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Our bestselling harnesses for working at heights:

Levitt-Safety carries harnesses for working at heights in a variety of industries including construction, rescue, tower climbing and general purpose from leading manufacturers like 3M/DBI, MSA, Honeywell and Petzl.

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General Industry Harnesses

DBI-SALA

Product image of 3M DBI Sala Delta Vest-Style Harness

Delta™ Vest-Style Harness

  • No tangle design
  • Stand-up back D-ring
  • Pass-thru buckle leg straps
  • Repel webbing

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MSA

MSA V fit tower harness

V-FIT™ Safety Harness

  • RaceFLEX buckle for close, comfortable fit
  • Removable shoulder padding for easier cleaning

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Honeywell

Honeywell Miller H500 Harness

Miller H500 Harness

  • Lightweight and ergonomic
  • Dedicated SRL web link
  • Water-repellent webbing
  • No tangle design

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Construction Harnesses

Protecta

product image of protecta vest style harness

Vest-Style Harness

  • Fixed D-ring
  • Auto-resetting lanyard keepers
  • Impact indicators
  • Modern design

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MSA

product image of MSA V-Fit harness

V-FORM™ Safety Harness

  • RaceFLEX buckle for close, comfortable fit
  • Athletic cut
  • Pull-down adjustment

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Honeywell

Miller H500 construction harness

Miller H500 Construction Harness

  • Pressure-relief shoulders
  • Dedicated SRL web link
  • Smart impact indicators
  • No tangle design

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Specialty Harnesses

DBI-SALA

product image of 3M DBI Sala Arc Flash harness

ExoFit NEX™ Arc Flash Harness

  • Arc flash rated
  • Nomex®/Kevlar® fibre shoulder, back and leg comfort padding
  • Three PVC-coated D-rings

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MSA

MSA V fit tower harness

V-FIT™ Tower Harness

  • RaceFLEX buckle for close, comfortable fit
  • Two gear rings and two D-rings
  • Removable padded saddle

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Honeywell

Honeywell AirCore Wind Energy Harness

Miller Wind Energy Harness

  • Stretchable webbing
  • Heat-reducing materials
  • Removable lumbar wear pad
  • Easy to adjust

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Rescue Harnesses

DBI-SALA

product image of 3M DBI sala exofit nex rope access rescue harness

ExoFit NEX™ Rescue Harness

  • Blackout colour design
  • Hybrid shoulder, back and leg comfort padding
  • Aluminum back, front and suspension D-rings

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Petzl

product image of petzl astro bod fast recsue harness

ASTRO® Bod Fast

  • Ultra-comfort rope access harness
  • Wide waist belt and leg loops
  • Doubleback self-locking buckles

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MSA

product image of MSA latchway Personal Rescue Device with EVOTECH harness

Personal Rescue Device

  • EVOTECH harness
  • Quick connect leg straps
  • Significantly reduces rescue time
  • Self-activated

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How are full-body harnesses classified?

A full-body harness can have more than one classification – but all full-body harnesses need to meet Class A requirements in Canada.

They must include a built-in fall arrest indicator that activates to give a permanent, readily visible warning after the harness has arrested a fall (or has been subjected to an equivalent force).

Full-body harnesses are classified as follows:

  • Class A: Fall arrest
  • Class D: Suspension and controlled descent
  • Class E: Limited access
  • Class L: Ladder climbing
  • Class P: Work positioning

Class A is designed to support the body during and after a fall arrest event. It has one dorsal Class I connector affixed to both shoulder straps.

Class D is designed for suspension or controlled descent from a height.

Along with the connector required for Class A, all Class D full-body harnesses have:

  1. One or two frontal Class I connectors
  2. Two side-mounted Class I connectors that originate below waist level, or
  3. One sternal Class I connector.

Class E is designed to support a worker in a position that reduces the worker’s profile during passage through a limited access area. Hoisting the worker is usually involved.

Along with the connector required for Class A, all Class E full-body harnesses must have two Class I connectors, which must be located on each shoulder strap, with a provision for the connector to slide on the shoulder strap.

Class L is designed for use with fall restrict systems involving the use of a Class AS or FRL fall arrester that travels on a vertical lifeline or rail, as described in CAN/CSA-Z259.2.1. These systems are typically mounted on or adjacent to ladders or towers.

Class P is designed to position the worker during a work operation. Along with the connector required for Class A, all Class P full-body harnesses must have two Class I connectors mounted at waist level.

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