Types of Fall Protection
Anchors the wearer to a fall protection system via D-rings at the back and/or sides. In case of a fall, harnesses secure the wearer and distribute weight among the shoulders, torso and hips.
Fall Protection Harnesses
Uses tripods and other hoist systems designed to raise and lower workers in and out of confined spaces such as manholes.
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Connects the harness to an anchor point, limiting potential falls to the length of the lanyard. Shock-absorbers prevent injury by reducing the force of impact at the end of a fall.
Connects the wearer to fixed structures such as I-beams and rails.
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Uses a galvanized wire or nylon web lanyard that retracts from a spool, offering improved freedom of movement. A rapid descent will trigger the retraction mechanism to lock, stopping falls quickly.
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Alleviates the effects of orthostatic intolerance, also known as suspension trauma.
Suspension Trauma Devices