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April 26, 2017
What is a Safety Harness?
When working on a high site, the workers are really exposed to a number of safety hazards and sometime they can also be vulnerable to serious injuries. A safety harness is a system of restraints which prevent the wearer from falling from a height. The risk of injury from a fall is greatly reduced by wearing the belt or harness when they are working in the high site.
The harness ensure the user won't hit the ground in the evernt of the a fall while they are working at high site, it allows the workers to attach themselves to a stationary object. Falling from a height is one of the most common causes of personal injury in the workplace, so it is very important to make sure you are properly equipped when working up high.
What is the history of the safety harness?
Starting in the 1940s, the safety harness appeared as the main alternative to the body belt. Inspired by equipment used by paratroopers in World War II, the fit of the harness meant that workers no longer had to worry about falling correctly if an accident were to happen.
What are the requirements for safety harness?
OSHA requires that fall protection be provided at elevations of four feet in general industry workplaces, five feet in shipyards, six feet in the construction industry and eight feet in longshoring operations.
When should you wear a body harness?
You should always assess the potential risks before you carry out any work at height, . Unfortunately, the common cause of injuries and fatalities in the workplace is falling from height . It's very important that you know when a full body harness is, or isn't required. Your employee should carry out a full risk assessment before you carry out any work at height, notifying you if a full body harness is required while you complete your tasks.
How should a safety harness be worn?
To ensure the harness is worn correctly: