There is a wide variety of Life line system in the market. You can even find a lot of it on the internet. So there is no reason and excuse for workers not using these items. When looking for the right residential fall protection system, make sure that the manufacturer has a good track record on providing Lifeline system. They should have a certification from well-known quality control organizations and should pass standards set by those organizations. Manufacturers should also offer trainings and location services that will help clients assemble and attach their Lifeline system properly.
Better if a company offers training on how to assemble their Lifeline system. Since we are talking about safety here, you cannot just pin your safety lanyard kit anywhere. There are proper instructions and location on where to attach your Lifeline system. A proper and clear instructional guide should be included in the product. It will be better if the company also provides services like training services, location consulting, and specific engineering. These services will aid in providing a complete and excellent efficiency and durability of the product. It's not just about the durability of the whole lifeline system, durability also depends on how the product has been set up and located. The product, set-up, attachments and location predict a workers safety. No matter how durable the safety lanyard is, if it is not properly attached, then it will not function at its best.