Temporary Lifeline Systems

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  • Consultancy and audit for life-line systems
  • Designing life-line systems
  • Installation of life-line systems
  • Annual inspection, maintenance and recertification of life-line systems

Temporary Lifeline System

Provisional solution for working at height. It can be on cable or textile. The textile can be a dedicated system where the maximum length can reach 20m or it can be made of climbing rope with an indication that it should be anchored from 5 to 5 m intermittently.

If there is no permanent lifeline system on the roof, then the mobile lifeline can be installed for safe work. It can be anchored to permanent, temporary (with counterweights) or temporary anchorages on various structural elements that are sufficiently load-bearing.

This system must be installed by a competent person who has the necessary technical skills and knowledge in working height.
Standard: EN 795 C Types: MHL 10 (10 m) MHL 20 (20 m)

1. Steel Cable Temporary Lifeline System

temporary lifeline

Short specs

Adjustable length from 2 to 18 m
Secures an operator throughout the work.

  • The system is ready for installation. The built-in handle is used to tension the line.
  • The whole system is stored in an easy-to-carry case, without loops on the cable
  • Installation, removal and storage are the fastest in the industry, taking only a few seconds, providing maximum worker productivity
  • Built-in voltage and impact indicators avoid using the system if it has stopped falling
  • Extremely easy for ease of use
  • It attaches to any 22 kN anchor point
  • It offers hands-free horizontal mobility and continuous protection for 2 users per system
  • ATEX approved model is available

2. Textile Lanyard Temporary Lifeline

temporary lifeline

Short specs

Adjustable length from 2 to 25 m
Secures an operator throughout the work.

  • Easy, portable and quick to install, these systems provide an anchor point that can cover long distances and allow multiple workers to attach simultaneously.
  • Easy connection – the hook of a shock absorber cord connects directly to the lifeline.
  • Carrying case – ideal for transporting equipment around the site and protecting from contaminants such as dirt, moisture and UV degradation.
  • Built-in shock absorber – ensures increased safety by limiting arresting forces during the fall and alerting workers through a visual impact indicator.
  • Up to 4 users simultaneously on the system.


EN795 : The anchor point is a point where the fall arrest system is safely attached to ensure the security of the user. There are different kinds of anchor points:

Type A Anchoring device requiring the fixing of one more structural anchors
Type B Anchoring device not requiring the fixing of one more structural anchors
Type C Anchor device using horizontal flexible anchor lines
Type D Anchor device using horizontal rigid anchor lines
Type E Deadweight anchoring device

Use : There is no good fall arrest system without a good anchorage point. Whatever the type of intervention to achieve and that it is temporary or regular, it is essential to correctly choose its anchor point and verify that the host structure (building, steel structure, tower, …) is sufficiently resistant.

How to choose ?
The anchor point is undoubtedly the part of a fall arrest system that is tricky to choose to ensure optimum safety. When choosing the anchor point the first thing to do is to determine where to install it.

For this we must take into account the following aspects:

  • static strength of the anchor point : > 12 kN
  • installation height: high enough compared to the first potential obstacle in case of a fall (see fall factor diagram)
  • situation: in the vertical workstation to avoid risks of pendulum effect (see pendulum effect diagram)

We will ensure as far as possible to focus on work situations with a fall factor 0 or 1 and we will avoid if possible installing a fall arrest system on an anchor in fall factor 2, The pendulum effect must also be as small as possible.

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