Working at height more comfortably

30 April 2008

Miller Fall Protection has launched what it describes as a new concept in full–body harness design. Employers report that their workers will more readily and properly wear a harness that is comfortable, which means increased safety and regulatory compliance.

Features include hip rotation points to provide comfort when bending, a modular attachment design for attaching accessories, one–handed adjustment and release buckles to allow simultaneous adjustment of shoulder straps, semi–flexible back shield to minimize impact from sharp or heavy snap hooks and self–retracting lifelines, shape–retention memory and two–sided texture and color design to make it easier to put on, and there is an encapsulated pack on the chest to hold documentation.

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