EN354 : Connection elements or parts of a restraint system, these limit the range of movement of a user. Breaking strength > 22 kN


EN358 : A work positioning lanyard allows a user to maintain himself in tension (or in suspension) to a workstation with his hands free.
Breaking strength > 15 kN.

Use: The lanyards shall provide the worker with maximum security while causing least inconvenience possible to the user

  • A restraint lanyard should be used only when you want to prevent a user from accessing an area where there is a risk of falling.
  • The Forked lanyards are designed to be used in the same way but for passing intermediate anchor points.
  • A work positioning lanyard could be used when there is no risk of falling, otherwise it must be used with a suitable fall arrest


RAPPEL: Lanyards without the energy absorber should never be used as a fall arrest system


How to choose?


12 mm Polyamide twisted rope

30 mm Polyester webbing

12 mm Polyamide kernmantle rope

44 mm Polyester expandable webbing

To be used occasionally and/or for short-term use

To be used regularly and/or for long-term use

Whatever type of lanyard, the performances are identical, so it is above all a personal choice, but it must be based on the intensity of use.
When choosing the product it will be necessary to take into account the importance of connectors


Work positioning lanyard

Lanyard with a ring type adjuster, used when the operator's position remains the same throughout the work to be done.

Lanyard with a progressive grip adjuster, used when the operator's position often changes throughout the work to be done.


 To ensure the performance of your lanyard it should be protected with a protective sleeve.