Full body harnesses are designed to arrest a fall while simultaneously distributing the tremendous shock or load to the worker’s body.
- There are many applications and conditions in which full body harnesses must be worn. In order to maximize effectiveness and minimize injury, it is critical that an appropriate body harness be selected based on the job for which it is intended. PeakWorks offers a full range of body harnesses for almost every application.
- Full body harnesses must be fitted and tightened properly to ensure maximum protection and to minimize injury.
- Waist or restraint belts are not replacements for full body harnesses.
- All PeakWorks full body harnesses are built to meet or exceed the highest standards while providing maximum fit and comfort.
- Full body harnesses come in many styles with a variety of attachment points (D-rings). The placement of these rings is critical to the type of application and positioning of the worker when performing a job.
- The fall protection industry and regulatory committees have standardized the positioning of these attachment rings into Harness Classes A, D, E, L, P.
- Depending on the application, full body harnesses may require more than one attachment class in order to correctly position the body and stress points during a fall, i.e. AE, AL, AP.
- All full body harnesses come with a standard Class A D-ring (located at the back between the shoulder blades).
- Lightweight for all-day comfort
- Offered with the Contractor series or PeakPro series harnesses
- Padded lumbar support designed to eliminate any discomfort from the weight of tool pouches
- Waist belt is designed to be removable, so a worker can add their favourite tool pouches with ease
- Positioning belt is designed with 2 side D-rings for any position applications
- Available with traditional Pass-Thru leg strap buckle or with tongue buckle
- Buckles – Chest : Stab Lock
- Buckles – Leg : Stab Lock
- Buckles – Torso : Friction
- D-Rings : 1 back, 2 sides