Horizontal Lifelines Can Be Temporary or Permanent
A Horizontal Lifeline Protects Employees Above Or On Top of An Area or Equipment
Horizontal lifelines as personal fall arrest systems, also referred to as HLLs, protect workers on elevated work surfaces, such as rooftops, chemical vats, bridge trusses, pipe racks, crane runways, or steel girders on the upper floors of buildings during construction. In maintenance facilities, they protect workers atop airplane wings, buses and large trucks. HLLs can be temporary or permanent.
A Variety of Factors Should Be Considered For HLL Installation
Factors to be considered in the design and selection of HLLs include the potential for pendulum-like swing falls, the maximum forces that could be generated in the event of a fall, the number of workers that need to be protected, the strength of the building members or other places where the line will be mounted, and the height of the system from the ground or other level, including intermediate obstructions such as equipment of a pipe rack. Additionally, where more than one option is available, the ease with which workers can do their job while being protected and cost considerations become important.
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We are authorized distributors and installers for the following manufacturers of horizontal lifeline systems:
- Capital Safety/DBI Sala
- Kee Safety
- Miller Honeywell Safety Products
- Rigid Lifelines
- XS Platforms
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