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Only Full Body Harnesses may be used with a SafeWaze Cable Horizontal Lifeline. Use of Shock Absorbing Lanyards Fall Clearance Requirements when utilizing a 6’ Shock Absorbing Lanyard with the HLL system are indicated in the fall clearance table (Section 10, page 15) of this manual.

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Horizontal lifelines - review of regulations and simple design method considering anchorage rigidity ... Minimum requirements for flexible horizontal. ... is connected to the lifeline. Cable ...

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Wire Rope Cables - Permanent Engineered Horizontal Lifeline Systems for working at heights, our Engineered systems Meet or exceed the following requirements. ANSI Z359.6-2016 Specifications and Design Requirements for Active Fall Protection Systems, CSA Z259.13-16 Flexible Horizontal Lifelines, CSA Z259.16-15 Design of Active Fall Protection ...

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Flexible Horizontal Lifeline overhead cable based fall protection solutions provide a versatile yet economical solution to the most challenging fall hazards. Our cable based overhead horizontal lifelines are engineered to meet your specific requirements. Single and Multi-Span Lifelines. Single span systems are economical, cable-based, stainless ...

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The Uni 8™ evolution™ system comprises of an 8mm stainless steel cable permanently installed horizontal lifeline. It is suitable for any application where a user needs to move in a continuous line, straight and round corners, provided suitable anchorage points are available to connect to either ends of the line.

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Horizontal Lifeline System Components -Types of Systems Road & Bridge systems use components that were developed to meet the standard requirements of road and bridge work environments, and have ... Skyline™ Lifeline Cable Product Number: 6070-XX

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I-Beam Horizontal Lifeline System The SecuraSpan I-Beam Horizontal Lifeline Systems come in sizes from 20 to 60 feet that will fit 6 to 12 inch wide and up to 2 ¼ inch thick I-beam flanges. The systems use a simple clamp and wing nut installation. They come complete with a galvanized cable lifeline, two stanchions, and cable assembly.

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FLS Cable based horizontal lifeline systems provide a safe means of tie off for workers in a variety of applications. With spans up to 180’ and supporting multiple users, FLS Cable lifelines provide an economical and efficient solution for workers at height.

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Except that for a horizontal lifeline, the anchorage design loads could be much higher than the MAF of the harness -- due to cable geometry and depending on sag. They may even be higher than the OSHA standard 5000 lbf ultimate. In my mind, you'd either need to test the entire system or adjust your anchorage test load accordingly.

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“Horizontal lifelines may, depending on their geometry and angle of sag, be subjected to greater loads than the impact load imposed by an attached component. When the angle of horizontal lifeline sag is less than 30 degrees, the impact force imparted to the lifeline by an attached lanyard is greatly amplified.