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How to Fit a Full Body safety harness well

If there is not enough fall protection equipment, it is impossible to work safely at high altitude. The last line of defense is a personal fall protection system. These systems consist of several different components, such as anchors, connectors and lanyards. But it is a seat belt that connects the entire device to the worker. If the harness fails, the entire fall arrest system will not protect the user.    Therefore, seat belts are essential. But if they are installed correctly, they will only work as expected. In this article, we will wear a full-body harness with a six-step process and attach a picture to show each step. Step 1 Shake it While holding the D-ring, shake the harness to...

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What is the difference between dynamic rope and static rope

One of the most common questions we receive is what is the difference between a moving rope and a static rope? Understanding the difference is the key to rope safety. Classifying a rope as dynamic or static depends on how the rope reacts to the applied load. In terms of safety and performance, no rope is the rope's mindset. This is because not all ropes are equal. Even if you are looking for two ropes of the same quality, one may be more suitable for your needs than the other. For example, climbers and rescue workers have different needs and therefore require different rope characteristics. For example, dynamic ropes are specifically designed to stretch more; when loaded, dynamic ropes are...

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What Types of Safety Harnesses

  A safety harness can be defined as a vital piece of protective equipment,  which serves as an attachment between a non-stationary and a stationary item. It gives protection by distributing fall forces safely across a worker’s body in the event of a free fall, and second, providing freedom of movement sufficient to allow the worker to effectively perform his or her job. Safety harnesses are made from different types of fabric webbing that are sewn together into various configurations or straps. Common harness webbing fabrics include nylon and polyester. More Hazardous environment may have higher requirements for fabrics. Straps are tightened to the body by buckles. Safety harnesses are also designed with one or more attachment points. The attachment point can be...

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How to Choose a Climbing Rope

How to Choose Climbing RopeRope type: The choice between single, half, twin and static ropes depends on what type of climbing you do.Diameter and length: The diameter and length of a rope affect the weight and durability and largely determine its optimum use.Dry Treatment: Dry treatments affect how you use the rope.Safety ratings: Looking at these ratings based on the type of climbing.

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