A crucial component of fall safety is lifeline systems. Fall prevention systems can be used to stop or arrest workers in the event of a fall or to keep workers from ever coming into contact with a fall danger. Safety lifelines are your next line of fall protection when passive protection, like railings, is ineffective in preventing a fall.
To assist workers in safely performing work at height, we offer lifelines, anchors, harnesses, and other lifeline safety equipment. To protect the safety of your employees and the compliance of your organization, our team of safety specialists can assist you with the design and installation of your lifeline system.
Horizontal Lifeline is a continuous system that enables the worker to cross its whole length without detaching. We suggest the only lifeline available on the market with repositionable integrated absorbers in the intermediary brackets. This feature makes it possible to place the horizontal lifeline system on any kind of support, including concrete, metal roofs, steel buildings, and others.
For employees using vertical façade ladders, posts, masts, and other vertical structures, this solution offers simplicity and trustworthy fall prevention.
It makes use of a detachable traveler (or fall arrester) that is mounted on an 8mm galvanized steel cable that is terminated at the top by a cable ferrule and at the bottom by cable clamps. An inline energy absorber is also a part of the system, which does away with the traveler’s shock pack.
A ladder or other vertical structure that needs frequent access can have the vertical climbing system permanently installed. It offers a secure, practical, and safe way to enter and exit.
When installing a horizontal lifeline at foot level is ineffective at stopping a worker’s fall before they hit obstacles below or when using an overhead rigid beam system is impractical due to the distance involved, overhead horizontal lifeline systems are used. Workers can securely bridge considerable distances using overhead horizontal lifelines without having to stop and re-attach to an old anchor point. Systems with an overhead horizontal lifeline are frequently encountered in crane rail operations, loading docks, and rail yards using L and T gallows systems. Continuous, hands-free mobility and OSHA-compliant fall protection are combined by overhead HLLs to keep your staff safe and effective when they are working at heights.
This rail is a manufactured in Europe and complies with EN 795:2012 class D. It can be utilized for both fall arrest and abseiling purposes. It is built of an aluminum alloy with an anodized finish that can resist a marine environment (Al Mg Si 0.5). Additionally, the anodized treatment avoids electrolytic corrosion between the rail and the steel framework.
Due to its compact, 31 by 31 mm rectangular design, it is highly aesthetically pleasing and may be mounted in any position (horizontal, vertical, incline, etc.) and orientation on the ground, wall, or ceiling. . This rail is extremely adaptable because to its six different trolley options, as well as its special features like opening or locking trolleys, which make it the ideal product for abseiling applications.
Whether it’s a commercial, industrial, or residential roof, this fall protection rail system is adaptable to fit any design and rest on any supports (metal, glasses). This highly aesthetically-pleasing system also has the added benefit of being able to be painted to match the exterior of the building.
Between 3 and 5 meters is the maximum allowed distance between any two brackets; only two individuals should be allowed on the same span at any given time.
Our rail also has the added benefit of functioning as a vertical fall arrester. Because of the curved top, the worker can remain linked even when he stands on the top platform of the ladder, making it safer than any other vertical lifeline.
If the working environment has a low fall clearance or the SRL must travel precisely, it can be installed overhead (Self Retractable Lifleline).