Many of today’s multi-story buildings are built using “ﬂying forms” to construct the concrete ﬂoors of the structure. These forms typically consist of a series of trusses which support a forming deck. Once a ﬂoor is poured the truss supports are lowered from the pour, pulled from the building, and ﬂown, using a crane, to the top of the building to repeat the process for the next ﬂoor. While the workers are placing the forming deck they are exposed to falls of greater than 6 ft. (1.8m). It becomes very difﬁcult to protect the workers using standard fall protection equipment as no structure exists above the workers to provide an anchorage for tie-off. The new Flying Form Netting System from Capital Safety acts as a passive fall protection system that can be attached to the form support trusses. Installed at the ﬁrst level, the netting stays in place and is ﬂown with the trusses for the duration of the project. Job site efﬁciency is improved because the system does not need to be reinstalled at each ﬂoor and workers can start placing forming deck immediately after the forms are positioned. Multiple Flying Form Netting Systems can be joined together with the included Snap Hooks to ensure maximum jobsite ﬂexibility.