ISC will provide information and updates on product notices; including from 3rd Party companies for whom we distribute.
November 30th 2023
Following on from our inspection notice issued 17 November 2023, we are issuing this notice instructing users to STOP USING devices...
November 17th 2023
We have been advised of a single incident of a button assembly failure on the LK100A1.2. Due to the risk of unintentional opening of the device, which could result in a life-threatening situation, we ask you to stop using the device and immediately conduct the inspection process below.We are conducting an internal investigation to determine whether this is an isolated incident or whether there is a wider spread of parts. Further information will be shared as it becomes available.
April 24th 2023
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June 9th 2020
In line with our commitment to your safety and the continued safe use of our products we are reminding all users of the ISC SH903x and SH905x Snaphooks to conduct regular product inspections. In line with best practice and requirements of various legislation we remind our customers that you must conduct a pre-use inspection of your personal protective equipment (PPE). Please see the full Inspection Notice (PDF) for further information.
February 14th 2020
The following inspection notice has been communicated directly to all Zippey customers, as of the 14th February. An issue has been raised by one Zip customer, who has experienced this issue at their site.
October 24th 2019
April 24th 2019
ISC are requesting that all owners of the above listed items inspect the pip-pin mechanism in the axle of their rope grab. There has been a report of the ball-bearings falling out of the hole over time. This has, currently, only been reported by a single customer, however, as a responsible manufacturer, ISC is issuing this notice to alert all users to the issue.
ISC are requesting that all owners of the above listed items inspect the gate mechanism. There has been a report of the scroll pin working loose over time. This has, currently, only been reported at a single site, however, as a responsible manufacturer, ISC is issuing this notice to alert all users to the issue.
April 16th 2018
We have received notice of a very small number of instances of KH260 Steel Twister (Swivel-eye) Karabiners where the retaining pin on the nut for the swivel assembly has become dislodged..
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