- Soft webbing D ring
- Soft webbing hip D rings
- Plastic covers over metal connections
- Designed for utility workers
In general, there are two kinds of fall protection equipment necessary for people who work in power generation, transmission and distribution. Work positioning equipment is the first type and fall arrest equipment is the second. With “qualified” climbers being the exception, people must use fall protection equipment if they’re working on poles, towers or other structures at heights of more than four feet off the ground and no other fall protection is available.
Like utility workers, construction workers must also wear fall protection equipment in some instances. For example, if they’re working at a height that’s greater than six feet above the next-lower level below them, construction workers must use fall protection equipment.
Our Fall Protection Harnesses And Lanyard: The Details
The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration sets minimum standards for a lot of equipment, including fall protection equipment. OSHA sets standards for things like materials used, strength, snap hooks, D-rings and other components. Our brightly colored, fully functional Fall Protection Harness and Lanyard is just what you need to keep your team safe on the job site.
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To remain in compliance with OSHA guidelines, fall protection equipment must be inspected before use every day without exception. If you notice a flaw with your existing equipment, you can order a new Harness and Lanyard now and have it delivered to your New York or Philadelphia Metro-area location as early as today or tomorrow.
Order by 10 am and we’ll get your new Harness and Lanyard to you by 4 pm today. If we receive your order after 10 am but before 4 pm, you’ll get your order by 10 am the following day. We’ll even deliver complimentary cookies when we drop off your Utility Arc Harness and Lanyard!
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