What Do Safety Nets Do?

Safety nets serve as protective systems designed to prevent or minimize harm. They are used in different settings for different purposes, but their primary function is to provide a barrier or cushion to reduce the impact of accidents or falls. G&M primarily supply safety nets for contructin sites. They are typically placed below elevated work areas, such as scaffolding or high-rise buildings, to catch workers or objects in case of a fall. This helps prevent injuries and fatalities.

Safety nets limit fall distance and therefore the consequences of a fall. Consequently, when fallen onto, safety nets stretch to absorb the energy generated in a fall. This stretching helps to reduce the impact forces on the body. Therefore, the chances of injury are greatly reduced.