10/18/2017Voluntary Recall - Omega Pacific G-First Carabiners
Omega Pacific has discovered a defect in a limited number of the G-FIRST series carabiners and is announcing a voluntary recall for replacement. The defect was discovered during an internal quality assurance procedure and was determined to affect a single lot. We will replace each returned unit with a new product. Any G-FIRST with Lot “OD” on the frame’s spine should be returned for replacement...
8/2/2016REQUEST FOR IMMEDIATE RECALL of CMC Rescue 3D product, #300880 (Lot Numbers 16001 – 16203)
CMC Rescue has learned of an unexpected release of the 3D descender’s locking center bar that happened during a recent training exercise. We immediately conducted a thorough investigation to discover the root cause, determining that additional 3Ds from certain lot numbers may also be at risk for improper operation. CMC is issuing a Product Recall for the following lots of 3D descenders: Lot numbers 16001 – 16203. All affected products will be replaced by CMC at no cost to the customer.
8/30/2016DBI-SALA® Lad-Saf™ Sleeve – Stop Use and Voluntary Recall / ReplacementAt 3M, customer safety and confidence are high priorities. In light of reported incidents and potential misuse scenarios involving the original Lad-Saf sleeve, 3M has discontinued sale of the original sleeve, and is voluntarily recalling all original Lad-Saf sleeves.
12/23/2016Safety Recall for the Enforcer (with expanded lot numbers)
The swivel eye on some Enforcers may not be secure and in certain conditions might unscrew. This was discovered due to an incident that occurred. This recall is to improve the security of the swivel eye and to issue new user instructions specifying that the Enforcer swiveling action is for orientation, not high speed or multiple rotations.