Legislation states that any person working at height needs to be protected to prevent them from falling.
While working at height should be avoided altogether, often it is unavoidable. Where this is the case collective protection such as Guardrail systems should be considered first. There are occasions, for example when the building layout is inappropiate, aesthetics may be compromised or cost makes collective
protection unsuitable and so personal fall protection is the preferred option.
Used typically to protect workers involved in irregular maintenance tasks, a wire based horizontal life line
system provides the most flexible, cost - effective option.
The system incorporates an Inline Shock Absorber that minimises the loads to an acceptable level for both the user and structure in the event of a fall.
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