All harness articles

  • Capital Safety Delta Comfort harnesses.

    Capital Safety launches new Delta Comfort harness range


    The new range Incorporates many of the features from the original range plus new features like vent windows and patented triangular design

  • ZT's new Dual Harness

    ZT Safety debuts multipurpose harness


    The Dual Harness has both front and rear attachment points allowing multi functionality. Either way it is used still incorporates the ZT leg gaiter design, which eliminates the use of groin strap and the damage they cause when restricting the femoral artery in the groin area during prolonged suspension, ...

  • The new overtrouser safety harness from ZT Safety Systems

    ZT introduces overtrouser safety harness


    The new addition to ZT's work at height safety equipment range can be worn as a fall restraint or fall safety harness

  • ZT Safety Systems demonstrate the new ZT Safety Harness to Network Rail companies.

    ZT safety harness is preferred in rail development


    Farringdon Crossrail in the UK has introduced the 2011 IAPA (International Awards for Powered Access) winning ZT Safety Harness to its workforce and subcontractors.

  • IPAF's video depicts the dangers of operating a boom MEWP without wearing a safety harness.

    "Only dummies don't wear harnesses on booms"


    The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) is distributing a free video that graphically depicts the dangers of operating a boom-type access platform without wearing a full body harness. The video shows the "whip-lash" effects on a crash dummy in the basket of a Skyjack self-propelled boom while driving over an ...

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    Wear a harness!


    The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) – the trade body that represents access equipment manufacturers, owners and users – has launched a global campaign to encourage operators to wear body harnesses when working in boom-type platforms (self-propelled booms, truck mounted platforms and trailer-mounted units.)

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    Aerials harness developed in US


    US harness manufacturers have proposed a new restraint system designed specifically to prevent operators from being catapulted from boom-type platforms. The system comprises an adjustable, non-energy absorbing lanyard shortened to about 3.5 ft(1 m) and anchored at the base of the platform.