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Fall Protection Connectors


You’ve got your anchorage points identified and your body harness on, and now it’s time to connect the two. Connecting devices are an integral part of your Personal Fall Arrest System (PFAS) and link your harness to a safe anchorage point.

These connecting devices come in a variety of materials, lengths and features to meet your job needs. You can often find these connectors made of rope, synthetic webbing, cable, wire rope and chain. They are used for positioning, absorbing shock and decelerating distance in case of a fall.






Understanding Self-Retracting Lifelines

Self-Retracing Lifeline Classes
Hook Types
Understanding Leading Edge

Lanyards 

Lifelines

Self-Retracting Lifelines

 

Inspecting Safety Equipment



Connecting Device Inspection

All lanyards and self-retracting lifelines (SRLs) need to be checked often for signs of damage like fraying, holes, or corrosion. An inspection form walks you through each part of the device and asks you to rate everything from appropriate labeling to broken stitching and signs of impact or deployment.



Cleaning Connecting Devices

Keep connectors and hardware clean by wiping them off regularly and washing with water and mild soap or detergent. Never use harsh cleaners, sanitizing gels, bleach, or other substances to clean. Allow them to dry fully. Use COVID-19 protocols and avoid sharing equipment.