Capital Safety & Tanner Can Help You Find the Perfect Full Body Harness
Full Body Harnesses Are The Most Important Piece of Personal Protection Equipment
A Full Body Safety Harness should provide the user with comfort and confidence when worn. The safety harness should be designed to increase productivity, as well as give the user flexibility to do everything that is needed on the job site. Capital Safety has been designing and innovating the latest and greatest in full body harness protection. They are well known for DBI-SALA® and PROTECTA® harnesses: ExoFit Nex™, ExoFit™ XP, ExoFit™, Delta™, PRO™ and FIRST™. Capital Safety along with these brands have earned a reputation as the top full body harnesses for maximum comfort, freedom of movement, and ease-of-use.
Different Styles of Full Body Harness
Multi-Purpose Harnesses typically include extra attachment points such as back and side D-rings which allow the user to work in a variety of situations. The belt and back pad provide additional back lumbar support, positioning rings and tool carrying options.
Work Positioning Harnesses
Work Positioning Harnesses have positioning D-rings located on the hips for use with pole straps or work positioning lanyards, which allow hands-free operation. Harnesses of this kind usually include integral waist belts.
Ladder Climbing Harnesses
Ladder Climbing Harnesses have a frontal attachment point such as a D-ring or web loop. This is ideal for connection to a permanent ladder safety system. In addition, they can be used with descent control devices which typically attach to the front of the harness for rescue and escape applications.
Descent Control Harnesses
Descent Control Harnesses typically have frontal attachment points such as a D-ring or web loop for use with descent control devices. In addition, they can be used with ladder safety systems which typically attach to the front of the harness for climbing applications.
Confined Space Entry/Retrieval Harnesses
Confined Space Entry/Retrieval Harnesses have one attachment point located on each shoulder strap to help facilitate upright retrieval from confined spaces. This type of harness is often used with a Y-type retrieval lanyard connected to the winch or 3-way self retracting lifeline.
Suspension/Rigging Harnesses typically include extra attachment points such as back, front, and side D-rings. These extra D-rings allow allow the user to use this harness in a variety of different applications. These multi-use harnesses are ideal for rescue, rope access, and rigging as well as tower and arborist activities.
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