Bin Safe System
Bin Safe System

Bin Safe System

Safety is your lifeline.

Protect your family from one of the most common accident locations on the farm.

Our patent pending fall protection system is a cutting edge product designed to protect farm workers from a fall while climbing or accessing a bin for repairs or inspections.

Which Would You Rather Be?

With Bin Safe

Without Bin Safe

Bin Safe System
Bin Safe System

Bin Safe Testimonial

"When I did fall [off a grain bin], I broke my pelvis in 4 places and I laid in the hospital for 6 weeks before I could even put pressure on my legs. When I saw this product offered by Northern Strands, I knew that they had a winner and proved that they are a winner when they win all the safety awards at every tradeshow they go in. Using Bin Safe is inexpensive and every bin can be done cost effectively; The Bin Safe System allows us to go all the way to the top of the bin and all the way back down safely. That is what every farmer requires or should have to be as safe as possible when climbing bins."

- Greg Setter

Top 5 reasons to put a fall protection system on your grain bin.

5. Allows for safe bin climbing.
4. OH&S, CSA & ANSI compliant.
3. OH&S regulations state that a fall protection system must be in place when working at heights above 10 feet.
2. An injury or death due to lack of required fall protection can bring financial ruin to a farm..
1. The number one reason to have fall protection on your grain bin... to protect your family, your worker and yourself from a fall while climbing or accessing a bin. Be safe, not sorry.

Alberta Farm Health & Safety Grant

The Alberta Provincial Government announced October 15, 2018 that a farm Health and Safety Producer Grant Program has been developed to assist farmers with the costs of implementing the new Alberta OH&S Farming Legislation.

Grant Details:

  • The Farm Health and Safety Producer grant offers financial assistance to eligible farmers that have waged, non-family workers and a WCB account.
  • Applicants can now apply for the grant that will pay up to 50% of the cost of eligible expenses up to $5,000 per year or $10,000 over the life of the program per applicant.
  • The program helps farmers comply with the OH&S code that will take effect on December 1, 2018.
  • The grant is available October 15, 2018 and runs until March 2021.

For more information on the Alberta Farm Health & Safety Producer Grant click the following link.

Alberta Grant Link

Bin Safe System
Bin Safe System
Bin Safe System

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need fall protection on my bin by law?
Yes, in most Canadian provinces and all of the U.S. it’s the law! As of November 2018, grain bin cages will no longer count as fall protection in the United States with the rest of the world to soon follow suit. Bin Safe is a fraction of the cost of ladder cages, staircases and all other grain bin fall protection. Rather than a cage on your next bin, request Bin Safe be installed. Save yourself money and have proper fall protection!

Does the system work for any grain bin?
Our system is compatible with most grain bins! Please contact us to discuss which systems you need for your particular grain bins.

What if I don't want to install the system myself?
Please contact Northern Strands and we will be happy to assist you with finding a suitable contractor to install the system.

Galvanized Installation
Galvanized Installation
Smooth Installation
Smooth Installation

Contact our Bin Safe System Representative to order or request additional information

Martin Toews
Cell Phone: (306) 441-6845

Customer Request for Quote

The customer request for quote form can be emailed or faxed to our Bin Safe System Representative.

Customer Request for Quote Form

USA Customer Request for Quote Form

As seen on TV

CTV Farm Progress
Manitoba Co-operator
Real Agriculture

Official Video

Mission Zero

Saskatoon (Head Office)

  • 3235 Millar Avenue
  • Saskatoon, SK S7K 5Y3


  • 125 Henderson Drive
  • Regina, SK S4N 5W4
Find us on Facebook Find us on Twitter Google+ Linked In RSS Feed