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FULL-BODY HARNESSES AND BODY BELTS

[This user instruction manual covers all Miller and Miller Titan full-body harnesses, as well as body belts (excluding Linemen’s Belts).]
Thank you for your purchase of Honeywell Miller fall protection equipment manufactured by Honeywell Industrial Safety.

pasidaan 2 PASIDAAN
Ang tanan nga mga tawo nga naggamit sa kini nga kagamitan kinahanglan magbasa, makasabut ug magsunud sa tanan nga mga panudlo. Ang pagkapakyas sa paghimo niini mahimong magresulta sa grabe nga kadaot o kamatayon. Ayaw gamita kini nga kagamitan gawas kung nabansay ka sa husto.

It is crucial that the authorized person/user of this equipment read and understand these instructions. In addition, federal law requires employers to ensure that all users are trained in the proper installation, use, inspection, and maintenance of fall protection equipment. Fall protection training should be an integral part of a comprehensive safety program.
Proper use of fall arrest systems can save lives and reduce the potential of serious injuries from a fall. The user must be aware that forces experienced during the arrest of a fall or prolonged suspension may cause bodily injury. Consult a physician if there is any question about the user’s ability to use this product. Pregnant women and minor children must not use this product.
1 KATUYUAN
Honeywell Industrial Safety offers a wide array of full-body harnesses for every application. While full-body harnesses may be used for positioning, travel restraint, and rescue,  they are the only acceptable form of bodywear for fall arrest. Harness designs offer superior safety and functionality with features developed to meet key user needs, such as comfort, fit, ease-of-use, style, durability, compliance, flexibility, and convenience.

pasidaan 2PASIDAAN
Always use a full-body harness for fall arrest. Body belts may be used for positioning and travel restraint only.

GENERAL FALL PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS

2.1 General Requirements
The user’s organization shall retain the manufacturer’s instructions and make them readily available to all users.
Ang tanan nga awtorisado nga mga tawo/gumagamit kinahanglan nga maghisgot sa mga regulasyon nga nagdumala sa kaluwasan sa trabaho, ingon man ang magamit nga mga sumbanan sa ANSI o CSA. Palihug tan-awa ang pag-label sa produkto alang sa kasayuran sa piho nga mga regulasyon sa OSHA, ug mga sumbanan sa ANSI ug CSA nga gitagbo sa produkto.

It is essential that the users of this type of equipment receive proper training and instruction, including detailed procedures for the safe use of such equipment in their work application. ANSI/ASSE Z359.2, Minimum Requirements for a Managed Fall Protection Program, establishes guidelines and requirements for an employer’s managed fall protection program, including policies, duties, and training; fall protection procedures; eliminating and controlling fall hazards; rescue procedures; incident investigations; and evaluating program effectiveness.
Full-body harnesses which meet OSHA and current ANSI/ASSE and CSA standards are intended to be used with other components of a Personal Fall Arrest System that limits maximum arrest forces to 1800 lbs (8kN) or less.
Ang mga husto nga pag-amping kinahanglan kanunay buhaton aron makuha ang bisan unsang mga sagabal, basura, materyal, o uban pa nga giila nga mga peligro gikan sa lugar nga gitrabahuhan nga mahimong hinungdan sa kadaot o makabalda sa operasyon sa sistema.
Kanunay nga susihon kung adunay mga obstructions sa ubos sa lugar nga gitrabahoan aron masiguro nga klaro ang potensyal nga agianan sa pagkahulog.
Tugoti ang igong clearance sa pagkahulog ubos sa work surface.
Aron maminusan ang potensyal alang sa aksidente nga pagkatangtang sa trabaho, kinahanglan nga masiguro sa usa ka tawo nga may katakus ang pagkaangay sa sistema.
All equipment must be inspected before each use according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Additionally, equipment must be inspected by a competent person, other than the user, on a regular basis, at least annually.
Any product exhibiting deformities, unusual wear, or deterioration must be immediately discarded in such a manner as to prevent inadvertent further use.

Ang bisan unsang kagamitan nga naa sa pagkahulog kinahanglan tangtangon sa serbisyo.
Ang gitugotan nga tawo / mogamit adunay usa ka plano sa pagluwas ug mga paagi nga andam na aron ipatuman kini kung gigamit kini nga kagamitan.
Ang mga kagamitan kinahanglan dili usbon sa bisan unsang paagi. Ang mga pag-ayo kinahanglan buhaton lamang sa tiggama, o mga tawo o entidad nga gitugutan sa pagsulat sa tiggama.
Ayaw gamita ang kagamitan sa pagpanalipod sa pagkahulog alang sa mga katuyoan gawas sa kung diin kini gidisenyo. Ang mga kagamitan sa pagpanalipod sa pagkahulog dili kinahanglan gamiton alang sa pagguyod o pagpataas.
Environmental hazards should be considered when selecting fall protection equipment. Equipment must not be exposed to chemicals, heat, flames, or other environmental conditions which may produce a harmful effect. Polyester should be used in certain chemical or acidic environments.
All synthetic material must be protected from slag, hot sparks, open flames, or other heat sources. The use of heat-resistant materials is recommended in these applications.
Do not allow equipment to come in contact with anything that will damage it including, but not limited to, sharp, abrasive, rough, or high-temperature surfaces, heat sources, electrical hazards, or moving machinery.
Do not expose the equipment to any hazard that it is not designed to withstand. Consult the manufacturer in cases of doubt.
Ayaw gayud kuhaa ang mga label sa produkto, nga naglakip sa importante nga mga pasidaan ug impormasyon alang sa awtorisado nga tawo/user.

2.2 Warnings and Limitations
Capacity [See TABLE 1]
The allowable capacity of Miller and Miller Titan harnesses varies among the requirements of ANSI, CSA, and OSHA. Based on the requirements of these fall protection standards and on Honeywell’s internal test program, the harness capacity rating for Miller and Miller Titan harnesses is as shown in TABLE 1.
Users must refer to the variable harness identification label included on the harness at the time of shipping to verify the standards to which the specific harness model complies. (Refer to sample variable label in Appendix B.)
Sistema sa Kaugalingon
Miller full-body harnesses and body belts are designed for use with Honeywell-approved components only. Substitution or replacement with non-approved component combinations or subsystems or both may affect or interfere with the safe function of each other and endanger the compatibility within the system. This incompatibility may affect the reliability and safety of the total system.
pasidaan 2PASIDAAN
Always refer to the regulations and standards regarding personal fall arrest system component requirements and the instructions provided with each component being used as part of the personal fall arrest system.

Limits of Use
Fall arrest connecting devices shall be attached to the dorsal attachment element (back D-ring) of the full-body harness unless the application allows for the use of an alternate attachment. (Refer to 5.1.)
Mga Kinahanglanon sa Anchorage
Anchorage must be capable of supporting 5,000 lbs (22.2 kN) per worker or meet OSHA 1926.502 requirements for a safety factor of two. ANSI anchorage requirements are as follows:

  • For fall arrest systems, anchorages must withstand a static load of 5,000 lbs (22.2 kN) for non-certified anchorages or two times the maximum arresting force for certified anchorages.
  • For positioning systems, anchorages must withstand a static load of 3,000 lbs (13.3 kN) for non-certified anchorages or two times the foreseeable force for certified anchorages.
  • For travel restraint, anchorages must withstand a static load of 1,000 lbs (4.5 kN) for non-certified anchorages or two times the foreseeable force for certified anchorages.
  • Kung ang labaw pa sa usa ka personal nga sistema sa pag-aresto sa pagkahulog gilakip sa usa ka angkla, ang mga kusog sa angkla sa itaas kinahanglan nga padaghanon sa gidaghanon sa mga kaugalingon nga sistema sa pagdakup nga nahulog nga nakadugtong sa angkla.
    TABLE 1: Harness Capacity Range*

For harnesses marked compliant with…

ANSI Z359.11 and/or ANSI A10.32 (and OSHA) 130-310 lbs (59-140kg)
CSA Z259.10 (and OSHA) Max. 420 lbs (190.5kg)**
OSHA ONLY Max. 400 lbs (181.4kg)
ANSI, CSA, and OSHA Max. 420 lbs (190.5kg)***
*Includes body weight, clothing, and tools.
**CSA Z259.10 does not specify a capacity range for harnesses; therefore, the manufacturer may establish the maximum capacity based on testing in accordance with CSA requirements and their internal test program.
***Honeywell, as the manufacturer, rates the harnesses to a maximum of 420 lbs (190.5 kg); however, it is ultimately the responsibility of the user and the user’s employer to determine if they elect to comply with the ANSI standards which limit the capacity range to 130310 lbs (59-140 kg).
Mubo nga sulat: For compliance with OSHA 1926.502(d)(16) — If the system is used by an employee having a combined tool and body weight between 310 lbs. (140.6 kg) and 420 lbs. (190.5 kg),  then the employer must appropriately modify the criteria and protocols to provide proper protection for such heavier weights, or the system will not be deemed to be in compliance with the requirements of OSHA 1926.502(d)(16).

REFERENCED PICTURES AND DIAGRAMS ARE LOCATED IN APPENDIX A ON PAGES 25-35.

WEARING A FULL-BODY HARNESS

3.1 Proper Harness Fit
The correct fit of a full-body harness is essential to proper performance. Users must be trained to select the size and maintain the fit of their full-body harness. Users must follow these instructions for proper fit and sizing, paying particular attention to ensure that buckles are connected and aligned correctly, leg straps and shoulder straps are kept snug at all times, chest straps are located in the middle chest area, and leg straps are positioned and snug to avoid contact with the genitalia should a fall occur. It is extremely
important to maintain a properly fitting harness through the entire duration of a work shift
3.2 Donning a Harness

  1. Hold harness by back D-ring. Shake harness to allow all straps to fall in place.
  2. If chest, waist, and/or leg straps are connected, release straps by unbuckling.
  3. Slip straps over shoulders so D-ring is located in the middle of the back between shoulder blades.
  4. Pull leg strap between legs and connect to the corresponding end. Repeat with a second leg strap. Tighten leg straps so that they are snug, but not so snug as to obstruct normal blood circulation in the legs. Connect waist strap/belt, if present. The waist strap/belt should be snug but not binding.
  5. Connect chest strap and position in mid-chest area 6” (152mm) to 8” (203mm) below the trachea but not below the sternum. If adjustable, tighten the chest strap to keep shoulder straps taut.
    DEFY -icon10 Mubo nga sulat: If the chest strap is positioned too high, it may move upward during a fall arrest causing the user to risk strangulation.
    If the chest strap is positioned too low, or not connected at all, the user will be at risk of falling out of the harness during a fall.
  6. Tighten shoulder straps until snug.
  7. Pagkahuman webbing straps have been buckled, readjust harness fit as needed so that harness is snug but allows full range of movement. Secure excess strap in elastic loop keepers.
  8. Verify correct harness fit using the following checklist:
    • All buckles are properly connected.
    • Webbing straps are not twisted and are snug with excess webbing secured in elastic loop keepers.
    • Back D-ring is located in the middle of the back between shoulder blades. • Chest strap is positioned in mid-chest area as specified.
    Helpful Hint: When not in use, Honeywell recommends hanging the harness by its back D-ring to help it keep its shape and provide
    the worker with a starting point when next donning the harness.
    3.2.1. Donning a Pullover Front D-Ring Harness
    1. If leg straps are connected, release straps by unbuckling.
    2. Hold harness by back D-ring and rotate so that the front D-ring is facing you.
    3. Grasp shoulder straps directly below the front D-ring with both hands. Place head through the center of harness between the front
    and back D-rings.
    4. Spin the harness 180 degrees and adjust the harness so that the shoulder straps run vertically over the chest, the front D-ring is
    positioned in the mid-chest area, and the back D-ring is located in the middle of the back between the shoulder blades.
    5. Pull the leg strap between legs and connect to the corresponding end. Repeat with a second leg strap. Tighten leg straps so that they are
    snug, but not so snug as to obstruct normal blood circulation in the legs.
    6. Using the friction buckles, adjust shoulder straps until snug.
    7. Readjust harness fit as needed so that harness is snug but allows full range of movement. Secure excess strap in elastic loop
    keepers.
    8. Verify correct harness fit (see Step 8, 3.2 Donning a Harness).

3.2.2. Donning a Ms. Miller Harness (570 / E570)

  1. Hold harness by back D-ring. Shake harness to allow all straps to fall in place.
  2. If the chest and leg straps are connected, release straps by unbuckling.
  3. Holding harness by the shoulder straps, step through the waist strap and slip shoulder straps over shoulders so that the back D-ring is located in the middle of the back between shoulder blades.
  4. Pull leg strap between legs and connect to the corresponding end. Repeat with a second leg strap. Tighten leg straps so that they are snug, but not so snug as to obstruct normal blood circulation in the legs.
  5. Tighten waist strap. The waist strap should be snug, but not binding.
  6. Connect chest strap and position in midchest area 6” (152mm) to 8” (203mm) below the trachea but not below the sternum. Tighten to keep shoulder straps taut.
  7. Pagkahuman webbing straps have been buckled, readjust harness fit as needed so that harness is snug but allows full range of movement. Secure excess strap in elastic loop keepers.
  8. Verify correct harness fit (see Step 8, 3.2 Donning a Harness).

 3.3 Buckle Connection & Adjustment Instructions
3.3.1. Cam Buckles
See Fig. 2a & 2b in Appendix A.
3.3.2. Quick-Connect Buckle
See Fig. 3 in Appendix A.
3.3.3. Friction Buckle
See Fig. 4 in Appendix A.
3.3.4. Slotted Mating Buckle
See Fig. 5 in Appendix A.
3.3.5. Tongue Buckle
See Fig. 6 in Appendix A.

USING A FULL-BODY HARNESS

4.1 Use of Attachment Elements (D-Rings/Web Loops) [See Table 2]
4.1.1. Dorsal Attachment Element – Back D-Ring/Web Loop [See Fig. 7a, 7b & 7c in Appendix A]
The dorsal attachment element or back D-ring/web loop shall be used as the primary fall arrest attachment unless the application allows for the use of an alternate attachment. The dorsal attachment may also be used for travel restraint or rescue.
When supported by the dorsal attachment during a fall, the design of the full-body harness shall direct load through the shoulder straps, supporting the user, and through the thighs. Supporting the user, post-fall, by the dorsal attachment will result in an upright body position with a slight lean to the front with some slight pressure to the lower chest.  Considerations should be made when choosing a sliding versus fixed dorsal attachment element. Sliding dorsal attachments are generally easier to adjust to different user sizes, and allow a more vertical rest position post-fall, but can increase full-body harness stretch.
DEFY -icon10 HUNAHUNA: Due to the nature of soft loop connections, it is recommended that only soft loops and carabiners be used to connect to soft loop attachments. Connecting snap hooks to soft loops is not a preferred connection. However, if a snap hook is used to connect to a soft loop, the snap hook must be ANSI compliant with a gate strength of at least 3,600 lbs. (16 kN). (Current CSA standards do not allow the use of snap hooks with soft loops.)

4.1.2. Sternal Attachment Element – Chest Area Front D-Ring [See Fig. 8a & 8b in Appendix A]
The sternal attachment may be used as an alternative fall arrest attachment in applications where the dorsal attachment is determined to be inappropriate by a competent person and where there is no chance to fall in a direction other than feet first. Freefall shall be limited to 2 ft. (0.6m). Accepted practical uses for a sternal attachment include, but are not limited to, ladder climbing with a guided type fall arrester, ladder climbing with an overhead self-retracting lifeline for fall arrest, work positioning, and rope access. The sternal attachment may also be used for travel restraint or rescue.
When supported by the sternal attachment during a fall, the design of the full-body harness shall direct load through the shoulder straps, supporting the user, and around the thighs. Support the user, post-fall, by the sternal attachment will result in roughly a sitting or cradled body position with weight concentrated on the thighs, buttocks, and lower back. Supporting the user during work positioning by this sternal attachment will result in an approximate upright body position.
If the sternal attachment is used for fall arrest, the competent person evaluating the application should take measures to ensure that a fall can only occur feet first. This may include limiting the allowable free fall distance. It may be possible for a sternal attachment incorporated into an adjustable style chest strap to cause the chest strap to slide up and possibly choke the user during a fall, extraction, suspension, etc. The competent person should consider full-body harness models with a fixed sternal attachment for these applications.
pasidaan 2PASIDAAN
Never use shoulder, rear-waist, hip, or suspension seat attachment elements for fall arrest.
4.1.3. Shoulder Attachment Elements – Shoulder D-Rings [See Fig. 9 in Appendix A]
The shoulder attachment elements shall be used as a pair and are an acceptable attachment for rescue and entry/retrieval. It is recommended that the shoulder attachment elements be used in conjunction with a yoke which incorporates a spreader element to keep the full-body harness shoulder straps separate.
4.1.4. Rear-Waist Attachment Element [See Fig. 10 in Appendix A]
The rear-waist attachment element shall be used solely for travel restraint. The rear-waist attachment shall only be subjected to minimal loading through the waist of the user and shall never be used to support the full weight of the user.
pasidaan 2PASIDAAN
Do not use the rear-waist attachment element for any purpose other than travel restraint.
4.1.5. Hip Attachment Elements – Side D-Rings [See Fig. 11a & 11b in Appendix A]
The hip attachment elements shall be used as a pair and shall be used solely for work positioning or travel restraint. Hip attachments are often used for work positioning by arborists, utility workers climbing poles, and construction workers tying rebar and climbing from walls.
DEFY -icon10HUNAHUNA: Do not use the hip attachment elements (or any other rigid point on the full-body harness) to store the unused end of a fall arrest lanyard as this may cause a  tripping hazard or, in the case of multiple leg lanyards, could cause adverse loading to the full-body harness and the wearer through the unused leg of the lanyard.
4.1.6. Suspension Seat Attachment Elements [See Fig. 12 in Appendix A]
The suspension seat attachment elements shall be used as a pair and shall be used solely for work positioning. Suspension seat attachments are often used for prolonged work activities where the user is suspended, allowing the user to sit on the suspension seat formed between the two attachment elements. An example of this use would be window washers on large buildings.
4.1.7. Suspension Loop Attachment Elements [See Fig. 13 in Appendix A]
The suspension loop attachment elements shall be used as a pair and shall be used solely for work positioning.
TABLE 2: Use of Attachment Elements on Full-Body Harnesses*

Attachment Elements

Pagkadakop sa Pagdakup positioning Travel Restraint Pagluwas

Ang ubang mga

Dorsal – Back D-Ring/Web sa loop

Sternal – Chest Area Front D-Ring

Rope Access

abaga Entry/Retrieval
Rear – Waist

Hip-Side D-Rings

Suspension Seat

Suspension Loops

*This table provides a quick reference guide for approved uses of harness attachment elements; however, all information provided for each different attachment element must be read, understood, and followed to ensure proper use and safety.

 4.2 Proper and Compatible Connection to Attachment Elements
pasidaan 2PASIDAAN
Always ensure that the connecting device snap hook (or another connector) is compatible with the harness D-ring, is properly engaged, and is closed and locked.

DEFY -icon10 IMPORTANTE NGA NOTE!
Honeywell MFP9720029 Harnesses And Body Belts - semblyAn improper or incomplete engagement is possible when the inside diameter of the D-ring is very close to the width of the snap hook. As a result, when attempting to engage the snap hook of a connecting device with a D-ring at the back of a harness, the user experiences a feeling of proper engagement while in fact, the snap hook sits only inside the  D-ring. This improper or incomplete engagement is unsafe and is likely to come apart during a fall arrest.

 4.3 Use of Other Harness Features
Pull-Free Lanyard Rings (see Fig. 14 in Appendix A)
Harnesses are equipped with pull-free lanyard rings, also known as lanyard parking attachments. When a connecting device or lanyard is attached to a harness D-ring, but a  lanyard leg is not currently in use, the unused lanyard leg shall be stored by connecting it to the lanyard parking attachment. The lanyard parking attachment is generally located in the sternal area to help reduce tripping and entanglement hazards.
DEFY -icon10 HUNAHUNA: Do not attach an unused lanyard leg to a work positioning element or any other structural element on the full-body harness unless deemed acceptable by the competent person and manufacturer of the harness and lanyard. This is especially important when using some types of “Y” style or double-leg lanyards as some load may be transmitted to the user through the unused leg if it is not able to release from the harness.
Elastic Keepers and Web Finials (see Fig. 15 in Appendix A)
All full-body harnesses shall include keepers or other components which serve to control loose ends of webbing straps. Miller harnesses are equipped with elastic keepers to store the loose or excess webbing straps. Some harnesses are also equipped with web finials on the ends of each webbing strap to further help secure webbing straps in place.  Simply hook the clip of the web finial to the underlying harness strap.
DEFY -icon10 HUNAHUNA: Ayaw itugot webbing straps to hang freely as loose ends of straps can get caught in machinery or cause the accidental disengagement of an adjuster.
D-Ring Extension (see Fig. 16 in Appendix A)
Some specialty harnesses may be equipped with a dorsal D-ring extension. This dorsal D-ring extension may be used as the fall arrest attachment element in place of the dorsal  D-ring. When not in use, the D-ring extension shall be stored securely in the elastic keeper designated.
DEFY -icon10CAUTION: Do not use dorsal D-ring and dorsal D-ring extension simultaneously for fall arrest; only one fall arrest attachment element may be used at a given time.
Always account for the additional length of the D-ring extension when calculating fall clearance (refer to 6.0).

USING A BODY BELT

A body belt shall be used for positioning or travel restraint only. Body belts may be used in conjunction with a full-body harness; however, the fall arrest attachment elements designated on the harness must be used for fall protection.

pasidaan 2PASIDAAN
Do not use a body belt for fall arrest.

 5.1 Use of Attachment Elements (D-Rings) [See Table 3]

CALCULATING FALL CLEARANCE DISTANCE

It is essential to understand how to calculate the fall clearance distance required for each work application to avoid contact with a lower level.
The basic calculations shown in this section and the related diagrams in Appendix A may be used to determine Required Fall Clearance when using a shock-absorbing lanyard or self-retracting lifeline in an overhead application. As many additional variables or factors can affect fall clearance, it is imperative that the user also refers to the instructions provided with the connecting device for more comprehensive information. For a more automated approach to calculating Required Fall Clearance, access the Miller Fall
Clearance Calculator online: www.millerfallprotection.com/fallclearance
Fall Clearance Calculation Guidelines:

  • Full-body harness stretch is limited to 18 in. (457.2mm) or less. Full-body harness stretch is the amount the full-body harness component of a personal fall arrest system will stretch and deform during a fall, which can contribute to the overall elongation of the system in stopping a fall. It is important to include the increase in fall distance created by full-body harness stretch, as well as the full-body harness connector length, the settling of the user’s body in the full-body harness, and all other contributing factors when calculating total clearance required for a particular fall arrest system. Honeywell Safety Products recommends and includes a 3 ft. (0.9m) safety/stretch factor in its calculations.
  • When a D-ring extension is used, add the length of the extension to the fall clearance calculation.
  • Shock absorbers will elongate when subjected to fall arrest forces. Refer to the labels provided with the connecting device to determine
    the maximum elongation distance, and be sure to use the maximum elongation distance to calculate the required fall clearance.

PAHINUMDOM: The shock-absorbing lanyard calculation determines required fall clearance from the connection point of the lanyard (to the anchorage connector or anchorage) to the next lower level or obstruction below the work surface. The self-retracting lifeline calculation determines required fall clearance from the work level to the next lower level or obstruction.

SHOCK-ABSORBING LANYARD
FALL CLEARANCE CALCULATION (see Fig. 17a in Appendix A)
[Calculation taken from connection point of lanyard to anchorage connector or anchorage]
Length of Lanyard (LL)
+ Max. Elongation/Deceleration Distance (MED)
+ Height to Worker’s Back D-Ring (H)
+ 3 ft. (0.9m) Safety/Stretch Factor (SF)
= Required Fall Clearance (RFC)

SELF-RETRACTING LIFELINE
FALL CLEARANCE CALCULATION
(see Fig. 17b in Appendix A)
[Calculation taken from work level]

Maximum Arrest Distance (MAD)
+ [Non-Standing Work Position Factor (NSF)]*
+ [Swing Fall Factor (SFF)]*
+3 ft. (0.9m) Safety/Stretch Factor (SF)
= Required Fall Clearance (RFC)
*The self-retracting lifeline fall clearance calculation assumes the user is standing and performing work directly below the anchor point; otherwise, additional fall clearance is required. Refer to I267–Miller Self-Retracting Lifelines User Instruction Manual for more information regarding the non-standing work position factor and the swing fall factor.

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Contact Honeywell Technical Service:
1-800-873-5242 (press 4)

TABLE 3: Use of Attachment Elements on Body Belts

Attachment Elements positioning Travel Restraint
Rear – Waist

Hip-Side D-Rings

INSPEKSIYON UG MAINTENANCE

Users of personal fall arrest systems shall, at a minimum, comply with all manufacturer instructions regarding the inspection, maintenance, and storage of the equipment. (See  ANSI/ASSE Z359.2, Minimum Requirements for a Managed Fall Protection Program regarding user inspection, maintenance, and storage of equipment.)

  •  7.1 Harness and Body Belt Inspection
    Honeywell Safety Products’ inspection requirements incorporate the criteria established by current safety standards. The inspection criteria for the equipment shall be set by the user’s organization, such that it equals or exceeds the criteria required by the manufacturer and the standards with which the organization elects to comply.
    Equipment shall be thoroughly inspected by the user before each use, and additionally, by a competent person, other than the user,
    at regular intervals of no more than one year for:
  • Absence or illegibility of markings/labels.
  • Refer to Appendix B: Product Labels for details on accessing harness labels.
  • Absence of any elements affecting the equipment form, fit, or function.
  • Evidence of defects in or damage to webbing straps including broken fibers, fraying, unspliced, unlaying, kinking, knotting, roping, broken or pulled stitches, excessive elongation, chemical attack, burns, excessive soiling, abrasion, cuts, alteration, excessive aging, and excessive wear. (See TABLE 4.)
    To inspect, grasp webbing with hands 6-8 inches (152-203mm) apart and bend webbing in an inverted “U”. The surface tension resulting makes damaged fibers or cuts easier to detect. Follow this procedure the entire length of webbing, inspecting both sides of each strap.
  • Evidence of defects in or damage to hardware elements including cracks, breaks, rough or sharp edges, deformation, corrosion, chemical attack, excessive heating, alteration, and excessive wear.

Additionally, perform the following hardware checks:
D-Ring: D-ring should pivot freely.
Tongue Buckles/Grommets: Buckle tongues should be free of distortion in shape and motion. They should overlap the buckle frame and move freely back and forth in their socket. The roller should turn freely on the frame. Inspect for loose, distorted, or broken grommets. Webbing should not have additional punched holes.
Cam Buckles: Make sure the cam mechanism is free of debris and engages the webbing properly.
Friction and Slotted Mating Buckles: The outer bars and center bars must be straight. Pay special attention to corners and attachment points at the center bar.
Quick-Connect Buckles: Make sure the dual-tab release mechanism is free of debris and engages properly. Double-check the buckle locking mechanism by tugging on both halves of the buckle to make sure it is firmly connected and will not disengage without the use of the release levers.
• Evidence of defects in or damage to integral pads, such as the D-ring pad or 2-slot chest strap adjuster pads, including cracks, breaks, or excessive wear.
• Evidence of deployed or activated fall load indicators.
TABLE 4: Types of Material Damage

Heat Kemikal nga Molten metal or flame Paints and Solvents
In excessive heat, rope/
webbing becomes brittle
and has a shriveled brownish
appearance. Fibers will break
when flexed. Should not be
used above 180°F.
Change in color usually
appears as a brownish
smear or smudge. Transverse
cracks when rope/webbing is
bent over a mandrel. Loss of
elasticity in rope/webbing.
Rope/webbing strands fuse
together. Hard shiny spots.
Hard and brittle feel.
Paint which penetrates and
dries restrict movement of
fibers. Drying agents and
solvents in some paints will
appear as chemical damage.

All harnesses are equipped with one of the following fall load indicators:

Honeywell MFP9720029 Harnesses And Body Belts - Load Indicator

D-Ring Pad Load Indicator:
The D-ring pad has built-in fall load indicators with pairs of arrows indicating the location to inspect. If the harness is exposed to fall arrest forces, the pad will be broken or stretched between ONE OR BOTH of the pairs of arrows.
Webbing Load Indicator:
Folds sewed into each of the webbing shoulders straps below the back D-ring pad serve as load indicators. If the harness is exposed to fall arrest forces, the stitching on ONE  OR BOTH of the webbing load indicators will rip, and the webbing will unfold.Honeywell MFP9720029 Harnesses And Body Belts - Webbing Load Indicator

pasidaan 2PASIDAAN
When inspection reveals defects in or damage to equipment, inadequate maintenance of equipment, or evidence of equipment having been exposed to fall arrest forces or loading, the equipment shall be tagged as “unusable”, removed from service, and immediately discarded in such a manner as to prevent inadvertent further use.

 7.2 Maintenance and Storage
Basic care of equipment will prolong its service life and will contribute toward the performance of its vital safety function.
Maintenance and storage of equipment shall be conducted by the user’s organization in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. Unique issues, which may arise due to conditions of use, shall be addressed with the manufacturer. Periodically, clean harnesses using a sponge and mild solution of water and commercial soap or detergent, to remove any dirt, corrosives, or contaminants. Hang freely to dry, but away from excessive heat, steam, or long periods of sunlight. When not in use, equipment shall be stored in a manner as to preclude damage from environmental factors, such as temperature, light, UV, excessive moisture, oil, chemicals, their vapors, or other degrading elements.  Honeywell recommends changing the harness by its back D-ring to help it keep its shape and prevent straps from tangling so that it will be ready for the worker to don when needed.

PREVENTING SUSPENSION TRAUMA

OSHA states that potentially fatal suspension trauma can occur within minutes while waiting for rescue after a fall, and the average fall rescue time is approximately 15 minutes.  Suspension trauma, also known as suspension intolerance or orthostatic intolerance, is a serious condition that can be controlled with good harness design, prompt rescue, and post-fall suspension relief devices, such as the Miller Relief Step™ Safety Device. A conscious user may deploy a suspension relief device allowing the user to remove the tension from around the legs, freeing blood flow, which can delay the onset of suspension trauma. An attachment element extender is not intended to be attached directly to an anchorage or anchorage connector for fall arrest. An energy absorber must be used to limit maximum arrest forces to 1800 lbs (8 kN). The length of the attachment element extender may affect free-fall distances and free fall clearance calculations.
 8.1 Using the Miller Relief Step Safety Device
The Miller Relief Step™ Safety Device provides a fallen worker with support and enhances blood circulation by permitting the worker to be able to move and flex leg muscles until rescue. Small and lightweight, the Relief Step Safety Device attaches to any brand full-body harness. See Fig.18a, 18b, and 18c in Appendix A for mounting and use instructions.Honeywell MFP9720029 Harnesses And Body Belts - fig

Honeywell MFP9720029 Harnesses And Body Belts - fig 7 Grasp the loose end of webbing strap and pull to tighten. Secure excess webbing inelastic keepers.
Honeywell MFP9720029 Harnesses And Body Belts - fig8 To loosen, flip buckle over to release friction grip and push outward to allow webbing to pull through the buckle.
Honeywell MFP9720029 Harnesses And Body Belts - fig9 Ensure straps are not twisted. The loose end webbing strap is for adjustment and must always be located on the outside (away from the user).
Honeywell MFP9720029 Harnesses And Body Belts - fig10 Pass the buckle with the center bar under the square link. Turn center bar buckle so that the edges line up with the slots in the square link. Pull the center bar buckle completely through and allow it to fall into place on top of the square link.
Honeywell MFP9720029 Harnesses And Body Belts - fig11 Pull loose end webbing strap to tighten harness if needed; then slide rigid keeper (if applicable) up to buckle. Secure excess webbing in elastic keepers.
Honeywell MFP9720029 Harnesses And Body Belts - fig12 Ensure straps are not twisted. The loose end webbing strap is for adjustment and must always be located on the outside (away from the user).
Honeywell MFP9720029 Harnesses And Body Belts - fig13 Pass the buckle with the center bar under the square link. Turn center bar buckle so that the edges line up with the slots in the square link. Pull the center bar buckle completely through and allow it to fall into place on top of the square link.
Honeywell MFP9720029 Harnesses And Body Belts - fig14 Pull loose end webbing strap to tighten harness if needed; then slide rigid keeper (if applicable) up to buckle. Secure excess webbing in elastic keepers.

Honeywell MFP9720029 Harnesses And Body Belts - fig15Honeywell MFP9720029 Harnesses And Body Belts - fig16Honeywell MFP9720029 Harnesses And Body Belts - fig17Honeywell MFP9720029 Harnesses And Body Belts - fig18

Honeywell MFP9720029 Harnesses And Body Belts - fig19 Mount to upper rear web strap by “choking” through the loop. (Be sure the loop is past metal adjustments.)
Honeywell MFP9720029 Harnesses And Body Belts - fig20 Attach elastic “pull tab” loop around front leg strap above buckle and snap closed.

Honeywell MFP9720029 Harnesses And Body Belts - fig21

Unsnap and release elastic “pull tab” loop from underneath leg strap. Then pull the elastic strap to deploy webbing fully from the plastic sleeve.

Honeywell MFP9720029 Harnesses And Body Belts - fig22

Insert foot into loop step and adjust using orange tabs.

Honeywell MFP9720029 Harnesses And Body Belts - fig23

The Relief Step provides the ability to stand allowing improved circulation.

Honeywell MFP9720029 Harnesses And Body Belts - fig24

Two Relief Steps provide added support, balance, and comfort.

APPENDIX B: PRODUCT LABELS

Honeywell MFP9720029 Harnesses And Body Belts - fig25

Labels located under left chest strap adjuster.

To access labels, create space behind the chest strap adjuster by pulling webbing away from the back of the adjuster. Turn chest strap adjuster over to reveal labels. Fold-over top label at a clip to review all label pages.

Honeywell MFP9720029 Harnesses And Body Belts - fig26

◄Sample Variable Label: This label varies by product model.
PAHINUMDOM: Compliance with standards varies by product model. Always refer to the variable label on the unit.Honeywell MFP9720029 Harnesses And Body Belts - fig27Honeywell MFP9720029 Harnesses And Body Belts - fig28

Honeywell MFP9720029 Harnesses And Body Belts - fig229Honeywell MFP9720029 Harnesses And Body Belts - fig29Honeywell MFP9720029 Harnesses And Body Belts - fig30

APPENDIX C: MODELS

550
550-4
552
552-3
552-4
552-47
552-64
552D-64
552DT
552DT-4
552T
552T-4
570
570-3
570-7
570FD
570FD-7
570FD-25
570K
570K-3
650
650-3
650-4
650-7
650-25
650-58
650-59 K
650-61
650-64
650-66
650-75
650-77
650-88
650-89
650CN-BDP
650CN-BP
650CNFD-BDP
650CNFD-BP
650CNFD-QC-BDP
650CNFDSD-BDP
650CNFDSD-BP
650CN-QC
650CN-QC-BDP
650CN-QC-BP
650CNSDBDP
650CNSD-BDP
650CNSD-BP
650DT
650DT-4
650DT-7
650DT-58
650DT-61
650DT-64
650DT-77
650DTFD-4
650DTFD-58
650DTFD-61
650FD
650FD-3
650FD-4
650FD-7
650FD-25
650FD-58
650FD-64
650FD-66
650FD-77
650K
650K-3
650K-4
650K-7
650K-25
650K-58
650K-66
650K-77
650KFD
650KFD-3
650KFD-4
650KFD-7
650KFD-58
650KFDQC
650KFDQC-4
650KFDQC-7
650KFDQC-25
650KFDQC-58
650KFDQC-77
650KQC
650KQC-3
650KQC-4
650KQC-7
650KQC-25
650KQC-58
650KQC-64
650KQC-77
650PC-4
650T
650T-3
650T-4
650T-7
650T-25
650T-58
650T-61
650T-64
650T-66
650T-76
650T-77
650T-89
650T-92
650TFD
650TFD-3
650TFD-4
650TFD-7
650TFD-58
650TFD-61
650TFD-64
650TFD-66
650TFD-76
650TFD-77
655DT-61
750
751
751K
751KFD
752
753
8095
8095-3
8095-4
8095-6
8095-7
8095-8
8095-47
8095-48
8095-60
8095-70
8095D-60
8095FD-4
8112
8322
8428
8428-4
8428-8
8428-11
8428-12
8428-13
8428-14
8428-15
8428-16
8428-44
8428-47
8428-60
8428-61
8428-68
8428-71
8428-76
8428D-60
8428T-76
850
850-2
850-3
850-4
850-5
850-58
850-64
850-66
850-7
850-91
850DT
850DT-3
850DT-4
850DT-7
850DT-58
850DT-OIL-RS
850FD-4
850FD-58
850K
850K-3
850K-4
850K-7
850K-25
850K-64
850KFD-4
850KFD-58
850KFDQC
850KFDQC-3
850KFDQC-4
850KFDQC-7
850KFDQC58
850KQC
850KQC-3
850KQC-4
850KQC-7
850KQC-58
850-OIL
850T
850T-2
850T-3
850T-4
850T-7
850T-58
850TFD
850TFD-4
850TFD-7
850TFD-58
8601
8714
8714-8
8714-9
8714-17
8831
8866
8866-4
8957
9650K
9650KW
9650K-7
9650K-7W
9650KFD-7
9650KFD-7W
9751K
9751KW
9850K
9850KW
9850K-7W
AAF-QC
AAF-QCBDP
AAF-QCD
AAF-QC
AAF-TB
AAF-TBBDP
AAF-TBBP
AAF-TBD
AAF-TB
AAFW-QCBDP
AAM-TBBP
AAT-BC
AAT-QC
AAT-QCBC
AAT-QC
ACA-QC
ACA-QC-BDP
ACA-QC-D
ACA-TB
ACA-TB-BDP
ACA-TB-D
ACF-QC
ACF-QCBDP
ACF-QCD
ACF-QC
ACF-TBBDP
ACF-TBD
ACF-TB
ACFW-QCBDP
ACMB-TB
ACMB-TB-BDP
ACOG-BC
ACOG-BCXL
ACOG-SS
ACOG-TB
ACOG-TBBC
ACOG-TBSS
AC-QC
AC-QC-BDP
AC-QCBDP
AC-QC-D
ACSD-QC
ACSD-QCBDP
AC-TB
AC-TB-BD
AC-TB-BDP
AC-TBBDP
AC-TB-D
ACT-BC
ACT-QC
ACT-QCBC
E550
E550-4
E550D
E550D-4
E552
E552-4
E552-84
E552D
E570
E570-2
E570-7
E570FD
E570FD-7
E650
E650-2
E650-4
E650-4W
E650-5
E650-7
E650-58
E650-61
E650-72
E650-74
E650-77
E650-78
E650-81
E650-83
E650-87
E650-88
E650-89
E650D
E650D-4
E650D-7
E650D-58
E650D-77
E650D-88
E650D-89
E650DFD
E650DFD-4
E650DFD-58
E650DFDQC
E650DFDQC-4
E650DFDQC-7
E650DQC
E650DQC-4
E650DQC-7
E650DQC-77
E650FD
E650FD-2
E650FD-4
E650FD-7
E650FD-58
E650FD-61
E650FD-74
E650FD-77
E650FD-78
E650FDQC
E650FDQC-4
E650FDQC-7
E650FDQC-58
E650FDQC-77
E650QC
E650QC-2
E650QC-4
E650QC-7
E650QC-58
E650QC-77
E650QC-88
E750-2
E752
E752
E752D
E752FD
E752QC
E753
E8095
E8095-4
E8095-7
E8095-58
E850
E850-2
E850-4
E850-5
E850-7
E850-58
E850-91
E850D
E850D-2
E850D-4
E850D-5
E850D-7
E850D-90
E850DQC-2
E850DQC-4
E850FD
E850FD-2
E850FD-58
E850FD-91
E850QC-2
P950
P950-4
P950-5
P950-7
P950-58
P950-64
P950-74
P950-77
P950-78
P950-86
P950-88
P950-89
P950D
P950D-4
P950D-7
P950D58
P950D-77
P950D-78
P950DFD
P950DFD-4
P950DFD-7
P950DFD-58
P950DFD-77
P950DFD-78
P950DFDQC
P950DFDQC-4
P950DFDQC-7
P950DFDQC-77
P950DFQC-7
P950DQC
P950DQC-4
P950DQC-7
P950DQC-77
P950DQC-86
P950DQC-88
P950FD
P950FD-4
P950FD-7
P950FD-58
P950FD-66
P950FD-74
P950FD-77
P950FD-78
P950FDA
P950FDQC
P950FDQC-2
P950FDQC-3
P950FDQC-4
P950FDQC-7
P950FDQC-25
P950FDQC-58
P950FDQC-77
P950QC
P950QC-2
P950QC-3
P950QC-4
P950QC-5
P950QC-7
P950QC-24
P950QC-58
P950QC-64
P950QC-74
P950QC-77
P950QC-88
RDF-QC
RDF-QC-B
RDF-QC-BDP
RDF-QC-DP
RDF-TB
RDF-TB-B
RDF-TB-BDP
RDF-TB-DP
RDFFD-QC
RDFFD-QC-B
RDFFD-QC-BDP
RDFFD-QC-DP
RDFFD-TB
RDFFD-TB-B
RDFFD-TB-BDP
RDFFD-TB-DP
RDF-QC
RDF-QC-B
RDF-QC-BDP
RDF-QC-DP
RDF-TB
RDF-TB-B
RDF-TB-BDP
RDF-TB-DP
RDTFD-QC
RDTFD-QC-B
RDTFD-QC-BDP
RDTFD-QC-BP
RDTFD-QC-DP
RDTFDSD-QC
RDTFDSD-QC-B
RDTFDSD-QC-BDP
RDTFDSD-QC-DP
RDTFDSD-TB
RDTFDSD-TB-B
RDTFDSD-TB-BDP
RDTFDSD-TB-DP
RDTFDSL-QC
RDTFDSL-QC-B
RDTFDSL-QC-BDP
RDTFDSL-QC-DP
RDTFDSLSD-QC
RDTFDSLSD-QCBDP
RDTFDSLSD-TBBDP
RDTFDSL-TB
RDTFDSL-TB-BDP
RDTFD-TB
RDTFD-TB-B
RDTFD-TB-BDP
RDTFD-TB-BP
RDTFD-TB-DP
RDT-QC
RDT-QC-B
RDT-QC-BDP
RDT-QC-BP
RDT-QC-DP
RDTSD-QC
RDTSD-QC-B
RDTSD-QC-BDP
RDTSD-QC-DP
RDTSD-TB-B
RDTSD-TB-BDP
RDTSD-TB-DP
RDTSLP4-QC-FB DP
RDTSL-QC
RDTSL-QC-B
RDTSL-QC-BDP
RDTSL-QC-DP
RDTSL-QC-FB DP
RDTSLSD-QC
RDTSLSD-QC-FB DP
RDTSL-TB
RDTSL-TB-B
RDTSL-TB-BDP
RDTSL-TB-DP
RDTSL-TB-FB DP
RDT-TB
RDT-TB-B
RDT-TB-BDP
RDT-TB-DP
RENARD-QC
RENARD-QC-BDP
RKNARFDRL-QC
RKNARFDRL-QCBDP
RKNARFDRLSDQC-BDP
RKNARFDRL-TB
RKNARFDRL-TBBDP
RKNARFDSD-QC
RKNARFDSD-QCBDP
RKNARFDSL-QCBDP
RENARD-TB
RENARD-TB-B
RENARD-TB-BDP
RENARD-TB-DP
RKNAR-QC
RKNAR-QC-B
RKNAR-QC-BDP
RKNAR-QC-BP
RKNAR-QC-DP
RKNARRL-QC
RKNARRL-QC-BDP
RKNARRL-QC-DP
RKNARRLSD-QCBDP
RKNARRL-TB
RKNARRL-TB-BDP
RKNARSDQBDP
RENARD-QC
RENARD-QC-BDP
RENARD-TB
RENARD-TB-DP
RKNARSL-QC-BDP
RKNAR-TB
RKNAR-TB-B
RKNAR-TB-BDP
RKNAR-TB-DP
RKNFD-QC
RKNFD-QC-B
RKNFD-QC-BDP
RKNFDSD-QC-BDP
RKNFDSD-TB-BDP
RKNFDSL-QC
RKNFDSL-QC-B
RKNFDSL-QC-BDP
RKNFDSL-QC-DP
RKNFD-TB
RKNFD-TB-B
RKNFD-TB-BDP
RKNFD-TB-DP
RKNFSDQBDP
RKN-QC
RKN-QC-B
RKN-QC-BDP
RKN-QC-DP
RKNSD-QC
RKNSD-QC-DP
RKNSD-TB-BDP
RKNSL-QC
RKNSL-QC-B
RKNSL-QC-BDP
RKNSL-QC-DP
RKNSL-QC-FB DP
RKNSL-TB
RKNSL-TB-B
RKNSL-TB-BDP
RKNSL-TB-DP
RKN-TB
RKN-TB-B
RKN-TB-BDP
RKN-TB-DP
RKQCDP
RPCFDSD-TB
RPCFDSD-TB-B
RPCFDSD-TB-BD
RPCFD-TB
RPCFD-TB-BD
RPCSD-TB
RPCSD-TB-B
RPCSD-TB-BD
RPC-TB
RPC-TB-B
RPC-TB-BD
RPYFD-QC
RPYFD-QC-B
RPYFD-QC-BDP
RPYFD-QC-DP
RPYFDSD-QC
RPYFDSD-QC-B
RPYFDSD-QC-BDP
RPYFDSD-TB
RPYFDSD-TB-DP
RPYFD-TB
RPYFD-TB-B
RPYFD-TB-BDP
RPYFD-TB-DP
RPY-QC
RPY-QC-B
RPY-QC-BDP
RPY-QC-BP
RPY-QC-DP
RPYSD-QC
RPYSD-QC-B
RPYSD-QC-BDP
RPYSD-QC-DP
RPYSD-TB
RPYSD-TB-B
RPYSD-TB-BDP
RPYSD-TB-DP
RPY-TB
RPY-TB-B
RPY-TB-BDP
RPY-TB-DP
T2000
T2007
T2500QC
T3010
T3020
T3310
T3320
T4000
T4000-3
T4000FD
T4000FD-3
T4007
T4007-3
T4007FD
T4007FD-3
T4078
T4500
T4500-3
T4500FD
T4500FD-3/K
T4507/K
T4507-3
T4507FD
T4507FD-3
T4577
TF4000
TF4000FD
TF4007
TF4007FD
TF4500
TF4500FD
TF4507
TF4507FD
TF4577
TF4577FD
TFPK-3
TFPK-5
TK4051
TK4052
TK4054
TK4061
TK40754
TK4091W
TK4093W
TK4551
TK4551B
TK4562TB
TK4751

APPENDIX D: INSPECTION AND
LOG SA MAINTENANCE

DATE OF MANUFACTURE:________________________________________________________________
MODEL NUMBER:_______________________________________________________________________
DATE PURCHASED:______________________________________________________________________

PETSA SA PAGSUSI INSPEKTOR
ITEMS NOTED
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KALIHOKAN
PAGPUO
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