Full Body Harness


When to use a full body harness
When using personal fall protection equipment,
wear a full body harness if you are at risk of falling.
A full body harness consists of straps passed over
the shoulders, across the chest, and around the legs.
In a fall, a full body harness protects you more than
a safety belt because the harness distributes the
force of impact over a greater area of your body.
Using the right full body harness
A full body harness designed to arrest falls should
A back-mounted D-ring located between the
shoulder blades
The letter “A” stencilled on each shoulder strap
below the D-ring (as shown in bottom diagram)
An arrow stencilled above each letter “A” pointing
up at the D-ring
The arrows on the shoulder straps point to the only
D-ring on the harness designed to safely arrest a fall.


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