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"if it can be dropped, it can be stopped"

TUTUS, LLC introduces the latest man lift safety solution 

DOPS™ (Dropped Object Prevention Solutions) 


As an authorized distributor of InCord safety nets, TUTUS, LLC is now offering the new SkyNet™ Work Platform, a revolutionary new solution for working at heights, PSN Perimeter Systems for construction site fall protection, RocBloc™ stacked netting for debris containment, Rope Cargo Nets for lifting, and Cage-X™ net panels for open ladder fall protection.

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Extremely Tough Light Weight Mesh

Tutus designs are in conformity with all applicable provisions of

 Occupational Safety and Health Administration: 

OSHA Standards: 29 CFR 1910.67, 29 CFR 1910.269(p), 29 CFR 1926.21, 29 CFR 1926.453, 29 CFR 1926.502. 

American National Standards Institutes standards: 

ANSI/SIA A92.2-1969, ANSI/SIA A92.3, ANSI/SIA A92.5, ANSI/SIA A92.6.

  1. Netting is (FR) Cal. Fire Marshal-Title 19, NFPA 701
  2. Wind tunnel testing.
  3. Manufacturer approved.
  4. Easy to exit platform through entryway.
  5. Unobstructed view to operator of equipment.
  6. Fully encapsulates the platform
  7. Safely absorb and contain impact.
  8. Provides protection to workers, public, and adjacent properties below aerial platform.
  9. Resistant to sunlight UV degradation.
  10. Resistant to airborne contaminants.

D.O.P.S.

Dropped Object Prevention Solution

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BLUE MESH D.O.P.S.™

Aerial Boom and Scissor Platforms.

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RED MESH D.O.P.S.™

Aerial Boom and Scissor Platforms.

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ORANGE MESH D.O.P.S.™

Aerial Boom 

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Advocate, Educate and Strengthen.

At Tutus, we take immense pride in driving the industry standards of dropped object prevention and fall protection forward through our Revolutionary  line of aerial lift enclosures and entrapment devices.

TUTUS began with a fast-paced time line of ideas, development, testing, and prototype deployment – in two short years. D.O.P.S. founde Forrest Hester developed D.O.P.S. as an invention of necessity.


Injuries and Fatalities

Dropped Objects account for around 35% of all safety related incidents to the oil and gas industry.

Accident and Incidents

Dropped Objects account for over 60% of all HiPo's (High Potential).

Equipment and Enviromental

Dropped Objects cause significant damage to construction site and equipment. Including Seabeds and bodies of water.

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Reputational Damage

Dropped Objects give companies bad reputations for mismanagement of employees and poor risk mitigation. It is near impossible calculating the incalculable. 

2017 Past Events

March 7-11

CONEXPO CON/AGG 2017 BOOTH C22537

Las Vegas, Nevada USA

April 3-4

2017 IPAF Summit conference

London, Wembley UK

July 23-26

SAIA Annual Convention and Exposition

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

October 23 - 25

2017 SAIA ASC A92 Annual Meeting

Orlando, Florida USA

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