Saferight’s Temporary Lifeline Kit with Webbing provides a quick and simple temporary means of establishing a static line safety system where freedom of movement is required for workers utilizing fall protection equipment.
This safety kit which serves as a temporary lifeline or a safety harness when working at heights is quick, easy and simple to install and is designed to withstand even the most extreme conditions. Recommended for its durability and lightweight, it is much easier for workers to install than other rated attachment systems.
It is recommended that this system is used overhead in conjunction with Saferight’s retracting lanyards, shock-absorbing lanyards and full-body harnesses, but can also be used horizontally in restraint techniques with fall arrest systems such as Saferight’s Roofers Kit.
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Saferight is a licensed supplier of a range of safety kits including a Temporary Lifeline Kit with Webbing that has guaranteed strength, durability and can be used in different applications including roof access, confined space entry, emergency rescue, working at heights and more.
All static line safety systems manufactured by Saferight undergo a 100% visual inspection and are designed to comply with AS/NZS 1891.1. Our manufacturing and QA systems are ISO 9001 certified, and we seek to exceed the strict standards that this certification requires rather than simply to meet them.
We manufacture all of our safety equipment supplies at our Belmont facility in Perth, Western Australia, where we also carefully source and vet all raw materials used in manufacturing our safety equipment.
Saferight offers a range of nationally accredited training such as Combined Occupational Courses in Perth for Working at Heights, Confined Space Entry, Gast Test and more. As a licensed manufacturer of safety equipment, we also use our products during our training and assessment conducted by our team of professional high-risk trainers in Saferight’s specialised rope access training facility in Belmont, Perth.