Stronghold Quick-Switch System by Pure Safety Group

Stronghold Quick-Switch SystemPure Safety Group is launching the Stronghold Quick-Switch System for the prevention of dropped objects during work at height. The system is based on Quick-Switch. This is the only technology that allows workers to switch tools from one connection point to another in one motion. This provides a level of safety from dropped objects that goes unmatched in the industry.

The Quick-Switch System keeps tools connected at all times, including when you transfer or hand them off. With Quick-Switch, you can carry and manage tools. You can also use them high in the air while protecting people and property below. The Quick-Switch system gives workers the flexibility to use multiple tools at their work areas and switch tools, all while keeping them connected through a patented combination of keys, links and anchors. Keys allow the use and manipulation of the tools.  Links are the mechanism that allows the switching of locations of tools. Anchors are the points that support the tool in the event of a drop.

The Quick-Switch system eliminates dangling tool tethers and reduces impact force in a drop as well as swing and snag hazards, while allowing hands-free tool switching.

Components of the new Quick-Switch system include:
  • Starter Pack that includes everything you need to start with the Quick-Switch system: 4 Quick-Switch Links, 1 Quick-Switch Bungee Tether and 1 Quick-Switch Wrist Cuff
  • Link and Dock: Links are paired with tools and are the mechanism that makes Quick-Switch the only tethering system in the world that allows movement of tools from one place to another without ever having to be untied. Each link comes with its own dock.
  • Wrist Cuff
  • Bungee Tether, for tethering tools to a belt or fixed structure
  • Retracting Tether for retractable applications
  • Apron for use over handrails and railings
  • Rotating Dock: the anchor point for the Quick-Switch system that can be used on pouches and tool pockets
  • Tethered Tool Bucket and Bolt Bag and Tool Holder to contain anchors

“According to the National Safety Council, every 10 minutes someone is injured because of a dropped tool,” said Matt Moreau, product manager, drops and foreign material exclusion (FME). “Until now, there was no way to transfer tools, hands-free, and maintain 100 percent tie-off.” Moreau notes that the Quick-Switch products meet the latest OSHA and ANSI standards for drops prevention.

The new Quick-Switch system is the first product launch for PSG’s newly branded Stronghold family of dropped objects prevention line. Stronghold is the brand that evolved from Ty-Flot. The company is a part of PSG’s acquisition in 2018. Stronghold is one of three PSG brands that also include Guardian Fall Protection and Checkmate, both fall protection product brands. Products from all three brands are increasingly available throughout the world, as part of PSG’s recent global expansion.

About Pure Safety Group

Pure Safety Group (PSG) is one of the largest fall protection companies in the world. The company provides high-performance and professional fall protection equipment. It also provides tool tethering products, and services such as training, engineering and onsite consultation.  Its more than 350 employees serve customers in the construction, oil and gas, energy, utilities, telecom, mining, and transportation industries. PSG began from a team of industry veterans with a family of companies and brands including industry-leading fall protection companies Guardian Fall Protection, Checkmate, and Stronghold by PSG. Houston, Texas, is home to PSG global headquarters and training cente. There is also a second training center located in the U.K.  For more information, you can also visit

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