Our rooftop horizontal lifelines have undergone rigorous testing to validate conformance around the world.
KeeLine lifeline fall protection system is a flexible, cost effective option for working at height. This system provides economical and seamless protection for workers where rooftop maintenance tasks are required. Stainless steel and galvanized components extend the lifespan of our systems and require little maintenance. Our team of engineers provide easily integrated systems onto most roof types. The simplistic design allows for quick installations to minimize interruptions at our client’s facilities. Our rooftop lifelines incorporate a cutting-edge post and base plate design for use on membrane roofs. By utilizing the same range of brackets as standard roof systems, KeeLine can be installed quickly and easily.
Our horizontal lifeline systems provide uninterrupted protection in runs of up to 200 feet which gives workers unencumbered and reliable protection near fall hazards without frequent system disconnects and re-connects.
Our KeeLine system features a wide range of mounting and attaching options which gives our fall protection engineers the ability to design systems that accommodate obstacles, corners, and varying footprints.
KeeLine horizontal lifeline systems are designed and installed in three main orientations: raised rigid or tip-over post at working-walking level, as a side-mount (wall) solution or as an overhead system.
COHS/OSHA-compliant, rigorously third-party-tested, and designed using durable, weather resistant components, our overhead horizontal lifeline systems provide trouble-free fall protection that withstands the test of time.
Rooftop Horizontal Lifeline Resources
Advantages of Rooftop Safety Lifelines
- Cost effective
- Variety of connecting means to various roof types
- Simple to use
- Designed, supplied, installed, and maintained by one company
- Comprehensive fall clearance charts
- Custom, project fall protection procedures
- User manual complete with inspection and use logs
- Stainless steel components are durable and corrosion resistant
- Installation onto a variety of roofing systems, including but not limited to:
- Standing seam roofs
- Metal profile roofs
- Membrane roofs with concrete or metal decks
- Engineered drawings designed to meet the requirements of:
- CSA Z259.16 Design of Active Fall Protection Systems or
- ANSI Z359.6 Specifications and Design Requirements for Active Fall Protection Systems
- Complies with North American regulations
What is a horizontal lifeline?
A component of a fall protection system consisting of a line for connection to anchorages at both ends as a means for connecting other components of the system to the anchorage. Lifelines can be engineered as horizontal or vertical, temporary, or permanent, rigid or flexible.
How is this horizontal lifeline better than other systems?
The KeeLine Horizontal Lifeline system is technically superior since it’s engineered to immediately absorb energy to minimize impact. The energy absorber is calibrated to impart lower forces into the system in a minor fall. In the event of a more severe fall, the forces are ramped up gradually, providing more stopping power.
OSHA Code 1910.140(c)(11-22)
Work Restraint [Active]: Horizontal Life Lines The employer must ensure that each horizontal lifeline: is designed, installed, and used under the supervision of a qualified person; and is part of a complete personal fall arrest system that maintains a safety factor of at least 2.
Need Additional Help?
Whether your project is a self-installation, supervised installation, or you require turnkey services, High Engineering Fall Protection specialists are standing by to assist you. Get started by requesting a quote or contact us at (403) 287 0475.