Why use a DBI-SALA Horizontal Lifeline System?
For years, safety engineers and site directors have put their trust in the DBI-SALA Horizontal Lifeline Systems for superior engineering, technology and service. With the largest range of systems to fit a variety of applications, DBI-SALA Horizontal Lifelines offer significant benefits to enhance safety and productivity. A horizontal lifeline is a complex system comprised of a flexible line with connectors at both ends for securing it horizontally between two anchorages or anchorage connectors. Horizontal Lifeline Systems are used to protect users operating in the horizontal plane who may not have continuous access to suitable anchorage points. Horizontal Lifeline Systems include the lifeline component, connectors, anchorages and may include an energy absorbing component.
The revolutionary, new Energy Absorber and Wedgegrip termination included in the Cable Sayfline™ Horizontal Lifeline Systems is also available to customize your own system for additional safety.
Sayfline™ Cable Horizontal Lifeline Systems are highly portable and ideal for use in situations where welding, sparks or harsh environments are present or where minimal clearance exists.
Sayfline™ Synthetic Horizontal Lifeline Systems are not only lightweight and easy to install, but they are also extremely portable.
The Concrete and I-Beam Portable Horizontal
Lifeline System gives you an easy-to install
tie-off point before decking or other fall protection is available.
The easy to install, fully customizable Iron Wing™ Horizontal Lifeline System is ideal for larger beams and multi-span horizontal lifeline length systems.
The extremely lightweight stanchions in the Securaspan® Horizontal Lifeline Systems can be configured into a complete engineered fall protection system for steel erectors.
Pour-In-Place SecuraSpan® is a horizontal system that installs to column tops providing workers an overhead tie-off point and fall protection during the decking process.
Portable Guard Rail™ System is a totally free-standing, portable fall protection prevention system that requires no surface attachments. Versatile and affordable, it meets OSHA and ANSI requirements.
Traditional fall protection is accomplished by a worker using a Personal Fall Arrest System: a full body harness connected to an anchor point with a lanyard. Personal Fall Arrest Systems (PFAS) are actually one of the later choices in a comprehensive fall protection program.