- Lightweight - Spans 7’ 4” - Portable - Sets up in 30 seconds - Stores in small spaces - Durable - HiViz rame with retro- refective tape • Caution tape and orange plastic fence are imsy • Easy to breach • Tears apart in wind and snow • Need to be constantly mended • Can you really afford the liability of unwanted personnel wandering into a dangerous situation and getting hurt? The wimpy, ineffective and dangerous way… • Hard to move • Expensive to transport • Bulky to store • Time-consuming to deploy • Bigger isn’t always better when it comes to limiting access to dangerous areas The bulky, heavy and expensive way… Announcing Compact - Just 12 Pounds 3. Grab EZ-Open Knobs We covered a dangerous hole on a construction site and posted it with OSHA-compliant banner signage in less than a minute.
Why HalenHardy SM ? People ask where we came up with the name HalenHardy. Well, it’s sort o a portmanteau combining an old ashioned term used by my two grandathers, om Lee & Pete Beaver. Tey were men’s men and could build anything (rom scratch), raised amilies during the Great Depression, shed, hunted, trained dogs. Plus, they were a lot o un to be with. om and Pete would ofen reer to other people who shared their values as “hale & hardy.” Tis meant cheerul, useul, robust and tenacious. When we were racking our brains to gure out a name or a company that described our mission to help companies be saer and more productive, I thought o the term “hale and hardy.” So, I grabbed my smart phone and thumb typed mysel a simple text reminder: “hale n hardy.” Later that day, I removed a couple spaces and morphed the name into HalenHardy. Tanks om & Pete…HalenHardy is or you. —Donny Beaver, CEO & Co-Founder My grandfathers Tom Lee (top) and Pete Beaver provided the inspiration for our name HalenHardy. 00-001 © Copyright, Aug2014, HalenHardy LLC