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  • Understanding Extended Free Fall Lanyards

    lanyard and the Big Boss Extended Free Fall lanyard?” Good question. By just looking at the pictures, or holding the lanyards in your hands, a first reaction might be, “Not much.” There’s some truth to that statement; both lanyards are 6’ long, and both...

  • Can multiple shock absorbing lanyards be used in-line with one another?

    and swing fall factors are taken into consideration. For example, it would be improper to use two, 6' length / 6' FF lanyards in combination with each other because the combined potential free fall of these lanyards world be greater than what they are...

  • Can OSHA Shut Down a Job Site Over a Lanyard?

    This week's update is the first of a two-part article that was prompted by a question from a customer. What at first seemed like a straight-forward question with a simple answer turned into anything but. As a matter of fact, finding the complete answer...

  • 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,...

  • What's Wrong With This Picture? (Q2 2015)

    This quarter we’re focusing primarily on connecting devices, and will continue to do so in this next installment of our What’s Wrong with this Picture series—our ongoing analysis of jobsite fall protection scenarios.

  • Lanyard vs SRL: A Tale of Two Connectors

    of the diverse traits of the connecting devices available on the market. Two of the most common connecting devices are lanyards and self-retracting lifelines (SRLs).

  • Numbers, Numbers, Everywhere...Why 282 Matters In Fall Protection

    Anyone who regularly reviews the regulations from both OSHA and ANSI knows that these documents are full of numbers - lots of numbers . So many numbers in fact that newcomers to them often report nightmares with divisions of marching 6s and waves of...

  • What's Wrong With This Picture (Q3 2017)

    Summer has come and gone, the leaves are just starting to turn, and the moon even blocked out the sun for some of us lucky few. And as the seasons turn that means it’s time again to take a closer look at how fall protection equipment gets used in the...

  • SRL vs. Lanyard Free Fall

    free fall) is most appropriate for a given situation. In that case, it was kind of an apples to apples comparison; the lanyards were a fixed length, and we learned that anchor position was the sole determining factor as to whether or not the free fall...

  • EPRA - Your New Best Friend For Fall Protection

    Once you have identified the hazards on a jobsite, your next job is to choose the safest means of protecting workers from the hazard. I know, that’s a pretty obvious statement, but there’s a bit of nuance involved that is worth thinking about.

  • 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...

  • Product Knowledge Training

    commercial anchors, permanent and temporary anchorages, full body harnesses, construction harnesses, climber harnesses, lanyards, rope systems, and class A, B, and LE SRLs. All students will participate in classroom and hands-on instruction that will...

  • 10 Things to Expect from Competent Person Training

    The Competent Person Class , offered by our F.I.R.S.T Choice Training division, is designed to train its students in the best-practice methods of identifying and eliminating both existing and predictable fall hazards. Upon completing the two-day,...

  • F.I.R.S.T Choice Training: How To Inspect A Harness

    Equipment inspection is one of the most important procedures in the world of fall protection. No matter how well designed or high performing the equipment, if it is damaged it will not do what you need it to. And damage cannot be found and remedied...

  • What force is required to cause a shock absorber to begin to deploy?

    The shock absorbing component of lanyards and SRLs will typically begin to deploy when exposed to between 725 lbs. to 750 lbs. of force.

  • Do 12’ free fall distances violate OSHA?

    Guardian Big Boss Lanyards and Leading Edge Self-Retracting Lifelines are designed for applications in which potential free fall exceeds the OSHA 1926.502 requirement of 6’. Similar to the question of maximum permitted deceleration, free fall in excess...

  • Do deceleration distance allowances in excess of 42” violate OSHA?

    is universally accepted across the industry. Greater deceleration distances are even permitted for extended free fall lanyards (60”) and SRLs (54”). The fact is that OSHA has not revised their fall protection standard in any significant way for many...

  • Non-Shock Absorbing Lanyard - Part #: 01271

    The Non-Shock Absorbing Lanyards offered by Guardian Fall Protection are available in a variety of lengths, from 2'-6', and connector options, including snap hooks and rebar hooks. Because they do not include a shock absorbing component, these lanyards...

  • Non-Shock Absorbing Lanyard - Part #: 01270

    The Non-Shock Absorbing Lanyards offered by Guardian Fall Protection are available in a variety of lengths, from 2'-6', and connector options, including snap hooks and rebar hooks. Because they do not include a shock absorbing component, these lanyards...

  • Non-Shock Absorbing Lanyard - Part #: 01266

    The Non-Shock Absorbing Lanyards offered by Guardian Fall Protection are available in a variety of lengths, from 2'-6', and connector options, including snap hooks and rebar hooks. Because they do not include a shock absorbing component, these lanyards...

  • Non-Shock Absorbing Lanyard - Part #: 01265

    The Non-Shock Absorbing Lanyards offered by Guardian Fall Protection are available in a variety of lengths, from 2'-6', and connector options, including snap hooks and rebar hooks. Because they do not include a shock absorbing component, these lanyards...

  • Non-Shock Absorbing Lanyard - Part #: 01261

    The Non-Shock Absorbing Lanyards offered by Guardian Fall Protection are available in a variety of lengths, from 2'-6', and connector options, including snap hooks and rebar hooks. Because they do not include a shock absorbing component, these lanyards...

  • Non-Shock Absorbing Lanyard - Part #: 01260

    The Non-Shock Absorbing Lanyards offered by Guardian Fall Protection are available in a variety of lengths, from 2'-6', and connector options, including snap hooks and rebar hooks. Because they do not include a shock absorbing component, these lanyards...

  • Non-Shock Absorbing Lanyard - Part #: 01255

    The Non-Shock Absorbing Lanyards offered by Guardian Fall Protection are available in a variety of lengths, from 2'-6', and connector options, including snap hooks and rebar hooks. Because they do not include a shock absorbing component, these lanyards...

  • Non-Shock Absorbing Lanyard - Part #: 01251

    The Non-Shock Absorbing Lanyards offered by Guardian Fall Protection are available in a variety of lengths, from 2'-6', and connector options, including snap hooks and rebar hooks. Because they do not include a shock absorbing component, these lanyards...

  • Non-Shock Absorbing Lanyard - Part #: 01250

    The Non-Shock Absorbing Lanyards offered by Guardian Fall Protection are available in a variety of lengths, from 2'-6', and connector options, including snap hooks and rebar hooks. Because they do not include a shock absorbing component, these lanyards...

  • Non-Shock Absorbing Lanyard

    The Non-Shock Absorbing Lanyards offered by Guardian Fall Protection are available in a variety of lengths, from 2'-6', and connector options, including snap hooks and rebar hooks. Because they do not include a shock absorbing component, these lanyards...

  • Third-Party Testing

    Since we are in a testing frame of mind, it’s worth taking a deeper look into third-party testing - what it is, what it isn’t, and what it means to all of us in the industry, whether you are a manufacturer or user of fall protection equipment.

  • Gear Maintenance - It's All About Symbiosis

    No matter what type of gear you end up using, there is a key factor in ensuring its working condition, and that is proper maintenance . Frankly, you’d be shocked to see some of the pictures of used products we have seen. Perhaps the most shocking part...

  • The Responsibilities of Authorized, Competent, and Qualified Persons

    Like those in any field with its own esoteric language, we in fall protection often take for granted that when we use a term, everyone else knows what we are talking about. For example, if I said, “For that Fall Arrest application, you’ll need an...

  • The Gist of Guardrails

    easy to get tied up in the technology of fall protection. I mean, who isn’t impressed with the current offerings of SRLs , lanyards , or harnesses for Fall Restraint or Fall Arrest solutions? There is no doubt that the combination of a full-body...

  • SRL Repair Technician Training

    for those individuals who will be repairing, inspecting, and recertifying Guardian Fall Protection Self Retracting Devices/Lanyards/Lifelines (SRD/SRL) and are currently employed by a Guardian Fall Protection Authorized Repair Center (ARC) or Authorized...

  • Fall Protection Awareness Training

    (ABC’s). OSHA rules of when Fall Protection is required. Selection, inspection, and donning of body harnesses, lanyards, and SRLs. Fall related statistics and forces that affect the worker. At the completion of this course, participants will be able to...

  • Staying Healthy At Height

    As a full-line fall protection manufacturer, we put a lot of energy into making the most effective products for the worker-at-height. We want to make sure that you have the safest experience possible while performing your work. But although we try to...

  • What's Up With Work Positioning?

    When we think of working at height , we often imagine someone tethered to a lanyard or SRL walking across a roof, along the edge of an unfinished concrete floor, or maybe traversing a beam while a mobile anchor slides along quietly behind them. But...

  • The Humble Lanyard Keeper

    If there is an unsung hero of a fall protection harness, it has to be the lanyard keeper . The what? The lanyard keeper - that little loop of plastic (or snap strap), where the second leg of a dual-leg lanyard resides (or should reside) when it’s not...

  • 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...

  • Now Available! Guardian Fall Protection Halo Harness

    Now Available!! The Guardian Fall Protection Premium Halo Harness .

  • Permanent vs. Temporary: Which System & Why?

    There is no doubt fall protection gear is robust. From anchors to harnesses to lanyards , Guardian designs and builds gear that you can count on, year in – year out . But just because we build our gear to last, that doesn’t mean there isn’t some...

  • Thinking Inside The Box With The Trench Box Anchor

    I would be willing to bet if I asked you to use your imagination and pretend to look at a potential fall hazard, you would tilt your head back slightly as if you were looking up at a building that was under construction – and you’d be right, mostly....

  • Looking For A Deal On Fall Protection? The Risks Of Buying Used Gear

    the local classifieds to see if you can find a good deal on some “slightly used but not abused” gear, such as harnesses , lanyards , or maybe even an SRL . Good idea? After all, if the gear looks good and seems to work, it should be just fine, right?...

  • Safely Installing the First Anchor On Your Jobsite

    If there’s one thing we know about requirements for fall protection during construction work it’s that, if you are over 6’ above the next highest working surface (or less in certain states), you are legally required to use equipment specially designed...

  • 8 Things to Address in a Fall Protection Plan

    A fall protection plan is a safety plan for workers who will be at elevated work areas. Having a detailed fall protection plan is essential to ensure the highest degree of worker safety. The plan aims to provide a safe working environment and to...

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    Home Products Full Body Harnesses Lanyards Self-Retracting Lifelines Anchor Points Safety Kits Accessories Guardrail Systems Confined Space Scaffolding Systems Engineered Lifeline Systems Ladder Safety Products Netting Systems Rescue Systems Resources...

  • Project Profile: Dow Agroscience

    In Kauai, the new Dow Agroscience building required pass-through horizontal lifelines to provide safe access to their three PV arrays, as they require regular maintenance and repair.

  • Change Notice: Webbing Color Change

    Guardian Fall Protection is changing the color of the webbing for the majority of lanyards and other products.

  • New Release: Surfacetech Webbing Product Series

    Guardian Fall Protection is proud to announce the release of our new Surfacetech series of products.

  • Get Trained!: Become A Competent Person

    In the construction industry, worker safety unquestionably plays a central role. And, because falls from heights are one of the most frequent causes of injury, it is understandable that OSHA and ANSI have developed extensive requirements for the fall...

  • How to Inspect Your Equipment

    March 23rd, 2011 Before you put on any sort of fall protection, OSHA requires that you inspect it. While this is often mentioned, there’s little talk of exactly how you should inspect your equipment. A lot of this may be common sense, but it never...

  • After The Fall

    On March 4, 2011, two workers in Yonkers, New York were working on a scaffold on the twelfth story of a twenty-seven story building when the scaffolding collapsed. Both workers had personal fall arrest harnesses on that prevented them from falling to...

  • Guardian Fall Protection Launches Velocity Harness

    Economy Harnesses. Each Velocity harness features dual lanyard keepers that reduce the risk of dragging and snagging lanyards. A special identification label allows employees to personalize their harness without jeopardizing the integrity of the...

  • Product Inspection Forms | Fall Protection Resources - GFP

    in this process. Product Family Inspection Form Anchor Points pdf Full Body Harnesses pdf Self-Retracting Lifelines pdf Lanyards pdf Horizontal Lifelines pdf Vertical Lifelines pdf

  • CB-18 Anchor Point (Wood And Steel) - Part #: 00657

    roof construction, and is compatible for use with SRLs, vertical lifelines, horizontal lifelines, and shock absorbing lanyards. CB Anchors are composed of durable, galvanized steel, and are an excellent choice for nearly any fall protection application.

  • CB-18 Anchor Point (Wood And Steel) - Part #: 00654

    roof construction, and is compatible for use with SRLs, vertical lifelines, horizontal lifelines, and shock absorbing lanyards. CB Anchors are composed of durable, galvanized steel, and are an excellent choice for nearly any fall protection application.

  • CB-18 Anchor Point (Wood And Steel)

    roof construction, and is compatible for use with SRLs, vertical lifelines, horizontal lifelines, and shock absorbing lanyards. CB Anchors are composed of durable, galvanized steel, and are an excellent choice for nearly any fall protection application.

  • 9’ Double Diablo SRL-LE - Part #: 11077_1

    for easy installation. The unique connector leaves the harness’s dorsal D-ring free for intermittent connections to other lanyards as needed. Available in dual SRL configuration to allow 100% tie-off capability.

  • 9’ Double Diablo SRL-LE - Part #: 11075_1

    for easy installation. The unique connector leaves the harness’s dorsal D-ring free for intermittent connections to other lanyards as needed. Available in dual SRL configuration to allow 100% tie-off capability.

  • 9’ Double Diablo SRL-LE - Part #: 11076_1

    for easy installation. The unique connector leaves the harness’s dorsal D-ring free for intermittent connections to other lanyards as needed. Available in dual SRL configuration to allow 100% tie-off capability.

  • 9’ Double Diablo SRL-LE - Part #: 11074_1

    for easy installation. The unique connector leaves the harness’s dorsal D-ring free for intermittent connections to other lanyards as needed. Available in dual SRL configuration to allow 100% tie-off capability.

  • Gotcha Shark Kit - Part #: 53037

    job, such as those who consistently work from towers or masts. This kit is suitable to perform rescues of workers using lanyards, vertical arrest systems, and web retractable lifelines. The Shark Kit functions by first attaching a descent kit to the...

  • Gotcha Shark Kit - Part #: 53036

    job, such as those who consistently work from towers or masts. This kit is suitable to perform rescues of workers using lanyards, vertical arrest systems, and web retractable lifelines. The Shark Kit functions by first attaching a descent kit to the...

  • Gotcha Shark Kit

    job, such as those who consistently work from towers or masts. This kit is suitable to perform rescues of workers using lanyards, vertical arrest systems, and web retractable lifelines. The Shark Kit functions by first attaching a descent kit to the...

  • Gotcha Kit - Part #: 53030

    level, or raising them back up to the nearest point of safety. It is suitable for the rescue of workers using either lanyards or self-retracting lifelines. To perform a rescue, the rescuer must have specific rescue training; consider the Guardian Fall...

  • Gotcha Kit - Part #: 53029

    level, or raising them back up to the nearest point of safety. It is suitable for the rescue of workers using either lanyards or self-retracting lifelines. To perform a rescue, the rescuer must have specific rescue training; consider the Guardian Fall...

  • Gotcha Kit - Part #: 53028

    level, or raising them back up to the nearest point of safety. It is suitable for the rescue of workers using either lanyards or self-retracting lifelines. To perform a rescue, the rescuer must have specific rescue training; consider the Guardian Fall...

  • Gotcha Kit - Part #: 53027

    level, or raising them back up to the nearest point of safety. It is suitable for the rescue of workers using either lanyards or self-retracting lifelines. To perform a rescue, the rescuer must have specific rescue training; consider the Guardian Fall...

  • Gotcha Kit

    level, or raising them back up to the nearest point of safety. It is suitable for the rescue of workers using either lanyards or self-retracting lifelines. To perform a rescue, the rescuer must have specific rescue training; consider the Guardian Fall...

  • CB-18 Weld-On Post - Part #: 10652

    roof construction, and is compatible for use with SRLs, vertical lifelines, horizontal lifelines, and shock absorbing lanyards. CB Anchors are composed of durable, galvanized steel, and are an excellent choice for nearly any fall protection application.

  • CB-18 Weld-On Post - Part #: 10655

    roof construction, and is compatible for use with SRLs, vertical lifelines, horizontal lifelines, and shock absorbing lanyards. CB Anchors are composed of durable, galvanized steel, and are an excellent choice for nearly any fall protection application.

  • CB-18 Weld-On Post

    roof construction, and is compatible for use with SRLs, vertical lifelines, horizontal lifelines, and shock absorbing lanyards. CB Anchors are composed of durable, galvanized steel, and are an excellent choice for nearly any fall protection application.

  • CB-18 Anchor Point with Attached Pass-Through Top - Part #: 00658

    roof construction, and is compatible for use with SRLs, vertical lifelines, horizontal lifelines, and shock absorbing lanyards. CB Anchors are composed of durable, galvanized steel, and are an excellent choice for nearly any fall protection application.

  • CB-18 Anchor Point (Concrete) - Part #: 00652

    roof construction, and is compatible for use with SRLs, vertical lifelines, horizontal lifelines, and shock absorbing lanyards. CB Anchors are composed of durable, galvanized steel, and are an excellent choice for nearly any fall protection application.

  • CB-18 Anchor Point (Concrete) - Part #: 00656

    roof construction, and is compatible for use with SRLs, vertical lifelines, horizontal lifelines, and shock absorbing lanyards. CB Anchors are composed of durable, galvanized steel, and are an excellent choice for nearly any fall protection application.

  • CB-18 Anchor Point (Concrete)

    roof construction, and is compatible for use with SRLs, vertical lifelines, horizontal lifelines, and shock absorbing lanyards. CB Anchors are composed of durable, galvanized steel, and are an excellent choice for nearly any fall protection application.

  • CB-12 Weld-On Post - Part #: 10651

    roof construction, and is compatible for use with SRLs, vertical lifelines, horizontal lifelines, and shock absorbing lanyards. CB Anchors are composed of durable, galvanized steel, and are an excellent choice for nearly any fall protection application.

  • CB-12 Weld-On Post - Part #: 10645

    roof construction, and is compatible for use with SRLs, vertical lifelines, horizontal lifelines, and shock absorbing lanyards. CB Anchors are composed of durable, galvanized steel, and are an excellent choice for nearly any fall protection application.

  • CB-12 Weld-On Post

    roof construction, and is compatible for use with SRLs, vertical lifelines, horizontal lifelines, and shock absorbing lanyards. CB Anchors are composed of durable, galvanized steel, and are an excellent choice for nearly any fall protection application.

  • CB-12 Anchor Point with Attached Pass-Through Top - Part #: 00648

    roof construction, and is compatible for use with SRLs, vertical lifelines, horizontal lifelines, and shock absorbing lanyards. CB Anchors are composed of durable, galvanized steel, and are an excellent choice for nearly any fall protection application.

  • CB-12 Anchor Point - Part #: 00651

    roof construction, and is compatible for use with SRLs, vertical lifelines, horizontal lifelines, and shock absorbing lanyards. CB Anchors are composed of durable, galvanized steel, and are an excellent choice for nearly any fall protection application.

  • CB-12 Anchor Point - Part #: 00645

    roof construction, and is compatible for use with SRLs, vertical lifelines, horizontal lifelines, and shock absorbing lanyards. CB Anchors are composed of durable, galvanized steel, and are an excellent choice for nearly any fall protection application.

  • CB-12 Anchor Point

    roof construction, and is compatible for use with SRLs, vertical lifelines, horizontal lifelines, and shock absorbing lanyards. CB Anchors are composed of durable, galvanized steel, and are an excellent choice for nearly any fall protection application.

  • Trench Box Anchor - Part #: 15192

    hazards. Through the use of an adjustable single tie-off point, which is compatible with both SRLs and shock absorbing lanyards, this anchorage connector makes climbing up and down ladders and working around trenches significantly safer.

  • External Shock Lanyard - Part #: 01231

    including steel and aluminum snap hooks and rebar hooks, all of which make it one of the most functional and durable lanyards on the market.

  • External Shock Lanyard - Part #: 01230

    including steel and aluminum snap hooks and rebar hooks, all of which make it one of the most functional and durable lanyards on the market.

  • External Shock Lanyard - Part #: 01221

    including steel and aluminum snap hooks and rebar hooks, all of which make it one of the most functional and durable lanyards on the market.

  • External Shock Lanyard - Part #: 01220

    including steel and aluminum snap hooks and rebar hooks, all of which make it one of the most functional and durable lanyards on the market.

  • External Shock Lanyard - Part #: 01218

    including steel and aluminum snap hooks and rebar hooks, all of which make it one of the most functional and durable lanyards on the market.

  • External Shock Lanyard - Part #: 01217

    including steel and aluminum snap hooks and rebar hooks, all of which make it one of the most functional and durable lanyards on the market.

  • External Shock Lanyard - Part #: 01216

    including steel and aluminum snap hooks and rebar hooks, all of which make it one of the most functional and durable lanyards on the market.

  • External Shock Lanyard - Part #: 01215

    including steel and aluminum snap hooks and rebar hooks, all of which make it one of the most functional and durable lanyards on the market.

  • External Shock Lanyard - Part #: 01214

    including steel and aluminum snap hooks and rebar hooks, all of which make it one of the most functional and durable lanyards on the market.

  • External Shock Lanyard

    including steel and aluminum snap hooks and rebar hooks, all of which make it one of the most functional and durable lanyards on the market.

  • Parapet Anchor for Guardrails - Part #: 15171

    (20") in width. The product is reinforced for long life, rated for 5,000 pounds, and can be used with shock absorbing lanyards and retractables. The Parapet Anchor System has large easy-to-grip adjustment handles for quick set-up and proper securement....


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