Permanent Lifeline Systems

Whether you need to retrofit an existing building roof or vertical structure, or you’re planning out new construction, we can help you find the right horizontal or vertical 3M™ DBI-SALA® Permanent Lifeline System and can customize it for you as needed. View all Permanent Lifeline Systems products. VIew all Lifeline products

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Permanent Horizontal Lifelines

Our permanent horizontal lifeline (HLL) solutions are designed to work for your worksite, providing continuous fall protection without conflicting with other safety systems. They are available pre-engineered or customized based on your application needs. View all Permanent Horizontal Lifelines

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    Cable and anchor systems

    Enhance safety and productivity on new or existing rooftops, modern building projects, refurbishments or industrial safety applications with 3M™ DBI-SALA® Anchor and Cable Systems. They allow for continuous, uninterrupted access to all areas of a roof or structure using fall restraint or fall arrest.

  • 3M Permanent Horizontal Permanent Lifeline in use on a rooftop ledge

    Rail systems

    3M™ DBI-SALA® Horizontal Rail Safety Systems are designed to protect workers from fall hazards with a simple, continuous and functional anchorage system. These systems offer the simplicity, aesthetics and uncompromising safety you need for external façade access, inspections and maintenance on building projects.

  • 3M Permanent Horizontal Lifeline in use on rigid rail system

    Overhead rigid rail systems

    Reduce system complexity and installation time with cost-effective 3M™ DBI-SALA® Overhead Rigid Rail Systems. These efficient and reliable systems eliminate lifeline sag concerns, enabling smooth and uninterrupted travel for one or two users while working at-height.

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Permanent Vertical Lifelines

Give workers security and confidence when working at-height with a 3M™ DBI-SALA® Permanent Vertical System. These systems meet all applicable OSHA regulations and ANSI standards and are ideal for structures that are accessed often.

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    Ladder

    3M™ DBI-SALA® Ladder Systems help make wood, concrete or steel structures accessible and can be an economical solution for many applications.

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    Lattice

    Repair and maintain lattice or truss towers with 3M™ DBI-SALA® Permanent Vertical Lifeline Systems.

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    Guyed

    Take fall safety to the top with 3M™ DBI-SALA® Permanent Vertical Lifeline Systems solutions for guyed mast towers.

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    Monopole

    Whether it’s circular or tapered, it’s easy to access monopole applications with reliable solutions from 3M™ DBI-SALA® Fall Protection.

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    3M™ LadSaf™ Systems

    Fewer Parts. Fast Installs. ANSI Compliant. With up to 72% fewer loose components* than some of our previous models, the new generation of Lad-Saf Systems are reengineered to simplify and speed up the installation process. These lightweight systems are streamlined for easy installation and maintenance on a variety of structures—such as fixed ladders and telecommunication towers. *on specific models.

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  • Worker climbing ladder secured by CabLoc system

    3M™ CabLoc™ Systems

    The 3M™ Protecta® Cabloc™ flexible cable system consists of a vertically suspended steel cable that runs the length of the climbing area. The cable sleeve connects the worker to the system and automatically follows them during the climb and locks onto the cable in the event of a fall, allowing the worker to regain their footing. This fixed ladder safety system is designed for ease of use, economy and versatility.

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How to choose other Fall Protection equipment

  • Anchors

    Find the most suitable type of anchor for your needs: steel anchors, concrete anchors and specialty safety anchors like our vacuum anchor or other systems designed for your basic to unique applications.

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  • Body Support/Harnesses

    Discover our extensive range of fall arrest harnesses designed with the latest technology. They provide freedom of movement and flexibility to work in a more comfortable and efficient manner.

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  • Connectors

    Connector types vary depending on whether the worker needs connection for a personal fall arrest or positioning and travel restriction.

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  • Descent & Rescue

    Our goal is not only helping keep workers safe at height, but getting them safely back to the ground with advanced, reliable rescue systems. We offer the most complete line of safe, easy-to-use and effective rescue systems in the industry.

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  • Netting & Guardrail Systems

    Passive fall safety and debris containment systems provide your crew (and the public below) the protection they need, without requiring their active involvement, specialized training, major maintenance, or additional gear.

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  • Fall Protection for Tools

    Objects dropped from height can result in personal injury to workers, others at the worksite and equipment. When planning for workplace safety, remember, fall protection is about you; dropped object prevention is about those around you.

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  • Confined Space

    No two confined spaces are exactly alike. Type, size and hazards vary greatly, along with different standards, regulations and company policies that can apply to each working environment.

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  • Working at Height

    Whether conducting a hazard assessment or developing a comprehensive fall protection plan, there are key challenges of working at heights to consider: leading and sharp edges, fall clearance, and dropped objects.

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