We’re back with another installment in our “Focus on Fall Protection” video series, and this time we’re focusing on how to properly fit a harness.
A harness is an essential component of a well functioning personal fall arrest system (PFAS). Watch the video below to find out how a harness should fit on the body and what type of harness is best suited to your industry.
Properly Fit a Harness
At SCT, we take fall protection training seriously. Falls from heights consistently appear on OSHA’s Top 10 citations list year (2017) after year (2016). As with much of our training, our experts like to take a hands-on approach when it comes to learning how to properly fit a harness.
At our Middleburg Heights, Ohio, location we have a permanent fall protection/confined space training structure that students use during our classes. We also have a 32-foot mobile simulator that we use to bring fall protection and confined space training directly to clients. Our mobile unit includes all the gear and training apparatuses to ensure students leave our classes with practical, useful knowledge on how to properly abate a fall hazard.