Using a Lifeline

Horizontal lifeline systems training in AR (Augmented Reality)

Many fall arrest and fall restraint systems utilize horizontal lifeline (HLL) systems. In work locations where there are no existing anchor points for personnel tie-off, horizontal lifelines are common fall protection solutions.

Fall protection systems may be used to stop or halt personnel, and protect  workers from potential fall danger. When active protection such as railing is insufficient to prevent a fall, safety lifelines are the ultimate line of defense.

Using a Lifeline
Difficulty

Type

Assessment, control
Duration

Duration

10 min
Type

Languages

EN, FR, other languages on request

Learning Objectives

This simulator is designed to help new employees learn the basics on how to use a lifeline safely with a shock absorber.

Audience

Any workers working at heights.
Using a Lifeline
Using a Lifeline

Lifeline Usage Scenarios

The lifeline scenario is represented in photorealistic 3D visuals in Augmented Reality that allows the trainees to learn in an immersive environment without any risk to themselves.

Trainees are put in a position where they must cross an overhead crane to recover a forgotten toolbox. But danger is lurking, as the surface has been made slippery by an oil puddle. Slipping is inevitable, and only careful application of the correct procedure to move along the lifeline will stop the trainee's fall and prevent them from crashing (virtually) 20 feet below.

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