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Full Body Harness Inspection

As with all personal protection equipment (PPE), in addition to pre-use checks, safety harnesses should be thoroughly inspected at least once every 12 months.
wesco dist
06/30/2022

Full Body Harness Inspection

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As with all personal protection equipment (PPE), in addition to pre-use checks, safety harnesses should be thoroughly inspected at least once every 12 months.
  • Harness Manufacture

  • Harness Model

  • Harness Serial Number

  • Section #1

  • Harness Machine Number

  • Harness Manufacture Date

  • Hardware: (Includes D-rings, buckles, keepers, and back pads) Inspect for damage, distortion, sharp edges, burrs, cracks and corrosion.

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Webbing: Inspect for cuts, burns, tears, abrasion, frays, excessive soiling and discoloration.

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Stitching: Inspect for pulled or cut stitches.

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Labels: Inspect, make certain all labels are securely held in place and legible.

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Reason for removing harness from service

Source: wesco dist (Community Member)

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