3M Lad-Saf Vertical Safety System

Remain connected when accessing heights with the Lad-Safe Vertical Safety Systems. Used in conjunction with ladders, Lad-Saf ensures users safety throughout the climb or descent.


Specs & Details

  • Key features

3M™ Lad-Saf™ Vertical Safety System is a 2-user, galvanized steel vertical safety system (vertical lifeline) that meets the ANSI Z359.16 standard, along with OSHA 1910.140 and 1926.502, when used with the Lad-Saf X3 Detachable Cable Sleeve (6160054) and Lad-Saf X2 Detachable Cable Sleeve (6160030). It includes the top and bottom brackets, 50’ of swaged 3/8 inch 1×7 galvanized steel cable, and 1 guide.

The system has been reengineered to simplify and speed up the installation process, weighing less and with fewer loose parts. Additionally, the top bracket provides 100% tie-off capability through its integrated fall arrest-rated anchor point rated to 3,600 lbs.

This version is ideal for billboards and ladders, with mounting brackets that can be used on a variety of fixed ladder styles that may consist of different rung spacings and shapes. Refer to downloadable data sheets for more information, including operating temperature ranges, compatible rung spacings and shapes, weights and dimensions, etc.

  • Mono Pole – 4 Users, Stainless Steel, 1 EA
  • Mono Pole – 4 Users, Galvanised Steel, 1 EA
  • 2 Users, Galvanised Steel, 1 EA
  • Wood Pole – 2 Users, Galvanised Steel, 1 EA

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Our products are manufactured in ISO-9001 accredited factories. All systems are marked CE complaint and confirm to all relevant AS/NZS and EN standards.


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