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  • Custom Horizontal Lifeline Systems - Part #: Custom Horizontal Lifeline Systems

    Checkline Horizontal Lifeline System The Checkline Horizontal Lifeline System is ESG’s premium fall protection solution ideal for existing buildings. Designed for 3,600 pound force to be used in conjunction with 1,800 lb. maximum arresting force...

  • Reflecting Reality - The Offset Drop Test

    We can’t know how a fall protection product will perform, of course, until we do extensive testing in our lab. Testing is the place where the rubber meets the road, and where the eyes of anxious product engineers are glued to find out whether their...

  • Choosing The Right SRL For The Job - A Primer

    For the (especially first-time) SRL buyer, it might seem a little daunting to pick the “right” SRL for your specific needs. Like many things, there isn’t always a single solution that covers every possible situation. But that doesn’t mean that just any...

  • Selecting Overhead Fall Protection Systems

    We frequently see interior applications of overhead fall protection systems in the aviation, bus, and railcar industries. Typically, workers in these industries will need to perform routine and emergency maintenance on top of the equipment which can...

  • What's Wrong With This Picture? (Q4 2015)

    Guardian’s next installment of our world famous (work with us) What’s Wrong with This Picture series relates to a very common question in the industry: what self-retracting lifeline (SRL) is right for me?

  • What's Wrong With This Picture? (Q4 2016)

    It’s time again to ask that eternal question: what’s wrong with this picture?! We have an interesting one for you today, so we won’t worry about a lot of build-up. But one extra thing to keep in mind; in addition to asking if anything is wrong with our...

  • SRL vs. Lanyard Free Fall

    In an earlier blog post , we jumped into the difference between a 6’ and 12’ free fall , and how that determines what type lanyard (standard or extended free fall) is most appropriate for a given situation. In that case, it was kind of an apples to...

  • HTL Horizontal Lifeline

    Guardian's HTL-30/60/100 lightweight rope horizontal lifeline solutions excel in applications when you need a quick setup and tear down with a minimal of fuss. HTL-Series HLLs feature a built-in tensioner for easy one-person installation and error-free...

  • What is the intended use of dual leg lanyards/self-retracting lifelines?

    Dual leg lanyards and self-retracting lifelines from Guardian Fall Protection are designed to facilitate 100% tie-off. When transitioning between anchor points, first connect the second lanyard/self-retracting lifeline leg to a compatible anchor. Then,...

  • Can horizontal lifelines be used with the Parapet Anchor?

    The Guardian Fall Protection Parapet Anchor (part # 15171) may be used in combination with a horizontal lifeline, provided the horizontal lifeline runs perpendicular to the parapet on which the Parapet Anchor is installed. At no time may the Parapet...

  • Product Design Specifications | Fall Protection Resources - GFP

    Architects are frequently called upon to compile large amounts of information in a short amount of time, and given the variety of equipment and materials used in construction, this is not always an easy task. Guardian has made this process of compiling...

  • Fall Clearances

    Fall clearance is the distance between the working surface and the surface below. When considering what fall protection system to implement on your jobsite, fall clearances are very important and must be properly evaluated in order to ensure worker...

  • Project Profile: SAS Global

    More than forty feet above ground level, the SAS Global facility rooftop was in need of a fall protection solution that would provide safe access for both maintenance and inspection personnel.

  • What's Wrong With This Picture? (Q3 2015)

    And now time for everybody’s favorite—Guardian Fall Protection’s ongoing analysis of jobsite fall protection scenarios, What’s Wrong with This Picture?

  • Project Profile: Fort Thomas Advanced Treatment Plant

    General Partnership’s advanced treatment plant required a horizontal lifeline that would allow maintenance workers to safely access the plant’s rooftop vegetation and equipment.

  • Getting Testy - Static Vs. Dynamic Product Testing

    All of the products whose manufacture is governed by ANSI standards must go through rigorous compliance testing to ensure their integrity and performance. Although the specific test and performance parameters vary for each standard, tests can be...

  • The FAQs of HLLs

    Horizontal Lifelines are one of the most common components of fall protection. However, they are also one of the most misunderstood. The debut of our new Horizontal Lifeline (HLL) Absorbinator Kits , gives us a chance to go over some of the most common...

  • Climbing Ladders: The Importance of Ladder Safety Devices

    Millions of workers climb ladders each and every day to access their respective work areas in applications that range from satellite towers to crane towers to theatre productions. And a few of these workers include the team members at ESG who climb...

  • Consider the Swing Fall

    Read any instruction manual for a Self-Retracting Lifeline and I’d bet dimes to doughnuts you’ll read about how to calculate Fall Clearance. At least you will in Guardian instruction manuals. Calculating Fall Clearance is a vital part of the proper use...

  • Multiple Tie-Off Anchors - When More Is Merrier

    When we think of the relationship between a worker and an anchor in terms of ratios, we usually think 1:1; that is, one worker tied to a single, independent anchor. This is evidenced by the fact that the vast majority of our fall protection anchors are...

  • Beware The Swing Fall

    Read any instruction manual for a fall protection lanyard or SRL, and you’ll no doubt read about fall clearance . That, of course, is the minimum distance required between the worker and next lower level (be it part of the building or the ground) to...

  • What's Wrong With This Picture? (Q1 2015)

    As a leader in the fall protection industry, Guardian Fall Protection is frequently asked to provide assessments regarding the proper use of equipment. We are happy to say that the majority of our customers are using equipment safely and correctly....

  • Q & A: Permanent Fall Restraint Systems

    In the hierarchy of fall protection, fall restraint systems are always the preferred choice.

  • Project Profile: Century Link Building

    In Olympia, Century Link’s service operating center required a pass-thru horizontal lifeline assembly to provide maintenance workers safe access to the building’s rooftop gutters and mechanical units on the roof while remaining tied-off at all times.

  • Project Profile: 4730 California

    ESG is committed to providing excellent customer service as well as innovative solutions to design fall protection for our clients. Recently, ESG had the opportunity to collaborate with Compass General Construction to design a horizontal lifeline for a...

  • Sack of Safety

    The Guardian Fall Protection Sack of Safety is a premium, all-inclusive fall protection kit. It includes (1) 25 foot or 50 foot vertical lifeline, (1) HUV Harness, (1) SOS Backpack, and a choice between type and quantity of Snappy, Temper, and Ridge-It...

  • Swivel Top for Skyhook - Part #: 00380

    The Skyhook™ Swivel Top is great for the first-worker up system. The swivel top is easy to install as it mounts on top of the Skyhook™ anchor point via its removable and reusable bolt-on application. This product allows for a self-retracting lifeline...

  • Diablo 2.0 Tie-Back SRL

    The Diablo 2.0 Tie-Back SRL is ideal for use in areas where no traditional anchorage connector is available. Simply wrap the lifeline around a compatible structural anchor, connect the tie-back hook to the lifeline, and tighten down against the...

  • Single - Part #: 11094

    The Diablo 2.0 Tie-Back SRL is ideal for use in areas where no traditional anchorage connector is available. Simply wrap the lifeline around a compatible structural anchor, connect the tie-back hook to the lifeline, and tighten down against the...

  • Double - Part #: 11095

    The Diablo 2.0 Tie-Back SRL is ideal for use in areas where no traditional anchorage connector is available. Simply wrap the lifeline around a compatible structural anchor, connect the tie-back hook to the lifeline, and tighten down against the...

  • Can horizontal lifelines be used with deadweight anchors?

    Guardian Fall Protection deadweight anchors (Angel Anchor and EcoAnchor) may be used in combination with horizontal lifelines, but only for a maximum 2 workers, and only for Restraint applications. There is no restriction on the type of horizontal...

  • New Release: Single & Double Diablo Tie-Back SRL

    Guardian Fall Protection is proud to announce the release of our new single and double Diablo Tie-Back self-retracting lifelines (SRLs).

  • Shock Absorbing Fall Protection

    Over the course of the last forty years, the amount of Americans killed in automobile accidents has been nearly cut in half from a peak of over 54,000 in 1972 to less than 33,000 in 2012. [1] This decrease is much accredited to manufacturer and state...

  • The Advantages & Disadvantages of Fall Restraint & Fall Arrest

    Hundreds of different types of fall protection equipment, designed be incorporated in either a fall restraint or a fall arrest system, are sold on a daily basis. And it is the duty of the trained and designated Competent Person to determine which of...

  • Project Profile: Bellingham Technical College - Buildings J & M

    In order to complete the new wood roofs on Buildings ‘J’ and ‘M’ at Bellingham Technical College, the school required a cable lifeline system that would allow for continuous pass through between several permanently attached fall protection anchors....

  • Project Profile: Oak Hill Supportive Community

    The Oak Hill Supportive Community facility required a fall protection system for maintenance, repair, and inspection of their rooftop. The facility’s architect had specified that the single anchor points incorporated in this fall protection system...

  • Fall Protection 101: The ABC's of Our Industry

    Sometimes the only way to do a job involves exposure to fall hazards. Selecting the right equipment is always key to ensuring worker safety, but this is especially true when working in Fall Arrest applications. Luckily, there is an easy way to remember...

  • What's Wrong With This Picture? (Q3 2016)

    At Guardian Fall Protection we’re always on the lookout for product misuse. We have eyes and ears everywhere. Nobody is safe (unless, of course, they’re using equipment correctly). We’re like the CIA of fall protection.

  • SRL Inspections - Three Minutes That Could Save Your Life

    One of the most important rules any worker at height must follow is that equipment MUST be inspected prior to each use. Inspecting the integrity and function of your fall protection equipment before you put it into use gives you the opportunity to...

  • What's Wrong With This Picture? (Q1)

    There’s a common saying that goes something like this: “the road to trouble is paved with good intentions.” And nothing could be truer when it comes to our example for this quarter’s What’s Wrong With This Picture.

  • A Case for Multiple Anchors

    Proper planning is an essential part of creating any fall protection system. With the myriad available products available to the residential roofer or homeowner, it might seem overwhelming to select the one “right” solution for the job, in some cases,...

  • What's Wrong With This Picture (Q1 2018)

    It’s a new year and a new company (for those who missed it, Guardian is now officially part of Pure Safety !). But while the calendar may have reset, fall protection products continue to be misused on a regular basis. So, just like the Earth’s path...

  • Parapet Anchor for Guardrails - Part #: 15171

    The Parapet Anchor System can be used for the placement of guardrail uprights, single point tie-off, or in conjunction with a horizontal rope lifeline. This product meets OSHA standards for guardrail and anchor point purposes. This anchor system acts...

  • 5K MEGA Swivel Anchor

    The Guardian Fall Protection MEGA Swivel Anchor is rated for four men horizontal lifeline systems. This particular anchor rotates 360 degrees and flips 180 degrees. The MEGA swivel anchor can be used on steel flanges or concrete substrates. The safe...

  • 5K MEGA Swivel Anchor - Part #: 00292

    The Guardian Fall Protection MEGA Swivel Anchor is rated for four men horizontal lifeline systems. This particular anchor rotates 360 degrees and flips 180 degrees. The MEGA swivel anchor can be used on steel flanges or concrete substrates. The safe...

  • 5K MEGA Swivel Anchor - Part #: 00293

    The Guardian Fall Protection MEGA Swivel Anchor is rated for four men horizontal lifeline systems. This particular anchor rotates 360 degrees and flips 180 degrees. The MEGA swivel anchor can be used on steel flanges or concrete substrates. The safe...

  • CB-1-B - Bolt-On Wall Anchor

    The Guardian Fall Protection CB-1-B is a 6" x 6" bolt-on anchor for wood, steel, and concrete applications. It can be installed in either temporary or permanent applications, and can be used in combination with a horizontal lifeline system, This anchor...

  • CB-1-B - Bolt-On Wall Anchor - Part #: 00600

    The Guardian Fall Protection CB-1-B is a 6" x 6" bolt-on anchor for wood, steel, and concrete applications. It can be installed in either temporary or permanent applications, and can be used in combination with a horizontal lifeline system, This anchor...

  • CB-1-B - Bolt-On Wall Anchor - Part #: 00601

    The Guardian Fall Protection CB-1-B is a 6" x 6" bolt-on anchor for wood, steel, and concrete applications. It can be installed in either temporary or permanent applications, and can be used in combination with a horizontal lifeline system, This anchor...

  • 4 Way Plate Anchor - Part #: 00691

    The Guardian Fall Protection 4-Way Plate Anchor supports one worker in fall arrest or two workers in fall restraint, and is suitable for installation onto wood, metal, or concrete. Its 4 connection points greatly increase the potential working range,...

  • Stingray Post Kit - Part #: 04736

    The Guardian Fall Protection Stingray Anchor can be used either as a single anchorage connector, or as a component of a horizontal lifeline (HLL) system. Compatible with I beam flange widths from 5”-13”, and beam thicknesses up to 3—3/8”, the Stingray...

  • Stingray Post Kit - Part #: 04737

    The Guardian Fall Protection Stingray Anchor can be used either as a single anchorage connector, or as a component of a horizontal lifeline (HLL) system. Compatible with I beam flange widths from 5”-13”, and beam thicknesses up to 3—3/8”, the Stingray...

  • Absorbinator System for Stingray - Part #: 15048

    The Guardian Fall Protection Stingray Anchor can be used either as a single anchorage connector, or as a component of a horizontal lifeline (HLL) system. Compatible with I beam flange widths from 5”-13”, and beam thicknesses up to 3—3/8”, the Stingray...

  • Absorbinator System for Stingray - Part #: 15049

    The Guardian Fall Protection Stingray Anchor can be used either as a single anchorage connector, or as a component of a horizontal lifeline (HLL) system. Compatible with I beam flange widths from 5”-13”, and beam thicknesses up to 3—3/8”, the Stingray...

  • Rope Anchor - Part #: 01300

    The Guardian Fall Protection Rope Anchor functions to integrate an anchorage connector with a vertical lifeline system. To use, install rope through the Rope Anchor according to the provided instructions, and either connect it with a compatible...

  • 10K Mega Swivel Anchor

    The Guardian Fall Protection MEGA Swivel Anchor is rated for four men horizontal lifeline systems. This particular anchor rotates 360 degrees and flips 180 degrees. The MEGA swivel anchor can be used on steel flanges or concrete substrates. The safe...

  • 10K Mega Swivel Anchor - Part #: 00238

    The Guardian Fall Protection MEGA Swivel Anchor is rated for four men horizontal lifeline systems. This particular anchor rotates 360 degrees and flips 180 degrees. The MEGA swivel anchor can be used on steel flanges or concrete substrates. The safe...

  • 10K Mega Swivel Anchor - Part #: 00237

    The Guardian Fall Protection MEGA Swivel Anchor is rated for four men horizontal lifeline systems. This particular anchor rotates 360 degrees and flips 180 degrees. The MEGA swivel anchor can be used on steel flanges or concrete substrates. The safe...

  • Premium Roller Sling Anchor

    The Roller Sling Anchor is the ideal solution for connection to structural anchors. Available in 2’, 3’, and 6' lengths, simply wrap the Roller Sling Anchor around your compatible structural anchor, connect a carabiner through both eyelets of the...

  • Premium Roller Sling Anchor - Part #: 10427

    The Roller Sling Anchor is the ideal solution for connection to structural anchors. Available in 2’, 3’, and 6' lengths, simply wrap the Roller Sling Anchor around your compatible structural anchor, connect a carabiner through both eyelets of the...

  • Premium Roller Sling Anchor - Part #: 10426

    The Roller Sling Anchor is the ideal solution for connection to structural anchors. Available in 2’, 3’, and 6' lengths, simply wrap the Roller Sling Anchor around your compatible structural anchor, connect a carabiner through both eyelets of the...

  • Premium Roller Sling Anchor - Part #: 10428

    The Roller Sling Anchor is the ideal solution for connection to structural anchors. Available in 2’, 3’, and 6' lengths, simply wrap the Roller Sling Anchor around your compatible structural anchor, connect a carabiner through both eyelets of the...

  • Project Profile: American Bridge Headquarters

    American Bridge is a construction company whose projects include a significant proportion of larger bridges around the world. Having just recently upgraded their headquarters with a new metal roof, American Bridge was in need of a permanent fall...

  • Project Profile: University of North Carolina - Student Teaching Lab

    UNC Wilmington required permanent fall protection on the Student Teaching Laboratory that would be able to accommodate four users simultaneously while being OSHA and ANSI compliant. The project required anchor points to be welded to the structural...

  • Project Profile: Ball State University - Worthen Arena

    The John E. Worthen Arena at Ball State University, home to the BSU Cardinals basketball and volleyball teams, was originally erected in 1991 and underwent a roofing renovation in 2012. In conjunction with this renovation of the arena, the University...

  • Project Profile: University of Virginia - Indoor Practice Facility

    To allow maintenance workers to access the rooftop of its indoor practice facility, the University of Virginia needed to first install fall protection to keep those workers safe.

  • Project Profile: WWU Shannon Point Marine Research Center

    Western Washington University required a fall protection system for the Shannon Point Marine Research center located in Anacortes, WA. The fall protection system was to include horizontal lifelines capable of securing 2 users in fall arrest, or 4 users...

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  • Project Profile: Cedar Heights School

    In order to promote safe rooftop access and OSHA compliance on its standing seam metal roof, Cedar Heights Middle School requested a fall protection system.

  • Doing More With Less: Why The Temper Anchor Is So Dang Popular

    Versatility is often an underappreciated thing, but not in fall protection. Given the seemingly endless variety of conditions workers find themselves, any time a product can span jobs, or is designed to fit multiple applications, it seems to become a...

  • Snap To It! The Big Deal About Those Little Snap Hooks

    Every day, hundreds of thousands of workers rely on their fall protection gear to keep them safe. In numbers probably uncountable, these workers constantly clip and unclip, tie and untie, and snap and unsnap themselves from anchors day in and day out,...

  • What's Wrong With This Picture? (Q2 2016)

    For more than a year now, we have highlighted examples of how we see fall protection equipment being used in the real world. Instructions and other technical information are always great ways to learn about proper use and installation, but oftentimes...

  • What's Wrong With This Picture? (Q2 2017)

    Let’s all take a moment for a little thought experiment. For the next ten seconds, close your eyes and think as hard as you can about the following word: anchor. No tricks and no wrong answers, just one little word. Think of as many ideas or...

  • Which Bucket Of Safe-Tie Do You Need?

    If you haven’t gotten the memo yet, it’s summer ! And, if you are a homeowner, I’d be willing to bet there will be some nagging reason you need to traipse up to the roof. Maybe it’s a broken shingle, or cleaning the gutters, or maybe you are the...

  • HTL Kit: Tensioner/2 O-Rings/2 Cross Arm Straps/2 Carabiners/Storage Bag - Part #: 04663

    Guardian's HTL-30/60/100 lightweight rope horizontal lifeline solutions excel in applications when you need a quick setup and tear down with a minimal of fuss. HTL-Series HLLs feature a built-in tensioner for easy one-person installation and error-free...

  • HTL Kit: Tensioner/2 O-Rings/2 Cross Arm Straps/2 Carabiners/Storage Bag - Part #: 04664

    Guardian's HTL-30/60/100 lightweight rope horizontal lifeline solutions excel in applications when you need a quick setup and tear down with a minimal of fuss. HTL-Series HLLs feature a built-in tensioner for easy one-person installation and error-free...

  • HTL Kit: Tensioner/2 O-Rings/2 Cross Arm Straps/2 Carabiners/Storage Bag - Part #: 04665

    Guardian's HTL-30/60/100 lightweight rope horizontal lifeline solutions excel in applications when you need a quick setup and tear down with a minimal of fuss. HTL-Series HLLs feature a built-in tensioner for easy one-person installation and error-free...

  • 8’ Diablo Cable Tie-Back SRL-LE w/ Tie-back webbing - Part #: 11097

    The Diablo Cable Tie-Back SRL-LE combines our Diablo Cable with the Diablo Web tie-back, creating an SRL with both leading-edge capability and the flexibility of tie-back functionality. We’ve added 3’ of tie-back webbing to allow workers to connect...

  • 8’ Diablo Cable Tie-Back SRL-LE (Single)

    The Diablo Cable Tie-Back SRL-LE combines our Diablo Cable with the Diablo Web tie-back, creating an SRL with both leading-edge capability and the flexibility of tie-back functionality. We’ve added 3’ of tie-back webbing to allow workers to connect...

  • 8’ Diablo 2.5 Cable Tie-Back SRL-LE (Single Leg) - Part #: 11108

    The Diablo 2.5 Cable Tie-Back SRL-LE combines our Diablo Cable with the Diablo Web tie-back, creating an SRL with both leading-edge capability and the flexibility of tie-back functionality. We’ve added 3’ of tie-back webbing to allow workers to connect...

  • 8’ Dual Diablo 2.5 Cable Tie-Back SRL-LE - Part #: 11109

    The Diablo 2.5 Cable Tie-Back SRL-LE combines our Diablo Cable with the Diablo Web tie-back, creating an SRL with both leading-edge capability and the flexibility of tie-back functionality. We’ve added 3’ of tie-back webbing to allow workers to connect...


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