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Vertical Lifelines

Vertical Lifelines are designed for a single worker. They usually take the place of lanyard in the fall protection world and come in much greater lengths.  You can get a 100' rope lifeline if you need to.

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The Right Tool for the Right Job

When you’re working high, one of the first things you need to worry about—aside from doing the job right—is doing the job safely. That’s just being smart about the physics you’re going up against, since the higher you go, the more painful the injuries will be if anything goes wrong. Just remember, the whole point of doing the job is to end the day on a high note. You don’t want to end up seriously injured, that would just really ruin your day.

The idea of working high may not change much, but the circumstances you’ll find yourself in change from one job to the next. The exact mechanics that keep a person safe require different types of equipment for specific work. If you’re working on a roof, the odds are pretty good that a vertical lifeline will be the most economical solution to keep you safe.

When You Need More Than a Ladder

Vertical lifelines are often useful when you have to work on a roof, and you don’t have a ladder that safely allows you to do the job at hand. Vertical lifeline assemblies are versatile connectors that allow you to set the working distance, meaning they can be used for both fall arrest and fall restraint.

With a vertical lifeline rope, you have a lot of different choices. If you don’t want a shock absorber hanging off your back, get a lifeline with a shock absorber built in. If you want that shock pack with you wherever you go, use a rope grab with a shock absorber.

All the Brands & All the Lengths of Vertical Lifelines

Depending on the type of work you’re looking to do, we’ve got various lengths to keep you safely covered. For the jobs that really have you working bigger areas, we have 100’ lifelines, but we also provide shorter lengths at 50’, 30’ and even 25’. It all depends on the work area and size of the roof. Although, always remember to be aware of a swing fall. Don’t know what a swing fall is? Give us a call or check out our blog and we’ll fill you in.

We also have different brands for people that know exactly what they’re looking for. If you want Miller, FallTech, Guardian, Super Anchor or French Creek, we’ve got it. If you want a specific material, like polydac or polypropylene, we’ve got that too. You only have to ask.

We’re The Experts That Listen

The name “Fall Protection Pros” isn’t just a business name, it’s our area of expertise. We know the equipment, and we know the best ways to put them to use. If you have any questions about what gear you should use for a situation, don’t hesitate to ask us. We want to make sure everyone works safely, and we’ll make sure you get the equipment that will give you the protection you need.

When you’re ready to order, you can either place your request online or call us by phone. We’ve got a lot of different shipping options depending on how quickly you do or don’t need it, so just let us know what your situation is, and we’ll be able to accommodate it.