A worker in a fall protection harness that is secured to a permanent horizontal lifeline system.

Permanent horizontal lifeline systems

Discover mobility and fall protection for at-height workers.

No matter what the job calls for, you’ll find a horizontal lifeline (HLL) system to maximize mobility, productivity and fall protection.

Types of permanent horizontal lifeline systems

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An HLL may appear to be a basic line strung between two anchors but it is much more than that. It is critical to choose a horizontal system that has been precision engineered and tested to meet industry standards.

  • A worker walking on a roof while attached to a roof system.

    Roof systems

    Roof systems are designed to provide secure attachments on the roof of a building where there is significant area for workers to move. In these cases, stationary anchors can give workers a connection point for safety equipment. Rail systems can also protect workers while allowing them to move around the roof.

  • A worker attached to a horizontal system, looking over the edge of a building.

    Horizontal sytems

    Horizontal systems offer a secure connection point while allowing worker mobility along the length of a structure such as a bridge, catwalk, maintenance platform or other frequently accessed place where fall protection is needed.

  • A worker on top of a train car in a rail yard, secured to a rigid rail system.

    Rigid rail systems

    Among the best in overhead fall protection systems on the market, these enclosed overhead track systems eliminate sag distance that can occur in cable systems, reduce fall clearance compared with foot-level anchors or rail systems, and are well-suited many applications, indoor or out.

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