Fall Protection & Rescue Equipment

There are three basic types of fall protection. They are positioning, restraint, and personal fail arrest system. The first part of a fall protection program is to identify the potential fall hazards in your workplace. Some examples of fall protection are harnesses or belts. Rescue programs should be as safe as possible and take as little time as possible to bring a fallen worker to safety.

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Harness Accessories

Fall Protection Lanyard
Lanyards are the most common way to connect the worker to their anchor point. Lanyards consist of a length of webbing or cable or a shock absorbing section. Lanyards are made in different varieties that can carry various amounts of weight.

Harness Accessories
There are a variety of harness accessories. Some include a harness hydration system, seat-belt 4D lineman belt, D-ring extension for harness, DBI harness cell phone holder, DBI harness and equipment bag, Exofit wind energy radio holster and tongue buckle belt.

Safety Harnesses or Belts
A safety harness is a form of protective equipment that is designed to protect a person, animal, or object from injury or damage. The harness is an attachment between a stationary and a non-stationary object. It is usually fabricated from rope, cable or webbing and locking hardware.