Horizontal Systems: Temporary

Horizontal Fall Protection Systems - Temporary


We believe that better safety means more people go home at the end of the working day. Our lifeline systems are used to protect workers operating at height in horizontal positions who may not have continuous access to suitable lifeline anchorage points.

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We offer comprehensive solutions for horizontal work and a it is critical to choose a horizontal system that has been precision engineered and rigorously tested to meet industry standards. The structures your horizontal lifeline must attach to, such as an I-beam, rebar stud, concrete column or roof, can dictate the type of specialized system required. A horizontal lifeline may appear to be a basic line strung between two anchors, but it is not. It is critical to choose a system that has been precision engineered and rigorously tested for the application and structure it will be attached to.

Horizontal systems are available in two different options – permanent and temporary, it is important to choose a system that has been rigorously tested and will be able to meet the set industry standards. With easy handling system, flexibility and reliability, there is no need to put everything on hold and make a choice to be there. These are also light in weight, easy to install and portable that gives one the freedom to use these as per their own choice and requirements.

When choosing a horizontal system, the type of application and protection needed is the first consideration. Specialised systems for roofing, façade access, transportation, wind and many others are available, designed for maximum protection and performance. 

The location and environment, whether indoors or outdoors, will affect the type of system required. Application and Environment, Anchorage Structure Type and Strength, Anchor Point Location System Type - Straight or Curved, and Length.