Tether any tool – certified and unique numbered

Retrofit all tools – no need for new tools

If you are working on height it is your legal requirement to prevent objects falling, not simply to minimise damage if they do.

Dropped tools are a major cause of workplace injury and even fatalities. The tether is certified and tested technology to tether and secure your existing tools in every day use.

The tether:

  1. Certified and statistically fail-safe
  2. Holds up to 550 kg
  3. Individually traceable and easily inspected
  4. Fits in 5 minutes
  5. Exceeds industry standards
  6. Compatible with new and current tools

Check for lanyards  and tethered tool kits.

Cablesafe dropped object prevention safety toolbox, tools, lanyards; prevent dropped objects; dropsafe; dropped objects; prevent accidents with falling objects; safety net; oil and gas; safety net; prevent rust; securing equipment to prevent drops; easily installed; fully enclose equipment fixed at height that prevents a high risk of becoming a dropped object; prevention against corrosion; prevention against vibrations; reduce risk of failure due to factors; good housekeeping; prevention of accidents; drops; toolarrest


Cablesafe dropped object prevention safety toolbox, tools, lanyards; prevent dropped objects; dropsafe; dropped objects; prevent accidents with falling objects; safety net; oil and gas; safety net; prevent rust; securing equipment to prevent drops; easily installed; fully enclose equipment fixed at height that prevents a high risk of becoming a dropped object; prevention against corrosion; prevention against vibrations; reduce risk of failure due to factors; good housekeeping; prevention of accidents; drops; toolarrest

Tether my own tools:

  1. Will the nylon rope and tape hold my tools weight in a fall?
  2. Will a key ring or cable tie break under the load?
  3. Has it been rate tested and certified to hold the load?
  4. How do you tether a tool when a hole isn’t provided e.g. pliers?
  5. If I drill through my own tool will I compromise the integrity of the tool, do I know where to drill and will it cause a guillotine effect?
  6. How many different systems do I need to use to solve all tool tethering problems?