Not every situation is suitable for guardrailing. In circumstance where a fall cannot be prevented, fall protection lifeline systems are your next line of fall protection. Lifeline systems can be used to arrest workers in the event of a fall (active system), or restrain workers from reaching a fall hazard (restraint system). Learn more about the difference between fall arrest and fall restraint.
Fall arrest lifeline systems usually involved a fall arrest harness and anchor points. Below are a few of our fall arrest solutions, lifelines and tie off points.
It is necessary that a lifeline, whether temporary or permanent, be installed and tested by a qualified person.
Horizontal lifeline systems built to provide continuous protection for multiple users working at height.
Pre-engineered horizontal lifeline system that uses the Guardian Absorbinator. This lifeline system can be installed by a trained Competent Person.
Rope and steel cable temporary horizontal lifelines that can be installed temporarily and then reused.
Tether track is a rigid rail overhead lifeline system that does not sag or bend during a fall.
Lifelines that can be used to traverse up and down the sides of roofs and ladders.
Lifeline systems that are suitable for use during construction.
Kee Anchor is a mobile, dead weight anchor system for use on roofs up to 5 degree pitch. The quick-to-assemble system features a central attachment point which raises the height where the arrest force is applied.