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Fall protection, confined space systems, Retractable lifelines, Harnesses, roofers safety kits.

French Creek Production

Fall protection, confined space systems, Rtractable lifelines, Harnesses, roofers safety kits.


FCP Custom Harnesses FrenFCP is a Custom ManufacturerchCreek Production is proud to be a Custom Manufacturer, making fall protection equipment that is built to our superior standards and your specialized needs and demands! We take the time to listen to our customers while providing them with the equipment they want deserve and need. Whether designing brand new products to meet your specific needs, or adding personalized touches to our existing line, we have the capabilities to get the job done! We also offer a wide variety of webbing color options, along with detailed screen printing. We can create products in your company colors with your logo or name permanently affixed! Where else can you find a manufacturer that is working with you directly, and for you directly? These are undoubtedly qualities you won’t find anywhere other than FCP!

French CreekEver wonder why we're called FrenchCreek? 

Few streams in western Pennsylvania are more attractive and more biologically diverse than French Creek. This nationally renowned waterway begins in Chautauqua County, western New York, and flows for 117 miles through the northwestern Pennsylvania counties of Erie, Crawford, Mercer and Venango until it empties into the Allegheny River at Franklin, Pennsylvania. With nine major tributaries, the watershed encompasses 1,235 square miles, over 90 percent of which are in Pennsylvania's rolling hills and broad valleys of the Allegheny River watershed. A historical waterway, French Creek was named in 1753 by young George Washington as he journeyed to Fort LeBoeuf (now Waterford, Erie County) to warn the French that they were on British territory. French Creek provided early settlers with abundant natural resources, including a waterway for transportation.
~ Western Pennsylvania Conservancy,



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