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There are five classes of full body harnesses. They are of the following classes A, D, E, L and P


Class-A

  • It shall incorporate at least one fall arrest attachment element
  • The fall arrest attachment element shall be positioned so that it lies at the back ("dorsal" attachment D-ring) of the user

Class-D

Class-D shall meet the requirements for Class-A

  • It has additional attachment elements that allow the user to connect to a controlled descent system
  • It has a controlled descent and ascent attachment elements incorporated so that the user can adopt an approximate seated position (whilst in suspension)

Class-E

Class-E shall meet the requirements for Class-A

  • It has additional attachment elements that allow the user to connect to a confined space access system
  • It has a sliding attachment element on each shoulder strap to be used as pair, so that they enable the user to adopt a near upright position (whilst in suspension)

Class-L

Class-L shall meet the requirements for Class-A

  • It has additional attachment elements that allow the user to connect vertical climbing guided type Fall arrester
  • It has a vertical climbing point incorporated so that the user can climb a ladder with both hands free and very easy to self-rescue in the event of a fall

Class-P

Class-P shall meet the requirements for Class-A

  • It has additional attachment elements that allow the user to connect to a work positioning system
  • It has at least one work positioning attachment element incorporated at approximately waist level
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