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Personal Fall Protection

When it is required?
Lanyard
Anchorage
Point
Max Free
Fall Allowed
1.8 m
2 m or
more
Ground Level or Level
of adjacent urface
Full !ody harne "
#ait $afety !elt
When it is required?

to limit the worker's movement so that he is unable to


reach a location where there is a risk of falling.
Typical Full Body arness

!ertified to "# $%&' ( '))) *Third +evision, or -./# certification or


!01 23 mark.

3oad carrying capacity of Waist strap1 !onnectors1 Buckles1 ook 4


&555 6g.
Can be used along with Rope grab
fall arrestor - Extra D-ring attached
to the front of the harness
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Full Body arness ( "ndian !lassification
-orsal -4ring
for attaching
lanyard
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Basic model for Fall arresting
Cannot be used with fall arrestor
.eneral 7urpose #afety arness
'a (er )$ *+21,

3anyard length 4& m

Free fall allowed 4 '.8 m

9d:ustable Waist belt ;


shoulder straps.

+ecommended for construction1


erection1 installation1 mines etc.
Lanyard
D-ring
Shoulder
strap
Waist
Belt
Hook
+equirements of harness

Webbing

7olypropylene

2niform thickness ; width.

/in Breaking #trength 4 &555 kg

Buckles 4 Friction type and no slip type design.

ardware Fittings 4 !orrosion resistant1 electroplated ; forged.


+equirements of harness

+ivets ; Washer

#hould be made of copper

3anyard

0nds spliced and covered with transparent sleeve ; the


curved portion protected with thimble.

/aterial ( '& mm polypropylene rope ( & length

Breaking strength 4 &555 kg

hook shall be non separable from the lanyard.


ook

#elf4closing type.

#hould not disengage on accidental pressure

/inimum opening '8 mm.

Types of ook
Carabiner Snap Hook Scaffold Hook
Anchorage
Point
-age of lifeline
$u((ort Lanyard
Full !ody harne "
#ait $afety !elt
Life Line
3ife line

&5mm diameter polypropylene rope or 8 mm wire rope

ori<ontal lifelines at shoulder level or higher

#ag not be more than '% degree.


#wing Fall ha<ard

Occur when the


anchorage point is not
directly above the
point where a fall
occurs.

The force of striking


may cause serious
injury or death.

Minimize by working
as close to the
anchorage point as
possible.
eccentricity
arness with double lanyard

To be used by workmen working in

Transmission 3ine =obs1

#tructural ; equipment erection :obs

=obs involving other similar activities.


While coming down, this hook
can be released while other hook
takes care of fall protection
While going up this hook can be
released and workmen can climb the
net step where as the other hook will
take care of fall protection
+ope .rab Fall 9rrestor
Full !ody
.arne
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Ladder
0o(e
Gra1 Fall
Arretor
2ertical
Life Line
Used during ertical moement such as ascending or
descending !caffold towers" ertical ladders
+etractable Type Fall 9rrestor

To be used in places where high risk of fall of


workmen persists.

!an be directly anchored to the anchorage or can be


used in con:unction with a lifeline
0nergy absorber
Lanyard with
3nergy A1or1er
Anchorage
Point
Max Free
Fall Allowed
1.8 m
4 m or
more
Ground Level or Level
of adjacent urface
Full !ody
harne
5eceleration
5itance
6otal Fall
5itance
To be used only while working above > m.
Full !ody
harne
0etracta1le
Fall Arretor
0o(e Gra1
Life Line
Lanyard
3nergy A1or1er
'7(tional,
0oof
Anchor
0oof
Anchor
2se of Fall 9rrestor in #loped +oof
"nspection !riteria

"nspect webbing for

cuts1 cracks1 tears1 enlarged ? distorted ? broken eyelet's.

"nspect the stitching of webbing for

breaks1 ragged strands.

"nspect buckles1 hooks1 -4rings etc for

breaks1 cracks or signs of wear that will affect the


strength or action of the fastening devices.

"nspect lanyards and energy absorbers

for fraying1 cuts.

+e:ect

"f inspection reveals a defective condition.

sub:ected to impact load once


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