The Benefits of Horizontal Safety Lines
Horizontal safety lines minimise the consequences of falls from height. This is an affordable, suitable solution should working at height be unavoidable and guarding not achievable.
The system is typically designed for 2/3 users at any one time and requires more advanced training on working at height and PPE. Fall arrest systems will require suitable rescue plans and rescue training.
We work with a range of leading MSA Latchways equipment, such as MSA Latchways Mansafe Constant Force Horizontal Lifelines, to provide the highest standard of safety to suit your needs.
Versatile & Hands Free
The system can be fixed to virtually all types of roofs and structures, providing a discrete and aesthetically pleasing solution where collective measures are not suitable.
Horizontal safety line systems offer continuous hands free access for all aspects of roof inspection and maintenance. It is required by law that this system is inspected and certified every 12 months as a minimum along with any associated PPE equipment. Similar to the horizontal safety line set up, Altus Safety also offers horizontal lifeline systems, that work with a track mechanism.
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Horizontal cable systems are a flexible solution for protecting people working at height. The cost effective, user friendly systems are ideal for almost all types of roof and flat structures to suit wide range of purposes.
These systems support multiple workers for both fall arrest or work restraint and are designed for maximum safety. Horizontal cable systems comply with the following standards:
EN795 Class A and C Standards
Testing/Inspection standards and frequency:
Class C Fall Protection systems under BS EN 795 – minimum of every 12 months and/or after every fall by a working at height specialist company
These systems and any associated PPE equipment must be inspected before and after every use by a trained user.
Horizontal cable systems are available in a range of materials and finishes, Please see below:
- Stainless Steel
- Certain components ‘only’ can be powder coated to any RAL colour
- Electro-polished for greater longevity
Horizontal cable systems can be fixed to almost any roof type or structure making them extremely versatile. In nearly all cases these systems do not need to be attached to structural steel or purlins.
Horizontal cable systems are also known as:
safety line, lifeline, fall arrest, fall restraint, man line, roof safety wire, fall protection systems, anchor systems.
These systems are commonly installed in the following sectors:
- Hotels / Leisure
Horizontal cable systems are designed using custom design software to calculate system performance for reliable levels of safety.
Available Materials & Finishes