TabsDescription The selection of a proper lanyards and lifeline is an essential part of an effective fall protection system. Lanyards and lifelines attach to the D ring of the workers fall protection harness on one end and to the anchor point or fall protection system on the other end.Safety LanyardsSafety lanyards are an essential link to the fall protection anchor point for workers. These short sections of webbing or cable are usually attached to the D-ring of the worker's safety harness. Both rigid lifelines and shock absorbing lifelines are available for connecting to the fall protection anchor point. Y-Lanyards, also known as two legged lanyards, allow workers to maintain a secure anchor point while moving around an obstacle or from one area to another while tied-off 100% of the time.Self-Retracting Lifelines (SRL)Self Retracting Lifelines are designed to immediately stop the fall of a worker. Self Retracting lifeline are designed to be secured to an anchor point or fall protection system above the workers head. If a work where to fall, an inertial breaking mechanism locks into place and prevents any further falling for the worker beyond a few inches. The cable or webbing used in a SRL retracts back into the housing of the unit to eliminate the hazard of tripping over the cable or of having excess slack that could lead to further injury in the event of a fall. Hoosier Crane Offers all major Brands of Lanyards and LifelinesDBI-SalaProtectaMiller by HoneywellUltra LokTalonCall today for pricing on lanyards and lifelines for fall protection at 800-509-6131 Features Secure attachment to fall protection systemSRL Self retracting lifelines have rugged housingload capacity of 310 pounds on standard modelsWide range of SRL lengths from 11 foot to 50 footLight weight self retracting lifeline have great length to weight ratio (as low as 2.8 lbs.)Abrasion resistant webbingMeet and exceed all OSHA regulations , CSA regulations and ANSI standards including ANSI Z359.2007 Applications Any job where workers will be unprotected at heights over 4 feetLoading and unloading semi trucksRecreational Vehicle RV ManufacturingManufactured Home productionOverhead Crane maintenanceIronworkBuilding construction FAQs Do I have to be certified to maintain or repair overhead cranes and monorails? What OSHA standard applies to Lifelines and Lanyards? What are the key components of a fall protection system?