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Horizontal and Vertical Safety Lines


Offering a personal measure of protection, specialist systems protect users in both Fall Arrest and Fall Restraint configurations.

Last Updated: 10/09/2021

What is a Safety Line?

A Safety Line (sometimes referred to as a mansafe system, a lifeline system, a lanyard, a harness line, a fall arrest system, a fall restraint system) can be a horizontal or vertical line that work at height personnel can attach themselves to, to protect or arrest them from falling. The systems are anchored to a structure, and then an operative is connected to act as a fall arrest/protection system.

Heightsafe’s Roof Lifelines are a great solution for visually sensitive buildings that require a Fall Protection system – providing a personal measure of protection where it is not feasible to supply collective edge protection for personnel.

These market leading roof safety line systems are designed to be safe and easy to use, operating horizontally, vertically, around corners, and on up-and-down inclines, offering full protection that is compliant with current legislation.

Whilst complementing individual building design, Heightsafe’s flexible systems are also sensitive to planning requirements for new buildings. Each safety line system is designed to meet specific site requirements, whether directly fixed to a solid structure, or built-up for composite metal decks, single ply membranes, concrete, or lead lined roofs.

When Working at Height, it is imperative that all personnel are appropriately trained to undertake the work at hand.

Heightsafe at Old Trafford Safety Lines

Who is Responsible for Providing Fall Protection?

Fall Protection is not a single person’s responsibility, more of a collective effort between building owners, employers, facilities managers, contractors, and employees working at height. Each party has their own responsibilities to ensure operatives working at height are provided with the most suitable system to keep them safe, whether that is edge protection, mobile anchors or safety lines.

What are the Legislation and Standards for Safety Lines?

It is stated in legislation that any fall arrest or fall prevention systems used for Work at Height are tested for integrity and compliance at least once every 12 months.

  • BS EN 795:2012
  • PD CEN/ TS 16415:2013
  • BS 7883:2019

 

Fall Protection for Flat Roofs


Fall Protection systems specially designed for flat roof membrane structures where Work at Height is required.

Fall Protection for Metal Deck Roofs


Specially designed Fall Protection systems for composite roof types with a maximum pitch of 15°.

Fall Protection for Standing Seam Roofs


Expertly designed Fall Protection systems ensure personnel are protected whilst Working at Height on standing seam roof structures.

Overhead Horizontal Fall Protection


Anchorage rail solutions protect personnel whilst Working at Height, perfect for overhead, horizontal and vertical configurations.

Mobile Man Anchors


A temporary solution for locations where it is not possible to permanently fit either Collective Edge or Personal Fall Protection.

  • Fall Arrest System Options
    • Horizontal
    • Vertical
    • Metal Deck Safety Lines
    • Flat Roof Safety Lines
    • Standing Seam Safety Lines
    • Overhead Safety Lines
    • Kingspan Safe-Pro2 Safety Lines

    TIP: it is imperative for fall protection roof anchors to only be installed on roof applications that have a confirmed capability to support the distributed loads applied in the event of a fall. Heightsafe are available to offer pre-installation surveys.

  • Available for
    • Design
    • Supply
    • Installation
    • Test and Inspection

Why Heightsafe?

UK industry leaders in the supply and installation of Fall Protection systems for Work at Height.

Heightsafe’s specialist teams work nationwide and are fully accredited with all of the relevant certifications to install and certify systems. With 50 years of combined Work at Height experience and partnerships with global industry leading suppliers, Fallprotec and XSPlatforms, you can be sure that your personnel are in safe hands when choosing to work with Heightsafe for your Personal Fall Protection requirements.

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Safety Lines Installed

795

Buildings Protected

852

Clients Serviced

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Rescue Training Courses


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