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Petzl Jane Non-adjustable Rope Lanyard

Petzl Jane Lanyard is a dynamic non-adjustable rope lanyard, with terminations on each end, designed for work restraint systems. It can also be combined with a Petzl Absorbica energy absorber to make a fall arrest lanyard.

£24.60
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Petzl Progress Progression lanyard

Petzl Progress Progression lanyard - Dynamic rope lanyard with Fall Indicator (the green stitching disappears when the lanyard is subjected to a major fall or improper use). Limits energy transmitted to the user during a limited fall (it is important that the user does not climb above the anchor point).

From £139.20
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Petzl Grillon Work Positioning Anchor - Black

The Petzl adjustable Grillon anchor can be used to quickly set a fixed anchor point. The length of rope required to set it is easily adjusted with the integrated self-locking device. The removable protective sheath allows smoother rope glide while protecting the rope from abrasive surfaces. 

There are many different types of lanyard, with the main industrial versions fitting into 3 categories: Work Restraint, Fall Arrest and Work Positioning. A work restraint lanyard is designed to restrain the user so that they cannot get into a position where they can take a fall. If there is any possibility of a fall, then a fall arrest lanyard should be used. Fall arrest lanyards are equipped with a shock absorbing section which will limit the force exerted on the user during a fall. In UK, EN355 requires energy absorbers to have a minimum tensile strength of 15kN and to limit the maximum impact force to 6kN. Work Restraint becomes Work Positioning the moment when the user of the lanyard start to rely on the lanyard to maintain their work position.  

When using fall arrest lanyards, attention should be made to the distance below the anchor point and the ground, to ensure there is enough clearance for the lanyard to successfully, and if necessary, fully deploy, before any part of the user makes contact with the ground. 

A guide to the Conformity Standards:

EN354Personal protective equipment against falls from a height. Lanyards
EN355Personal protective equipment against falls from a height. Energy absorbers
EN358Personal protective equipment for work positioning and prevention of falls from a height. Belts for work positioning and restraint and work positioning lanyards
EN362Personal protective equipment against falls from a height. Connectors
EN567Mountaineering equipment. Rope clamps. Safety requirements and test methods
EN12841Personal fall protection equipment. Rope access systems. Rope adjustment devices
EACConformity for Custom Union Countries
ANSI Z359.3American National Standards Institute - Safety Requirements for Lanyards and Positioning Lanyards
ANSI Z359.12American National Standards Institute - Connecting Components for Personal Fall Arrest Systems
ANSI Z359.13American National Standards Institute - Personal Energy Absorbers and Energy Absorbing Lanyards
NFPANational Fire Prevention Association
CSA Z259.11Canadian Fall Protection Standard