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Safety Harness Lanyards

Securely attach a body harness to the anchorage point.

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Safety Lanyards

Safety Harness Lanyards are a vital link of personal fall arrest and work positioning systems. They consist of a length of webbing, cable or rope with a hardware connection on both ends. Their role is to securely attach the worker's harness to an anchor, lifeline, or structure such as rebar in the case of chain rebar assemblies. A safety harness and lanyard system may be used to provide fall arrest protection and may also serve to position the worker such that both hands are free to work.

Guardian Safety Lanyards

Guardian Safety Lanyards
Guardian Safety Harness Lanyards
Model Description
External Shock Lanyard Free fall lanyard w/ 1 in. nylon webbing, 3,600 lb. connector gate, and a clear shock pack for easy inspections.
Internal Shock Lanyard Lanyard with shock absorption built directly into the core making it a particularly lightweight option.
Internal Shock Lanyard w/ Surfacetech Webbing Internal Shock Lanyard w/ outer Surfacetech webbing that is easy to clean and resistant to dirt, mold, or other contaminants.
Non-Shock Absorbing Lanyard Lanyard w/ no shock absorbing component for Work Positioning and Fall Restraint applications only.
Shock Absorbing Adjustable Lanyard Lanyard that can easily adjust between 4-6 ft. and features an integrated shock absorber.
Non-Shock Absorbing Adjustable Lanyard Lanyard that can easily adjust between 4-6 ft. but does NOT feature an integrated shock absorber.
Shock Absorbing Extension Lanyard Lanyard that attaches to the harness before use to lower the dorsal D-ring attachment point. Can be used in combination with non-shock lanyards for Fall Arrest.
Non-Shock Absorbing Extension Lanyard Lanyard that attaches to the harness before use to lower the dorsal D-ring attachment point.
Big Boss Extended Free Fall Lanyard Heavy duty lanyard can be used for extended free fall for standard weight ranges or standard free fall for higher weight ranges.
Shock Absorbing Tie-Back Lanyard Lanyard w/ adjustable tie-back point that allows for attachment to structural anchors of various sizes, eliminating the need for a separate anchorage connector.
Triple Lock Wrap Lanyard Lanyard w/ triple locking carabiner can function as both a standard shock absorbing lanyard, as well as a tie-back lanyard.
Triple Lock Wrap Adjustable Lanyard Triple Lock Wrap Lanyard w/ adjustable lanyard that can easily adjust between 4-6 ft.
Stretch Lanyard Lanyard w/ stretching capability to help reduce hazards of tripping or catching on moving parts. Features internal shock absorbing component.
Tiger Tail Stretch Lanyard Lanyard w/ stretching capability to help reduce hazards of tripping or catching on moving parts. Features external shock absorbing component.
4-in-1 Lanyard Multi-functional lanyard provides workers w/ maximum protection and acts as an extended free fall lanyard, a harness extension lanyard, a tie-back lanyard, or a dual leg 100% tie-off lanyard.
Cable Lanyard Lanyard w/ vinyl coated cable and integrated shock absorbing component. Ideal for use where the potential exists for exposure to high heat or sharp & abrasive edges.
Coated Cable Lanyard Cable Lanyard w/ removable, flame-resistant cover over the shock absorber to protect against temperature hazards.
Kevlar Lanyard Lanyard w/ durable Kevlar webbing and an integrated shock absorbing component & fire retardant shock absorber cover. Ideal for use in welding applications.
Rope Lanyard Double-leg rope lanyard facilitates tie-off to ensure workers are connected to an anchor when climbing or moving around work surface.
Rebar Chain Assembly Double-leg, adjustable chain device w/ rebar hook is ideal for Work Positioning applications on rebar structures.
For pricing or custom models, please contact EFP Sales at 314-492-4422 or sales@engineeredfallprotection.com

Safety Harness Lanyard Documents

Engineered Fall Protection provides safety harness lanyards; serving clients from coast to coast, Canada, Mexico and especially focused in the states of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Arkansas, Mississippi, Nebraska, Tennessee, Kentucky, Iowa, and Oklahoma.

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