Safety Lanyards

Connecting your harness to the anchor point is a crucial link that should never be compromised. Therefore, we offer a range of lanyards to suit your needs, including shock absorbing and work restraint, webbing and rope, single and twin.

  • £999.99

    The RGL19 is supplied in two standard lengths: 0.9 - 1.3m and 1.2- 1.8m and is a twin leg adjustable restraint lanyard.The 40kN webbing used in the manufacture provides greater strength compared to other webbing and systemsThe additional benefit..

  • £999.99

    The RGL20 is usually supplied in two standard lengths: 1.3m and 1.8m excluding connectors. New innovation in safety lanyards, which incorporates inner webbing that will stretch under a constant controlled force thus reducing the impact on the wearer..

  • £999.99

    The RGL24 is an adjustable restraint lanyard which ensures that the correct length can be selected for the task in hand. The adjustability of the product ensures that the correct length can be selectedThe 37kN webbing used in the manufacture provides..

  • £0.00

    The RGL25 single leg lanyard is an industry standard for restraint lanyards and normally the minimum equipment issued with a harness.  This lanyard should be used when the operative is working from a static position, connected to a fixed anchor..

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    The RGL26 is supplied in two standard lengths: 0.85 -1.3m1.15 - 1.8m  Twin Leg lanyard is an industry standard for restraint lanyardsFor use when the operative is working from a static position, connected to a fixed anchor pointMovement between..

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    The RGL27 Chaser is the new Self-Retracting Lanyard (SRL) that contain retracting lines that lock at the onset of a fall. The Chaser will automatically extend and retract during normal movement of the worker to whom the line is attached. This SRL has..

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    The RGL28 Chaser is the new twin-leg Self-Retracting Lanyard (SRL) that contain retracting lines that lock at the onset of a fall. The Chaser will automatically extend and retract during normal movement of the worker to whom the line is attached. Thi..