By Michelle Froese For workers at heights, tethering tools is only the first step. Those objects need to be stored safely and securely when not in use. That’s why Ergodyne has launched five new holsters and pouches for more ergonomic, convenient tool storage on a tool belt or fall-protection harness.
All five new models are made of a strong ballistic, ripstop polyester with two D-rings for tool lanyard attachment. Each different one has a modular buckle connection system on the back that connects to tool belts and fall protection harnesses.
“Storing tools with lanyards attached can be complicated for workers at heights,” said Brent Velenchenko,
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