Safety Harnesses

By Denamarie Ecolani

At ConstructionGear.com, we want to ensure that you are protected when working any high-elevation job. On a job site that requires you to work at a high altitude, you want to be self-assured that you are protected, especially with the use of a safety harness. A safety harness is a form of protective equipment that is designed to protect a person from falling from an elevated location. A harness is worn over clothing and either crosses over or straps straight across the chest. This form of fall safety equipment is fabricated from rope, cable, webbing or locking hardware such as lanyards. The harness attaches to a stationary and a non-stationary object which ensures fall protection and security.

For women in the construction field, not only do you want to be protected, but you want to be trendy at the same time. Having the proper women’s work gear is essential and there’s no better place than ConstructionGear.com to find the latest equipment. Whether you’re looking for fall arrest safety equipment or work wear, we have what you need to be safe, warm and comfortable.

Norguard, a leading designer and manufacturer of fall protection equipment, presents the Go Pro-Girl Safety Harness line. This Pro-Girl Safety Harness line is especially designed for the professional woman in the construction field with its exclusive shade of pink. With its reflective, lightweight and durable webbings, kwik-lock buckles for easy donning and a straight-across chest strap, the Pro-Girl Safety Harness not only provides you with fall protection security, but it also allows you to be fashionable and chic.

Norguard also provides The Go Pro-Girl Safety Harness with a cross-over chest strap.

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