Diversiline Horizontal Lifeline Fall Protection Kits

Diversiline Roof Horizontal Lifeline Kit

The latest addition to our Connect Safe family of safety products is Diversiline, a permanent horizontal lifeline kit for roof fall restraint and fall arrest applications.  Designed for fast and easy installation on standing seam roofs, each OSHA compliant Diversiline Horizontal Lifeline Kit features continuous pass-through technology and includes a pre-swaged 316 stainless cable, energy absorbing tip-over posts, S-5 clamps to make a secure, non-penetrating connection to your roof, and related hardware.  Diversiline is available in straight line configurations in 30′ to 60′ lengths.

Because each kit is designed with customer self-installation in mind, Diversiline offers significant cost savings over custom engineered horizontal lifeline systems.  And unlike temporary lifeline systems that must attach to structure rated at 5,000 lbs  and are typically limited to a single span, each Diversiline kit comes with complete engineering documentation and installation instructions to ensure personnel safety and OSHA compliance.

In addition to stock horizontal lifeline kits, Diversified Fall Protection also designs, manufactures, and installs custom-engineered horizontal lifelines.


  • Designed for DIY installation
  • Pre-swaged 8mm 316 stainless steel cable
  • 30-60 foot straight lifeline configurations
  • Rated for two users
  • Pass through capability allows for 100% tie-off
  • Includes all mounting fasteners and hardware, including Genuine S-5 Clamps
  • Includes engineering documentation
  • OSHA Compliant
  • Meets ANSI Standards
  • Electro-polished components for long service life
  • Conforms to EN 795, OSHA, AS/NZ, standards and has been tested to both EN795 Class A and C Standards

OSHA Regulations

The employer must ensure that each horizontal lifeline:
  • Is designed, installed, and used under the supervision of a qualified person; and 1910.140(c)(11)(ii)
  • Is part of a complete personal fall arrest system that maintains a safety factor of at least two. 1910.140(c)(12)
  Anchorages used to attach to personal fall protection equipment must be independent of any anchorage used to suspend employees or platforms on which employees work. Anchorages used to attach to personal fall protection equipment on mobile work platforms on powered industrial trucks must be attached to an overhead member of the platform, at a point located above and near the center of the platform. 1910.140(c)(13)   Anchorages, except window cleaners' belt anchors covered by paragraph (e) of this section, must be:
  • Capable of supporting at least 5,000 pounds (22.2 kN) for each employee attached; or 1910.140(c)(13)(ii)
  • Designed, installed, and used, under the supervision of qualified person, as part of a complete personal fall protection system that maintains a safety factor of at least two. 1910.140(c)(14)
  • Travel restraint lines must be capable of sustaining a tensile load of at least 5,000 pounds (22.2 kN). 1910.140(c)(15)
  • Lifelines must not be made of natural fiber rope. Polypropylene rope must contain an ultraviolet (UV) light inhibitor. 1910.140(c)(16)
  Personal Fall Arrest Systems: System performance criteria. In addition to the general requirements in paragraph (c) of this section, the employer must ensure that personal fall arrest systems: 1910.140(d)(1)(i)
  • Limit the maximum arresting force on the employee to 1,800 pounds (8 kN); 1910.140(d)(1)(ii)
  • Bring the employee to a complete stop and limit the maximum deceleration distance the employee travels to 3.5 feet (1.1 m); 1910.140(d)(1)(iii)
  • Have sufficient strength to withstand twice the potential impact energy of the employee free falling a distance of 6 feet (1.8 m), or the free fall distance permitted by the system; and... 1910.140(d)(1)(iv)
  • Sustain the employee within the system/strap configuration without making contact with the employee's neck and chin area. 1910.140(d)(1)(v)
  If the personal fall arrest system meets the criteria and protocols in appendix D of this subpart, and is being used by an employee having a combined body and tool weight of less than 310 pounds (140 kg), the system is considered to be in compliance with the provisions of paragraphs (d)(1)(i) through (iii) of this section. If the system is used by an employee having a combined body and tool weight of 310 pounds (140kg) or more and the employer has appropriately modified the criteria and protocols in appendix D, then the system will be deemed to be in compliance with the requirements of paragraphs (d)(1)(i) through (iii). 1910.140(d)(2).   The employer must ensure that:
  • On any horizontal lifeline that may become a vertical lifeline, the device used to connect to the horizontal lifeline is capable of locking in both directions on the lifeline. 1910.140(d)(2)(ii)
  • Personal fall arrest systems are rigged in such a manner that the employee cannot free fall more than 6 feet (1.8 m) or contact a lower level. A free fall may be more than 6 feet (1.8 m) provided the employer can demonstrate the manufacturer designed the system to allow a free fall of more than 6 feet and tested the system to ensure a maximum arresting force of 1,800 pounds (8 kN) is not exceeded. 1910.140(d)(3)
  • Body belts. Body belts are prohibited as part of a personal fall arrest system.

Did You Know?

All skylights are considered an opening and therefore must be protected from a fall exposure?