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Why Your Harness Must ALWAYS Fit Properly

Listen to "Why Your Safety Harness Must ALWAYS Fit Properly" using the player below: Download audio Do you know what happens when a worker falls feet-first while his safety harness sub-pelvi...

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7 Benefits from Wearing a Safety Harness That Fits Properly

Listen to "7 Benefits from Wearing a Safety Harness That Fits" using the player below. (Listening time: 4½ minutes.) Download audio A worker whose harness offers both safety and comfort is a...

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5 Features to Look for When Shopping for a Safety Harness

Listen to "5 Features to Look for When Shopping for a Safety Harness" using the player below: Download audio Today's fall protection manufacturers offer safety harnesses, especially full bod...

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Does Harness Size Really Matter?

Full body safety harnesses fit your body in specific ways on purpose. Their design distributes fall-arrest forces across your whole body, giving your team enough time to rescue you before su...

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ANSI Class 2 SRLs: An Essential Guide

ANSI updated its Z359 standard with new classifications and safety testing for self-retracting lifelines (SRLs). The new Class 2 SRL received special focus in the new standard. Discover why....

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Fall Protection Glossary

Use the following glossary for a general understanding of common terms in fall protection. These are not meant to be used in place of ANSI and OSHA definitions in their appropriate context. ...

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Frequently Asked Questions in Fall Protection

How often should I check my safety harness? What's the difference between an SRD and SRL? Should I consider an ANSI Class 1 or 2 SRL for my needs? Find answers to these questions and more!

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Are your products actually ANSI compliant, or just labeled ANSI?

Today, hundreds of fall protection products on the market claim to be compliant with safety standards when they haven’t been adequately tested. Your fall protection equipment might be labele...

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ANSI Z359.14-2021: How to Comply with the New Self-Retracting Devices Standard in 2024

This article aims to educate you about the changes to the ANSI Z359.14 Self-Retracting Devices standard that went into effect August 1, 2023, so that you can adjust your fall protection plan...

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What You Need to Know About Leading Edge Safety

Fall protection is essential for the safety of anyone who works at a height. When a worker falls it’s critical that every component of the system perform as intended. To ensure the safety of...

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ANSI vs OSHA: Understanding the Differences in Fall Protection Compliance in 2024

(Updated 2024) In any industry, complying with industry regulations ensures that your workplace is safe for your employees. Understanding the various standards and agencies involved in fall ...

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The Essential Guide to Self-Retracting Lifelines

Protecting your team from fall risks without restricting productivity is a delicate balance. When your workers need the ability to move around freely in worksites with fall hazards, the self...

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The Expert's Guide to Energy Absorbing Lanyards

Using the right fall protection equipment in the right situations can help prevent severe injury and death. Energy absorbing lanyards (EAL), for example, protect workers during falls, but on...

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Anchors 101 : A Comprehensive Guide to Anchorages in 2024

(Updated 2024) Protecting your workers from a fall means never leaving anything to chance. Every element of your fall protection or prevention system must be chosen with care. When you build...

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The Complete Guide to Full Body Safety Harnesses (UPDATED 2024)

(Updated 2024) Proper fall protection is often the only thing standing between you and serious injury or death. For full safety, it’s critical to choose the right full body harnesses for you...

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The Ultimate Guide to Fall Protection

In 2019, 615 people died when they fell from a height to a lower level while working. Another 48,040 had injuries severe enough to require time away from work.

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