Flexible Lifeline Systems (FLS) offers unparalleled support of safety at height for the utilities and energy industry. The comprehensive range of horizontal, vertical, and inclined systems we offer are ideal for personnel accessing the horizontal structures of high voltage transmission towers, transformers in substations or wind turbines. As you might expect from the global leader, FLS fall protection solutions are flexible enough to accommodate every safety need for working at height.
Flexible Lifeline Systems fall protection solutions start with evaluating the specific maintenance operations performed and access required. In the case of Energy Industry Fall Protection Systems, navigating the hazards inherent in energy production and delivery, as well of evaluation of the supporting structures is often required.
We design without bias and take into account the unique requirements of our customers. Our design team of civil and structural engineers, AutoCAD designers and field engineers produce comprehensive design packages that include detailed drawings, structural steel design and a compliant fall protection solution in accordance with ANSI and OSHA requirements. Additionally, our engineers factor other elements such as local seismic and weather conditions into each design.
Our construction and field technicians have decades of experience working around utilities, refineries, dams, oil rigs, and other energy industry related environments enabling us to perform safely and efficiently and complete even the most complicated process in days versus weeks.
Flexible Lifeline Systems coordinators, trainers, technicians, and engineers proactively ensure solutions are properly used, serviced, inspected and remain compliant with latest standards and regulations through annual recertification.
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