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R530011 11 ft Baseline Web Self-Retracting Lifeline

The R530011 11 ft Baseline Personal self-retracting lifeline provides durable performance in a compact size. A rugged aluminum housing protects an internal braking mechanism that keeps fall arrest distance < 36 in. Available in 7 ft and 11 ft lengths of tough Dyneema webbing, Baseline offers a range of lifeline hook options and the 7 ft model can be combined into a twinleg model with an adaptor carabiner for 100% tie-off applications.


  • Robust 11 ft Dyneema web working length
  • Aluminum Housing with swivel top
  • Minimizes Fall Arrest Distance to less than 36 inches
  • Carabiner included
  • Engraved Serial Number and Date of Manufacture aids inspection
  • Meets ANSI z359.14, Class B

Package Contents

Part NumberDescription


FeatureSize / Details
Lifeline MaterialWebbing
Housing MaterialAluminum
Anchorage ConnectorCarabiner
Lifeline ConnectorSnap Hook
Certifications / CodeANSI z359.14; OSHA Standards

are these rated to be able to handle foot level tie off?

Asked by: Jim Rakas
They are not
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2017-06-12

Has this been tested or recommended for foot level tie off?

How far below my back d-ring can I tie off. Has this been tested if I tie off at foot level? I cannot get the anchor point above d-ring it has to be at foot level.
Asked by: Jim Rakas
It has not
Answered by: Werner Customer Care
Date published: 2017-06-12
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Different types of ladders are designed to keep you safe and productive when climbing or standing. Using the wrong style of ladder or simply ignoring the limitations of climbing equipment can result in a fall or serious injury.
Height is referring to the actual ladder height. Extension ladders should be 7 to 10 feet longer than the highest support or contact point, which may be the wall or roof line. The highest standing level is four rungs down from the top. The highest permitted standing level on a stepladder is two steps down from the top.

Reach height is the maximum reach assuming a 5’6” person with a vertical 12” reach.
Ladders are designed to safely hold up to a specific amount of weight. The Werner Performance System defines five different capacities using a color and star rating system. The Duty Rating is defined as the maximum safe load capacity of the ladder. A person’s fully clothed weight plus the weight of any tools and materials that are carried onto the ladder must be less than the load capacity.

Werner offers ladder made from fiberglass and aluminum. Each material has characteristics which make it best for certain applications, or one material may simply fit the personal preferences of the user. For example, if working around electricity users should select fiberglass products due to their non-conductive side rails.