Elk River Dielectric Harness

Dielectric Harness Front & BackFalls are the leading cause of injury and death in work-related accidents. When a fall hazard exist, fall protection equipment is necessary to protect the worker by incorporating a personal fall arrest system or PFAS.

One of the PFAS components is a harness. Most harnesses have metal hardware that could cause electrical shock when working around electricity. With this in mind, Elk river has designed and manufactured a harness with dielectric hardware to prevent possible electric shock. Our competition imports most of their harnesses from overseas mills where the quality and standards may not be as high as they are in our manufacturing plant located in the United States. All of our harnesses are made in the USA, using high quality domestic webbing where they meet all of the existing U.S. standards.

Our Dialectric harness has a soft loop dorsal connection with insulated and coated non-conductive mating buckles on the chest and leg straps. The Dielectric harness is especially recommended for electricians and for people who perform work in environments where there is a risk of electric discharge.

Dielectric Back Soft D Ring

Back Soft D Ring

Dielectric Chest Mating Buckle

Chest Mating Buckle

Elk RiverFor more information please visit www.elkriver.com or call Customer Service at 800.633.3954.

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