Safety Harness Inspection Checklist
Fall Protection is crticial when exposing oneself to any height above 6'. Utilize this checklist, as a reference, to ensure appropriate inspection and use of a fall arrest system, or safety harness.
|1. What type of surface will you be performing work from? ie. scissor lift, leading edge, scaffold, etc||Text Answer|
|2. What type of personal fall arrest system will you be utilizing in addition to your harness? ie. yoyo, lanyard, lifeline, etc||Text Answer|
|3. Is there an engineered tie-off point that is rated for a minimum of 5000lbs to attach to?||Yes No N/A|
|4. Is your harness free of any visible damage, cuts, abraisions, or fraying?||Yes No N/A|
|5. Is the harness adjusted to fit snug across your legs, chest and torso?||Yes No N/A|
|6. Are all excess straps tucked-in or doubled back to ensure no loose fabric?||Yes No N/A|
|7. Have you been trained on emergency procedures in the case that the safety harness is used?||Yes No N/A|
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