Positioning

Positioning devices are typically attached to your hip d-rings of your full body harness, or perhaps a seat or bosun’s chair. They allow you to work using both of your hands, keeping you productive. These lanyards and devices do not replace a regular fall arresting device like a shock absorbing lanyard or self-retracting lifeline. For help choosing the right positioner for you, give our Gear Experts a call.

Positioning

Positioning devices are typically attached to your hip d-rings of your full body harness, or perhaps a seat or bosun’s chair. They allow you to work using both of your hands, keeping you productive. These lanyards and devices do not replace a regular fall arresting device like a shock absorbing lanyard or self-retracting lifeline. For help choosing the right positioner for you, give our Gear Experts a call.