Fall protection: SpiderLine Temporary Horizontal Lifeline System safety equipment

Safety products: Spide announces the new, improved design for the SpiderLine Temporary Horizontal Lifeline System -- a safe, reliable and proven fall protection solution for workers.

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Seattle—Utility safety: Spider, a division of SafeWorks LLC, announces the new and improved design for the SpiderLine Temporary Horizontal Lifeline System -- the safe, reliable and proven fall protection solution for workers on bridges, building construction, roof tops and other elevated surfaces.

Easy to install and engineered to fit multiple applications at height, SpiderLine work safety equipment improves workers’ safety and productivity while meeting OSHA and CSA fall protection requirements.

With a maximum length of 300 ft, the improved SpiderLineTM design boasts several superior features. Standard pass through stanchions allow the freedom to move without having to unhook the lanyard. The wide clamp option connects to beams up to 36 in. wide with 3 3/8 in. flange thickness. The 12.5 degree vertical angle allows an open walkway for workers, the low profile chain eliminates trip hazards, and the modular stanchion post makes it more affordable.

“For more than 65 years, our market-leading suspended access offerings have included the safest, most reliable fall protection solutions, from our trusted harnesses to our recently launched temporary, non- penetrating SpiderRail guardrail. We’re excited to add the new SpiderLine to this reputable line- up,” says John Sotiroff, Vice President Sales and Distribution. “We listened to our customers’ needs and improved the SpiderLine features accordingly. The result is a safe, affordable, code-compliant temporary horizontal lifeline system that workers at height demand and deserve.”

SpiderLineTM is available for purchase from Spider’s 25 operation centers in the Americas. To view the product brochure, click

For more information about Spider or other fall protection, click here to go to Utility Products’ Buyers Guide.

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