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The Element Weather Gear (EWG) garment is the ultimate cold weather garment that allows you to stay in the woods, field, or on the ice longer. The EWG’s garment was designed so you can safely get dressed on the ground & climb into your stand while following OSHA ladder climbing standards. If you maintain three points of contact while you climb, you can limit your exposure to slips and falls. The EWG design eliminates the need to lug up blankets or suits & get into them once off the ground. The number 1 injury to hunters is falling out of their stand. EWG’s design hopes to prevent this accident from happening.

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How many people suffer injuries from falling from tree stands?
Each year, between 3,000 to 4,000 people in the U.S. are injured after falling out of a tree stand. Tree stands can lead to significant injuries like broken bones, concussions & internal bleeding.

Hunters also fall climbing up & down from the stand, when they snooze in a stand, & when an old or improperly mounted stand collapses. These hunters frequently break something when they land, & injuries to the head & spine sometimes result in death.

OSHA standards as they’re written:

Maintain a 3-point contact (two hands & a foot, or two feet & a hand) when climbing/descending a ladder. Stay near the middle of the ladder & face the ladder while climbing up/down. It could save someone’s life or avoid debilitating injury that will render the hunter unable to work or hunt permanently. Speaking of injuries, unintentional injury fatalities due to falls are the second most significant cause of mortality globally, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). One in every five falls results in major bodily damage, such as a fractured bone or a concussion. The three points of contact rule is simple. When climbing or descending ladders, always maintain contact with one hand & two feet or two hands & one foot.

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