The fall arrest lanyard market size is estimated to grow from USD 1.87 billion in 2018 to USD 2.85 billion by 2028, at a CAGR of 8.5% during the forecast period (2018-2028). Rising awareness about safety and security hazards associated with working at height has increased the demand for fall arrest lanyards globally over the past few years. Furthermore, growing construction activities in emerging economies such as India and China are expected to fuel the growth of this market during the next decade.
A fall arrest lanyard is a safety device that connects the worker to an anchorage point, such as a building or piece of equipment. Fall arrest devices are designed to provide protection from falls and potential injuries in order to reduce risks associated with working at height. It can be used for construction site workers on beams or other elevated work surfaces who may need additional support during their jobs. Other uses include being worn by electricians while climbing poles and tree trimmers when cutting branches too high off the ground without any form of access ladder.
On the basis of type, the global fall arrest lanyard market is segmented into soft goods, hard goods, installed system, and access system.
Soft Goods Fall Arrest Lanyard is a lanyard that is made of materials such as fabrics or webbing which can be manufactured to have varying degrees of strength for different applications in the workplace. The most popular type of lanyards is made from fabric webbing and comes in a variety of lengths, colors, and styles. Soft Goods Fall Arrest Lanyards are those that use straps made from fabric webbing or rope as the fall arrest device itself such as lanyard, about-face loop, figure eight, and chest harnesses. These can be used with any type of application where there is a risk of falling from heights greater than six feet (i.e., general industry). Generally speaking, these are more lightweight and economical options for work at height protection systems.
Hard Goods Fall Arrest Lanyards are those where the fall arrest device itself is built with metal parts such as buckle assemblies and hooks. Installed System refers to complete systems that come with everything necessary for installation whereas Access System includes items like rappelling gear (i.e., descenders) or rope ascender devices used by rescue workers during an emergency situation. This type also includes safety harnesses worn when performing work at heights without any means of fall protection. A rescue Kit is a kit of emergency equipment to aid in rescuing an individual from falls.
As the name suggests, Installed System refers to complete systems that come with everything necessary for installation. These can be self-retracting lifelines (SRL) or an anchorage system which is a more permanent solution. For example, it could include two steel cables between 13mm and 22mm in diameter held by anchorages at either end of the working zone and joined together so as not to move laterally from each other when tensioned.
The main application for installed systems is construction job sites where workers need protection against falls while they work on high structures like buildings, bridges, or power lines. It also includes general industry such as foundries and oil & gas drilling platforms; all locations where safe fall arrest equipment is needed.
The access system is the most common type of fall arrest equipment. It consists of an anchorage and a connecting lanyard, which offers protection against falls from heights up to six meters for general industry. The design is simple: it attaches through holes in a work platform and then clips onto either side of the user's belt, or connects around their waist with locking carabiners. If there isn't enough space at the back of one's belt, they can be designed to connect behind them as well. Access System includes items like rappelling gear (i.e., descenders) or rope ascender devices used by rescue workers during an emergency situation. This type also includes safety harnesses worn when performing work at heights without any means of fall protection.
On the basis of application, the global fall arrest lanyard market is segmented into construction, general industry, oil & gas, mining, energy & utilities, telecom, transportation, and others.
Lanyard use in scaffolding is common for fall protection on a worker’s descent from a height to ground level. They are also used as part of rescue kits that come with descenders, ascenders, lock-offs, etc., designed for shortening or lengthening ropes (i.e., rappelling). This type includes items such as nylon webbing straps and shock-absorbing devices like ballistic parachutes.
The global fall arrest lanyard market in construction is segmented into residential, commercial, and industrial. Residential includes new-built single-family homes or duplexes with less than four stories. Commercial buildings include those that are used for business purposes but can be divided into three primary categories: office complexes (i.e., high-rise), retail facilities, and warehouses/distribution centers. Industrial involves manufacturing structures such as a factory where materials may require personal protection due to adverse conditions like dirt, heat, coldness etcetera.
Lanyards are commonly used as part of personal restraint equipment systems that allow workers to move within an area without releasing their grip on a fixed object at any point during work operations or climbing activities. They can also be integrated into access systems like stairwells and platforms, so long as they’re designed with a locking mechanism on one side that prevents them from dropping off should they become disconnected somehow while using it. This type includes items such as rappelling gear (i.e., the rope), harnesses, and lanyards.
Oil & gas is the process of extracting natural gases and oil from below ground. Oil companies use drilling rigs to dig deep holes into the earth, where they send a pipe down in order to extract viscous fluids. The equipment used on these platforms includes: fall arrest lanyards, which are ropes that can be hooked up via carabiner or snap hook for safety around areas high off the ground like scaffolding or catwalks; personal protective gear such as hardhats and steel-toed shoes; earplugs to protect their hearing due to loud machinery operation nearby; hand gloves made out of rubber/nitrile materials for protection against sharp objects such as metal pipes while handling them with bare hands. A fall arrest lanyard is an important piece of equipment for the oil and gas industry as it provides protection against falls from high places of work.
Mining is one of the key applications in which fall arrest lanyards are used. The installation and use of these devices help to ensure worker safety on-site as well as an increased level of productivity from them. There are various types of mining, but they all have some similarities with regard to work practices and equipment that need protection by a fall arrest device such as a personal harness or other types of the anchoring system.
In the energy and utility sector, there are many different applications for a fall arrest lanyard. For example, on offshore drilling rigs, it is very common to use a fall arrest system in conjunction with safety harnesses so that workers can access equipment without risk of injury from falls. A major benefit of this setup is that if one leg gives way then the worker will be suspended safely above ground level rather than dropping all the way down onto concrete or steel. This setup helps keep workers safe while keeping productivity levels high by enabling them to get back to work quickly after an accident which would otherwise result in costly delays due to rehabilitation time required before they could return.
Telecom lanyards are used in the telecommunications industry to provide safety for installation, maintenance, and repair personnel working on or near active equipment. It is a type of fall arrest system that allows workers to gain access safely from one point to another when open spaces are present below them. The user wears an anchorage sling with a lanyard around his/her waist connected via short fixed-length tethers that attach at intervals to overhead anchors on buildings, poles, or other structures within reach. In this way, falls can be prevented by arresting the worker's descent before it exceeds approximately 15 feet (approximately four meters).
In the transportation industry, fall arrest lanyards are used in aerial work platforms and lift trucks. Aerial work platform falls account for nearly 60% of all fatal injuries among construction workers. The fall protection system should be designed to limit the risk of a sudden drop from heights that can cause an injury or death by arresting the worker's descent with a shock absorber-like device connected to the ground anchor point. In addition, it is important that these devices do not damage either equipment or worker’s body as they stop them suddenly when they have fallen too far down on their way up again. The use of this type of device is regulated through OSHA standards which require employers to provide employees with personal protective equipment (PPE) to use in the event of a fall.
On the basis of region, the global fall arrest lanyard market is segmented into North America, Latin America Europe, and Asia-Pacific. North American region is expected to lead the global fall arrest lanyard market during the forecast period owing to an increased usage of these devices in the construction industry and regulation for safety purposes that are required by OSHA (Occupational Safety Health Administration) Act.
Latin America will be the fastest-growing regional market due to increased investments from companies as well as increasing awareness among workers on occupational health & safety-related issues which may pose a serious risk of injury or death if not addressed properly. The growth rate in this region can also be attributed to government initiatives undertaken by Brazil Government such as “Programa Nacional de Prevenção e Proteção contra Acidentes com Trabalhadores em Altura”.
Europe, Asia Pacific, and Middle East & Africa regions will provide moderate growth opportunities in the global fall arrest lanyard market due to increasing awareness on safety measures among workers.
The Global Fall Arrest Lanyard Market is driven by various factors such as the need for safety in work environments, the rising number of accidents, and fatalities due to falls from height. Construction sites are one among many industries where these fall arrest lanyards play a crucial role in minimizing severe injuries or death caused by accidental falls from building heights. The construction industry is expected to grow at a high rate over the forecast period which will fuel market growth.
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|Report Attributes||Report Details|
|Report Title||Fall Arrest Lanyard Market Research Report|
|By Type||Soft Goods, Hard Goods, Installed System, Access System, Rescue Kit, Services|
|By Application||Construction, General Industry, Oil & Gas, Energy & Utilities, Telecom, Transportation, Mining, Others|
|By Companies||Honeywell, 3M, Karam Industries, Uviraj, PK Safety, Norguard Industries, Webb-Rite Safety, Udyogi Plastics Pvt.|
|Regions Covered||North America, Europe, APAC, Latin America, MEA|
|Historical Year||2018 to 2019 (Data from 2010 can be provided as per availability)|
|Number of Pages||227|
|Number of Tables & Figures||159|
|Customization Available||Yes, the report can be customized as per your need.|
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The market is segmented by Type Soft Goods, Hard Goods, Installed System, Access System, Rescue Kit, Services and By Application Construction, General Industry, Oil & Gas, Energy & Utilities, Telecom, Transportation, Mining, Others.
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Based on region, the market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America and Middle East & Africa (MEA). North America region is further bifurcated into countries such as U.S., and Canada. The Europe region is further categorized into U.K., France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Russia, and Rest of Europe. Asia Pacific is further segmented into China, Japan, South Korea, India, Australia, South East Asia, and Rest of Asia Pacific. Latin America region is further segmented into Brazil, Mexico, and Rest of Latin America, and the MEA region is further divided into GCC, Turkey, South Africa, and Rest of MEA.
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