Your guide to leading edge hazards

Supplied by on Friday, 22 May, 2020


Leading edge is an application where, in a fall event, the lifeline of the self-retracting lanyard may come in contact with an exposed edge, or edge of the working surface. There is a greater risk for the lifeline to be frayed, cut or severed in the event of a fall.

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