The ISA Safety Label logo in a manual or on a piece of equipement means that samples of this model of equipement have been tested by an independent third party laboratory and fullfills the requirements by the ISA standard. However, no lab testing can ever truly reflect the range of situations encountered in practice.
Purchase of slackline and highline equipment bearing the ISA Safety Label supports the promotion of safety in these activities and sports.
The ISA Safety Commission regularly analyses the market and the incident reports to determine if the existing standards fit the needs. ISA Safety also creates new standards and accredites new testing laboratories.