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Safety Harnesses


Safety harnesses are the part of an overall Personal Fall Arrest System (PFAS) that are attached to anchor points, or other components, using approved connecting devices. Ensuring that body harnesses are worn properly and attached to anchorage points correctly could be the difference between life and death in the event of a fall. OSHA’s definition of a body harness includes: “a device with straps that secure about the employee in a manner to distribute the fall arrest forces over at least the thighs, pelvis, waist, chest, and shoulders, with a means for attaching the harness to other components of a PFAS.”

Anyone in construction working at a height of 6’ or more should wear a safety harness whether they wear it for everyday use or only as needed. Your level of experience does not matter; ALWAYS wear a body harness and connect it to an anchor when working on ladders, scaffolds, or anything above the ground.

1. Harness Inspection – Check the tag. Body harnesses have manufacturing information woven into the devices themselves so workers can review prior to use. Regular inspection of harnesses must take place to assess wear and tear. Use a printed inspection log or checklist to capture the state of the equipment.

2. Harness Cleaning – Routine cleaning of body harnesses will keep them in good working condition. Wipe off surface dirt with a mild solution of detergent and water. Dry before storing and keep away from corrosive elements. Now with COVID-19, harnesses should also be disinfected whenever possible.


Harness Sizing

Charts Showing Harness Sizing

       Buckle Styles


Buckle Styles Chart

D-Ring Applications


Chart Showing D-Ring Applications

D-Ring Location


D-Ring Locations Chart


Body Harnesses

Fall Protection Kits

Construction Worker Inspecting Harness

Harness Inspection

Check the tag. Body harnesses have manufacturing information woven into the devices themselves so workers can review prior to use. Regular inspection of harnesses must take place to assess wear and tear. Use a printed inspection log or checklist to capture the state of the equipment.

Download These Fall Protection Checklists Now:


Download Guardian Fall Inspection Checklist

Download Honeywell Inspection Checklist



Harness Cleaning

Routine cleaning of body harnesses will keep them in good working condition. Wipe off surface dirt with a mild solution of detergent and water. Dry before storing and keep away from corrosive elements. Now with COVID-19, harnesses should also be disinfected whenever possible.

 

Download Guardian Fall Cleaning Suggestions

 

Download 3M Cleaning Suggestions