Why A Harness Is Important On The Job
Posted on October 11th, 2017 by American Ladders
Staying safe is a concern of many workers when they’re on the job, and protecting yourself is an important aspect when considering your own job. Perched high on ladders and scaffolding equipment, the risk for injury is typically higher than that of someone who is working on the ground. But what comes with dangerous jobs are the safety equipment that helps alleviate the potential injuries. Harnesses are huge when it comes to this line of work, and can help greatly. See how here:
Holding You In Place
Losing your balance doesn’t happen often, but it can however be the downfall that leads to injuries in the future. A harnesses job is to hold you in place and keep you from falling off of a perched area or something similar. Because there are tons of things that can go wrong, this is one of the best ways to keep yourself where you should be without running the risk for injury.
They Can Be Modified For The Job
Depending on what type of job you’re doing, your harness can be modified to work on whatever surface or equipment is necessary. Whether this is something on a roof, scaffold or a dinosaur, harnesses can be altered to fit any job and benefit from whatever you’re on top of.
To learn more, make sure to visit us here and shop our selection of harnesses. In addition, we regularly host safety based competence courses that you can attend to learn more about what it means to be proactively safe in the workplace!
For almost 30 years, American Ladders & Scaffolds has been supplying the construction industry with the highest quality climbing equipment available on the market. We’re also the largest supplier of these materials in the nation, and are proud to offer both training and service truck service center. For more information or to place an order, give us a ring a 1-(866)-657-9252, and make sure to like us on Facebook!