Features to Look for When Selecting a Safety Harness Professionalمنذ 7 أشهر - Multimedia - Saïda - 96 الآراء
The full-body Harness Buckle is perhaps the most common piece of equipment in the fall protection industry. It is also possibly one of the most under-considered. A harness is a necessity for almost any worker in a fall arrest, fall restraint, or work positioning scenario, and yet, do we take time to consider whether or not our harness is the one best suited to our needs? Over the years, industrial fall-protection harnesses have evolved from a set of basic webbing straps sewn together to catch the human form, to a carefully designed, all-inclusive safety device that has made working at heights a safer endeavor. The availability of upgrades has grown significantly during this evolution, and nowadays users can pick and choose all aspects of a harness to befit their trade and work environment. So how does a person decipher the options and determine what harness is best for them? Ideally, it’s wise to consult an expert if you’re unsure as to which Stroller Harness Buckle properly addresses your needs. In the event you need a quick reference guide, however, there are six features to consider: padding, quick-connect buckles, harness weight, webbing, integrated features, and safety accessories. Here’s what to look for in each: PADDING With the exception of work type and application, user comfort has become the main consideration when determining the best full-body harness.
In the past, harnesses were often rigid and uncomfortable, making wearing them bothersome. Today, however, most manufacturers have integrated padding that removes some of the discomfort caused by web straps into their most widely used harness models. Padding makes the harness more comfortable and adds a layer of protection in the event of a fall and during the post-fall suspension. In addition, padding enhances the harnesses’ ability to hold its shape (making it easier to don), and in some cases, padding can be removed and washed for convenience.
Consider how accessible and adjustable the harness should be. Quick-connect Buckle Boosters, which work similarly to a seatbelt clip, have provided a quick and easy alternative to the older style of pass-through buckle that was an industry standard for many years. Some models have gone as far as letting the user lock and unlock adjustment points, making adjustments less cumbersome, while at the same time providing a component that keeps the straps from loosening once they are set to an appropriate length. WEIGHT It’s important to identify the kind of climbing that will be done in the harness. The person donning a harness may be doing rigorous or prolonged climbing making the weight of the harness a factor in the user’s comfort and safety. To meet consumer demands, manufacturers have begun to use seats and padding that are lightweight and removable for when weight may be a higher priority than comfort.
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