By law in Australia, your safety harness must be inspected and the results documented by a competent person every six months. In between, like all height safety equipment, your harness should be checked before and after each use.
Every scaffolder knows the importance of having the right safety set-up for the job. And with falls from height accounting for 30% of construction industry fatalities in Australia, that set-up must include having the right safety harness and lanyard combination.
Petzl first started manufacturing products under the Petzl brand in the mid-1970’s. Fernand Petzl, an avid caver originally designed and sold equipment for ascending, descending and belaying. The range quickly evolved and by 1990 the first of the professional range was introduced. Since then the Petzl has become synonymous with height safety and in particular […]
Spanset’s new range of premium iPlus harnesses showcases some of their latest technology. The harnesses have been re-designed. They are now manufactured with the new iWeb “inspection ready” webbing, padding with increased ventilation and an ergonomically supportive waistband. SpanSet’s iWeb webbing is woven with a load bearing red indicator core, encased by a further load […]
Before purchasing a fall arrest harness buyers should note that they are not all the same. A compliance level harness will have limited or no extra features while a specialty harness will have unique features to meet specific applications or non-standard environments. The following points should be considered when purchasing a harness. What tasks do […]