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PDF Content Summary: Product Name: Velocity SRL Part #: 42000; 42001; 42002; 42003; 42004; 42005; 42006; 42008 Instruction Manual Do not throw away these instructions! Read and understand these instructions before using equipment! Table of Contents Introduction 1-2 Applicable Safety Standards 2 Worker Classifications 2 Safety Information 3-4 Maintenance, Cleaning, and Storage 5 Inspection 5 Product Specific Applications 6 Limitations 7-9 Components and Specifications 10 Installation and Use 11-12 Labels 13 Inspection Log 14 Notes 14 Introduction Thank you for purchasing a Guardian Fall Protection Velocity SRL. This manual must be read and understood in its entirety, and used as part of an employee training program as required by OSHA or any applicable state agency. This and any other included instructions must be made available to the user of the equipment. The user must understand how to safely and effectively use the Velocity SRL, and all fall safety equipment used in combination with the Velocity SRL. 1 User Information Date of First Use: Serial #: Trainer: User: Applicable Safety Standards When used according to instruction specifications, this product meets or exceeds all applicable OSHA 1926 Subpart M, OSHA 1910, ANSI Z359.14-2012, and ANSI A10.32-2012 standards for fall protection. Applicable standards and regulations depend on the type of work being done, and also might include state-specific regulations. Consult regulatory agencies for more information on personal fall arrest systems and associated components. Worker Classifications ! CAUTION Understand the following definitions of those who work near or who may be exposed to fall hazards. Qualified Person: A person with an accredited degree or certification, and with extensive experience or sufficient professional standing, who is considered proficient in planning and reviewing the conformity of fall protection and rescue systems. Competent Person: A highly trained and experienced person who is ASSIGNED BY THE EMPLOYER to be responsible for all elements of a fall safety program, including, but not limited to, its regulation, management, and application. A person who is proficient in identifying existing and predictable fall hazards, and who has the authority to stop work in order to eliminate hazards. Authorized Person: A person who is assigned by their employer to work around or be subject to potential or existing fall hazards. It is the responsibility of a Qualified or Competent person to supervise the job site and ensure all applicable safety regulations are complied with. 2 Safety Information Failure to understand and comply with safety regulations may result in ! WARNING serious injury or death. Regulations included herein are not all-inclusive, are for reference only, and are not intended to replace a Competent Person’s judgment or knowledge of federal or state standards. Do not alter equipment. Do not misuse equipment. Workplace conditions, including, but not limited to, flame, corrosive chemicals, electrical shock, sharp objects, machinery, abrasive substances, weather conditions, and uneven surfaces, must be assessed by a Competent Person before fall protection equipment is selected. The analysis of the workplace must anticipate where workers will be performing their duties, the routes they will take to reach their work, and the potential and existing fall hazards they may be exposed to. Fall protection equipment must be chosen by a Competent Person. Selections must account for all potential hazardous workplace conditions. All fall protection equipment should be purchased new and in an unused condition. Fall protection systems must be selected and installed under the supervision of a Competent Person, and used in a compliant manner. Fall protection systems must be designed in a manner compliant with all federal, state, and safety regulations. Unless explicitly stated otherwise, the maximum allowable free fall distance for lanyards must not exceed 6’. No free fall allowed for non-LE SRLs. Class A SRLs must arrest falls within 24”; Class B SRLs must arrest falls within 54”. Forces applied to anchors must be calculated by a Competent Person. Harnesses and connectors selected must be compliant with manufacturer’s instructions, and must be of compatible size and configuration. A pre-planned rescue procedure in the case of a fall is required. The rescue plan must be project- specific. The rescue plan must allow for employees to rescue themselves, or provide an alternative means for their prompt rescue. Store rescue equipment in an easily accessible and clearly marked area. Training of Authorized Persons to correctly erect, disassemble, inspect, maintain, store, and use equipment must be provided by a Competent Person. 3 Training must include the ability to recognize fall hazards, minimize the likelihood of fall hazards, and the correct use of personal fall arrest systems. NEVER use fall protection equipment of any kind to hang, lift, support, or hoist tools or equipment, unless explicitly certified for such use. Maintenance of equipment must be done according to manufacturer’s instructions. Equipment instructions must be retained for reference. Prior to EACH use, all equipment in a fall protection system must be inspected for any potential or existing deficiencies that may result in its failure or reduced functionality. IMMEDIATELY remove equipment from service if any deficiencies are found. Equipment must be inspected by a Competent Person at least every six months. These inspections must be documented in equipment instruction manual and on equipment inspection grid label. Equipment must be inspected for defects, including, but not limited to, the absence of required labels or markings, improper form/fit/function, evidence of cracks, sharp edges, deformation, corrosion, excessive heating, alteration, excessive wear, fraying, knotting, abrasion, and absence of parts. Equipment that fails inspection in any way must immediately be removed from use, or repaired by an entity approved by the manufacturer. No on-site repair of equipment unless explicitly permitted by Guardian Fall Protection. Equipment subjected to forces of fall arrest must immediately be removed from use. Snap hooks, carabiners, and other connectors must be selected and applied in a compatible fashion. All risk of disengagement must be eliminated. All snap hooks and carabiners must be self-locking and self-closing, and must never be connected to each other. Age, fitness, and health conditions can seriously affect the worker should a fall occur. Consult a doctor if there is any reason to doubt a user’s ability to withstand and safely absorb fall arrest forces or perform set-up of equipment. Pregnant women and minors must not use this equipment. Physical harm may still occur even if fall safety equipment functions correctly. Sustained post-fall suspension may result in serious injury or death. Use trauma relief straps to reduce the effects of suspension trauma. Allowable individual worker weight limit (including all equipment), unless explicitly stated otherwise, is 130-310 lbs. 4 Maintenance, Cleaning, and Storage Repairs to Velocity SRLs can only be made by a Guardian Fall Protection representative or an entity authorized by Guardian. Contact Guardian for all maintenance and repair needs at: 1-800-466-6385. If a Velocity SRL fails inspection in any way, immediately remove it from service, and contact Guardian to inquire about its return or repair. Cleaning after use is important for maintaining the safety and longevity of Velocity SRLs. Remove all dirt, corrosives, and contaminants from Velocity SRLs before and after each use. If Velocity SRL cannot be cleaned with plain water, use mild soap and water, then rinse and wipe dry. NEVER clean Velocity SRLs with corrosive substances. When not in use, store equipment where it will not be affected by heat, light, excessive moisture, chemicals, or other degrading elements. Inspection KEEP INSTRUCTIONS AVAILABLE FOR REFERENCE. Record Date of First Use. Prior to EACH use, inspect Velocity SRL for deficiencies, including, but not limited to, corrosion, deformation, pits, burrs, rough surfaces, sharp edges, cracking, rust, paint buildup, excessive heating, alteration, broken stitching, fraying, bird-caging, and missing or illegible labels. Inspect full length of lifeline. IMMEDIATELY remove Velocity SRL from service if defects or damage are found. Prior to EACH use, check lifeline retraction by pulling out a minimum 4’ and allowing it to retract under light tension; lifeline must retract completely. Pull lifeline sharply to test braking function; brakes must engage. Check arrest indicator on connector for signs of activation. Indicator will display red if unsafe for use. IMMEDIATELY remove from service if Velocity SRL does not function properly, of if exposed to forces of fall arrest. Ensure that applicable work area is free of all damage, including, but not limited to, debris, rot, rust, decay, cracking, and hazardous materials. Ensure that selected work area will support the application- specific minimum loads set forth in this instruction manual. Work area MUST be stable. Every 6 months, a Competent Person other than the user must inspect Velocity SRL. Competent Person inspections MUST be recorded in inspection log in instruction manual and on equipment inspection grid label. The Competent Person must sign their initials in the box corresponding to the month and year the inspection took place. During inspection, consider all applications and hazards Velocity SRL has been subjected to. 5 Example impact indicator: • Green: Undeployed • Red: Deployed Product Specific Applications ! WARNING Use of equipment in unintended applications may result in serious injury or death. Maximum 1 attachment per connection point. Restraint: Velocity SRLs may be used in Restraint applications. Restraint systems prevent workers from reaching the leading edge of a fall hazard. Always account for fully deployed length of lanyard/SRL. Structure must withstand loads applied in the directions permitted by the system of at least 1,000 lbs. No free fall is permitted. Restraint systems may only be used on surfaces with slopes up to 4/12 (vertical/horizontal). Applicable D-rings: Dorsal, Chest, Side, Shoulder. For all applications: worker weight capacity range (including all clothing, tools, and equipment) is 130-310 lbs., or up to 420 lbs. if used in combination with equipment explicitly certified for such use. 6 Personal Fall Arrest: Velocity SRLs may be used in Personal Fall Arrest applications as a component of a MAXIMUM 1 Personal Fall Arrest System (PFAS). Structure must withstand loads applied in the directions permitted by the system of at least 5,000 lbs. Applicable D-ring: Dorsal. • Part #s 42006 and 42008: No free fall is permitted. SRL must always be positioned at or above harness dorsal D-ring. • Part #s 42000, 42001, 42002, 42003, 42004, and 42005: No free fall is permitted, and SRL must always be positioned at or above harness dorsal D-ring. OR, if used in combination with compatible shock absorber extension, maximum 2’ free fall, and SRL may be positioned a maximum 2’ below harness dorsal D-ring. Limitations Fall Clearance: There must be sufficient clearance below the anchorage connector to arrest a fall before the user strikes the ground or an obstruction. When calculating fall clearance, account for a MINIMUM 3’ safety factor, deceleration distance, user height, length of lanyard/SRL, and all other applicable factors. Diagram shown is an EXAMPLE fall clearance calculation ONLY.

BEFORE FALL AFTER FALL Working surface Deceleration Distance (41⁄2’ total) Required Clearance Harness Stretch (9’ total) (11⁄2’ total) Safety Factor (3’ total)

Swing Falls: Prior to installation or use, make considerations for eliminating or minimizing all swing fall hazards. Swing falls occur when the anchor is not directly above the location where a fall occurs. Always work as close to in line with the anchor point as possible. Swing falls significantly increase the likelihood of serious injury or death in the event of a fall. 7 Compatibility: When making connections with Velocity SRLs, eliminate all possibility of roll-out. Roll-out occurs when interference between a hook and the attachment point causes the hook gate to unintentionally open and release. All connections must be selected and deemed compatible with Velocity SRLs by a Competent Person. All connector gates must be self-closing and self-locking, and withstand minimum loads of 3,600 lbs. See the following for examples of compatible/incompatible connections: Connector Connector closed and to integral locked to lanyard. D-ring. OK. NO. Two or more snap hooks or carabiners connected to each other. NO. Connector directly to webbing. NO. Two connectors Application to same that places D-ring. NO. load on gate. NO. Incompatible or irregular application, which may increase risk Connector directly to horizontal lifeline. NO. of roll-out. NO. 8 Correct Anchorage Positioning: This chart details allowable working zones required to reduce risk of swing falls and improper side loading. ALWAYS adhere to information specified by chart.

Anchor Distance From Leading Edge (Y) Working Distance Along Roof Edge (Either Direction) (X) Working Angle From Perpendicular (Ø) Working Angle From Perpendicular (Ø) 6’ 10’ 15’ 20’ 25’ 30’ 35’ 40’ 45’ 50’ 55’ 60’ 8’ 9’ - 9” 11’ - 7” 13’ - 3” 14’ - 6” 16’ 17’ - 2” 18’ - 3” 19’ - 4” 19’ - 10” 21’ - 4” 22’ - 3” 53° 45° 38° 33° 30° 28° 26° 24° 23° 21° 21° 21° 53° 45° 38° 33° 30° 28° 26° 24° 23° 21° 21° 21°

For example, if the anchorage connector is 6’ from the leading edge (Y), the working distance (X) is 8’ in each direction from the perpendicular, which translates to a 53° working angle. Ø: Total Working Angle X: Working Distance Along Leading Edge Y: Distance From Leading Edge Y ø

XLeading Edge X 9

Components and Specifications Materials. Made from some or all of the following: stainless steel, galvanized steel, polyester, and glass-filled nylon. Class B SRL. Average arrest force: 900 lbs. Maximum arrest force:1,800 lbs. Maximum deceleration distance: 54”. Part # Length Description 42000 42001 42002 42003 42004 42005 10 16’ 50’ 3/16” Galvanized Cable SRL w/Carabiner, Swivel Top, & Snap Hook 3/16” Galvanized Cable SRL w/Carabiner, Swivel Top, & Snap Hook 3/16” Galvanized Cable SRL w/Carabiner, Swivel Top, & Snap Hook 3/16” Galvanized Cable SRL w/Carabiner, Swivel Top, & Snap Hook 3/16” Galvanized Cable SRL w/Carabiner, Swivel Top, & Snap Hook 3/16” Galvanized Cable SRL w/Carabiner, Swivel Top, & Snap Hook 42006 42008 20’ 30’ 80’ 100’ 20’ 40’ 1” Nylon Webbing w/Carabiner, Swivel Top, & Snap Hook 1” Nylon Webbing w/Carabiner, Swivel Top, & Snap Hook

Installation and Use Velocity SRL part #s: 42006 and 42008 may NEVER be used in LE applications. Velocity SRL part #s: 42000, 42001, 42002, 42003, 42004, and 42005 may be used in LE applications ONLY if used in combination with shock absorber extension deemed compatible with SRL by a Competent Person. If intending to use Velocity SRL in LE applications, refer to additional LE SRL use instructions (pg. 12). ALWAYS avoid lifeline contact with sharp or abrasive edges and surfaces. 1. All components of the personal fall arrest system must be selected and deemed compatible with Velocity SRL by a Competent Person. 2. Ensure structure to which Velocity SRL is to be attached, and on which work is to be performed, is free of all hazards, including, but not limited to, debris, rot, rust, sharp or abrasive edges and surfaces, and hazardous materials. 3. Use: • In non-LE applications, Velocity SRL may be attached to anchorage connector or harness dorsal D-ring. Velocity SRL must always be positioned at or above harness dorsal D-ring AND at or below anchorage connector. • In LE applications, Velocity SRL must be attached to anchorage connector, and may be positioned a maximum 2’ below harness dorsal D-ring. 4. Ensure 100% tie-off will be maintained at all times, which may require the use of a back-up or supplementary fall protection system. 11 ALWAYS adhere to the following warnings and specifications when using LE SRLs. ! WARNING When used with an integral or compatible attached shock absorber extension, Velocity SRLs with cable lifelines (part #s: 42000, 42001, 42002, 42003, 42004, and 42005) are tested and certified for horizontal use over a steel edge without burrs. Velocity SRLs may be used over similar surfaces, such as metal sheeting or other steel formations. Velocity SRLs with web lifelines (part #s: 42006 and 42008) must NEVER be used in LE applications. The allowable angle of redirection of the lifeline portion of Velocity SRLs at the leading edge of a fall hazard MUST be at least 90° (see Image 1). Anchor point MUST be situated no lower than the leading edge of applicable fall hazard(s). Prior to use, a Competent Person MUST calculate adequate fall clearance (see pg. 7). ALWAYS attach to anchorage connector that will allow for required setback distance (see Image 2). Setback distance: As determined by product testing, Guardian Fall Protection Velocity SRLs MUST be installed a MINIMUM 6’ (1.8m) from the leading edge of applicable fall hazard(s). Velocity SRLs may be used in combination with horizontal lifelines. All installation, set-up, and use of horizontal lifelines must be done under the supervision of a Qualified Person. NEVER work on the far side of an opening that is opposite the Velocity SRL anchorage connector. In the event of a fall over the edge, special rescue measures may be necessary. Always account for use of Velocity SRLs in job site rescue plan developed by job site Competent Person. 12 X≥90° Leading Edge X≤90° Setback Distance Image 1 Image 2 Labels Serial # Mfg. Date Cable Length Serial # Mfg. Date 40’ 1” WEB 50’ 3/16” CABLE CUSTOM 42008 42003 80’ 3/16” CABLE 100’ 3/16” CABLE CUSTOM 42004 42005 WARNING: Prior to use, fully read and understand all INSPECTION: Inspect unit in accordance to the manufacturer’s instructions provided with equipment at manufacturer’s instruction manual and regulatory WARNING: Prior to use, fully read and understand time of shipment. Alterations or misuse of this product or guidelines. Before use inspect for any signs of damage, failure to follow instructions may result in serious injury or wear or malfunctioning components. Check lifeline retraction all manufacturer’s instructions provided with death. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO SELF SERVICE OR by pulling out a minimum 4 ft. of lifeline and allowing it to equipment at time of shipment. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO SELF SERVICE OR REPAIR! DO NOT REMOVE THIS LABEL! REPAIR! DO NOT REMOVE THIS LABEL. retract under light tension, lifeline should retract completely. Pull sharply to test locking function, brakes must engage. Before USE: Always use in accordance with manufacturer’s instruction use, inspect the lifeline condition, function and condition of manual and labels included with this device at the time of fasteners, and legibility of labels. Also, check for evidence of shipment. This device is only for use by one person as a fall defects, damage or missing parts. Depending on model, user must USE: Always use in accordance with manufacturer’s arrester. Always connect the snap hook directly to the attachment inspect the shock pack for signs of deployment or impact indicator instruction manual and labels included with this device at the time of shipment. This device is only for use by one person as a fall arrester. Always connect the snap hook directly to the point on the safety harness. Guard against swing-falls by keeping the for signs of activation. Device must be taken out of service for lifeline vertically overhead. No free fall is allowed. SRL must always inspection after arresting a fall or if either the shock pack or impact be positioned at or above harness D-ring. Do not allow the lifeline to indicator show signs of activation. Do not use if inspection reveals an become slack, and maintain tension while letting it retract after unsafe condition. Unit must be inspected by a trained and Competent attachment point on the safety harness. Guard against swing-falls disconnecting from worker. Do not allow lifeline to come in contact Person at least every 6 months. by keeping the lifeline vertically overhead. No free fall is allowed. SRL must always be positioned at or above harness D-ring. Do not allow lifeline to come in contact with sharp or with anything that will damage it including but not limited to sharp edges, rough or high temperature surfaces, welding, heat sources, SPECIFICATIONS: electrical hazards, or moving machinery. Ensure that connection to Maximum arresting distance: 54 in. anchorage is secured properly before use. May be used as a Capacity range: 130 – 310 lbs., or up to 420 lbs. *See instructions abrasive edges and surfaces. Ensure that connection to anchorage component of a PFAS in HLL applications. Design, installation, Average arresting force: 900 lbs. is secured properly before use. May be used as a component of a PFAS in HLL applications. Design, installation, and utilization of HLLs must be supervised by a Qualified Person. Unsuitable for INSPECTION: Inspect unit in accordance to the manufacturer’s instruction manual and regulatory guidelines. Check lifeline retraction by pulling out a minimum 4 ft. of lifeline and allowing it to retract under light tension, lifeline should retract completely. Pull sharply to test locking function, brakes must engage. Before use, inspect the lifeline condition, function and condition of fasteners, and legibility of labels. Also, check for evidence of defects, damage or missing parts. User must inspect the impact indicator for signs of activation. Device must be taken out of service after arresting a fall or if the impact indicator show signs of activation. Do not use if inspection reveals an unsafe condition. Unit must be inspected by a trained and Competent Person at least monthly. This device must be sent back to the manufacturer or an authorized service center a maximum of 2 years after date of manufacture for recertification, and annually thereafter. and utilization of HLLs must be supervised by a Qualified Class B SRL Person. Unsuitable for horizontal use. STANDARDS: ANSI Z359.14-2012, A10.32-2012 horizontal use. SPECIFICATIONS: OSHA 1926.502, 1910.66 Type 2 SRL Class B SRL Average arresting force: 900 lbs. J F M A M J J A S O N D YRYRYRMade in India YR90257 (Rev. C) J F M A M J J A S O N D Maximum arresting force: 1,800 lbs. YR YRMaximum arresting distance: 54 in. YRCapacity range: 130 – 310 lbs., or up to 420 lbs. YR*See instructions Date of first use YRYR STANDARDS: ANSI Z359.14-2012, A10.32-2012 OSHA 1926.502, 1910.66 Date of first use _____/_____ Made in India 90258 (Rev. D) Serial # Mfg. Date 16’ 3/16” CABLE 20’ 3/16” CABLE 30’ 3/16” CABLE CUSTOM 42000 42001 42002 WARNING: Prior to use, fully read and understand all INSPECTION: Inspect unit in accordance to the manufacturer’s instructions provided with equipment at manufacturer’s instruction manual and regulatory time of shipment. Alterations or misuse of this product or guidelines. Before use inspect for any signs of damage, failure to follow instructions may result in serious injury or wear or malfunctioning components. Check lifeline retraction death. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO SELF SERVICE OR by pulling out a minimum 4 ft. of lifeline and allowing it to REPAIR! DO NOT REMOVE THIS LABEL. retract under light tension, lifeline should retract completely. Pull sharply to test locking function, brakes must engage. Before USE: Always use in accordance with manufacturer’s instruction use, inspect the lifeline condition, function and condition of manual and labels included with this device at the time of fasteners, and legibility of labels. Also, check for evidence of shipment. This device is only for use by one person as a fall defects, damage or missing parts. Depending on model, user must arrester. Always connect the snap hook directly to the attachment inspect the shock pack for signs of deployment or impact indicator point on the safety harness. Guard against swing-falls by keeping for signs of activation. Device must be taken out of service for the lifeline vertically overhead. No free fall is allowed. SRL must inspection after arresting a fall or if either the shock pack or impact always be positioned at or above harness D-ring. Do not allow the indicator show signs of activation. Do not use if inspection reveals lifeline to become slack, and maintain tension while letting it retract an unsafe condition. Unit must be inspected by a trained and after disconnecting from worker. Do not allow lifeline to come in Competent Person at least every 6 months. contact with anything that will damage it including but not limited to sharp edges, rough or high temperature surfaces, welding, heat SPECIFICATIONS: sources, electrical hazards, or moving machinery. Ensure that Maximum arresting distance: 54 in. VELOCITY connection to anchorage is secured properly before use. May be Capacity range: 130 – 310 lbs., or up to 420 lbs. *See instructions used as a component of a PFAS in HLL applications. Design, Average arresting force: 900 lbs. installation, and utilization of HLLs must be supervised by a Class B SRL Qualified Person. Unsuitable for horizontal use. STANDARDS: J F M A M J J A S O N D ANSI Z359.14-2012, A10.32-2012 YROSHA 1926.502, 1910.66 YRRETR A CT ABLE YRMade in India YR90237 (Rev. C) YR Date of first use 20’ 1” WEB CUSTOM 42006 WARNING: Prior to use, fully read INSPECTION: Inspect unit in and understand all manufacturer’s accordance to the manufacturer’s instructions provided with equipment at time instruction manual and regulatory guidelines. of shipment. Alterations or misuse of this Before use inspect for any signs of damage, product or failure to follow instructions may wear or malfunctioning components. Check result in serious injury or death. DO NOT lifeline retraction by pulling out a minimum 4 ft. of ATTEMPT TO SELF SERVICE OR REPAIR! lifeline and allowing it to retract under light tension, DO NOT REMOVE THIS LABEL. lifeline should retract completely. Pull sharply to test locking function, brakes must engage. Before use, USE: Always use in accordance with manufacturer’s inspect the lifeline condition, function and condition of instruction manual and labels included with this device at fasteners, and legibility of labels. Also, check for evidence the time of shipment. This device is only for use by one of defects, damage or missing parts. Depending on model, person as a fall arrester. Always connect the snap hook user must inspect the shock pack for signs of deployment or directly to the attachment point on the safety harness. Guard impact indicator for signs of activation. Device must be against swing-falls by keeping the lifeline vertically taken out of service for inspection after arresting a fall or if overhead. No free fall is allowed. SRL must always be either the shock pack or impact indicator show signs of positioned at or above harness D-ring. Do not allow the activation. Do not use if inspection reveals an unsafe lifeline to become slack, and maintain tension while letting it condition. Unit must be inspected by a trained and Competent retract after disconnecting from worker. Do not allow lifeline Person at least every 6 months. to come in contact with anything that will damage it including but not limited to sharp edges, rough or high SPECIFICATIONS: temperature surfaces, welding, heat sources, electrical Maximum arresting distance: 54 in. hazards, or moving machinery. Ensure that connection to Capacity range: 130 – 310 lbs., or up to 420 lbs. *See anchorage is secured properly before use. May be used as instructions a component of a PFAS in HLL applications. Design, Average arresting force: 900 lbs. installation, and utilization of HLLs must be supervised Class B SRL by a Qualified Person. Unsuitable for horizontal use. STANDARDS: ANSI Z359.14-2012, A10.32-2012 YRSerial # Mfg. Date Date of first use 13 J F M A M J J A S O N D OSHA 1926.502, 1910.66 YRYRYRYR Made in India 90345 (Rev. B) Inspection Log User must inspect prior to EACH use. Competent Person other than user must complete formal inspection at least every 6 months. Competent Person to inspect and initial. Date of First Use: __________________. For products with synthetic web lifeline, product lifetime is 5 years from Date of First Use, or, if not recorded, from Date of Manufacture. For products with cable lifeline, product lifetime is indefinite. All products must always pass pre-use and Competent Person inspections. This inspection log must be specific to one Velocity SRL. Separate inspection logs must be used for each Velocity SRL. All inspection records must be made visible and available to all users at all times. If equipment fails inspection IMMEDIATELY REMOVE FROM SERVICE. Notes14 85210 (Rev. G)


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