transferring from the ladder to the top of the tank. When connected to ISO TRAM, you cannot fall. Period.
Certification and Testing
The TRAM range of products has been tested to and conforms with the relevant fall restraint and fall arrest testing requirements of:
- ANSI/ASSE Z359.1
- AS/NZS 1891.1