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Who can inspect a harness?

You should always inspect your harness before and after each use. Always check for wear and tear, cuts and fraying, and buckle quality. To be legally compliant, your workplace should have your harnesses inspected at least annually by a qualified inspector.

In addition to pre-use checks, safety harnesses should be thoroughly inspected at least once every 12 months by a Qualified Inspector for the following reasons:

  • To be compliant with CSA

  • To be compliant with Canada Labour Code

  • To increase safety awareness among your employees

  • To ensure a longer service life for your equipment

  • It's good for your overall Fall Protection Program

CSA Z259.10-18 "Full Body Harnesses" states; the harness shall be inspected by a trained and competent person yearly and more frequently by the user, prior to each use. 

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Fall Arrest Lanyard

Inspection of fall arrest, fall protection and travel restraint lanyards.



A red self-retracting lanyard on a transparent white background.

Self-retracting Lanyard

Inspection of fall arrest self-retracting lifelines and lanyards.



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Full Body Harness

Inspection of full body harness.



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Full Body Harness with Belt

Inspection of full body harness with belts and extra d-rings.




Full Body Evacuation Harness

Inspection of full body evacuation/retrieval harness.



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Lifelines, Rope Grabs, misc.

Inspection of vertical rope lifelines, rope grabs, beam bar/clamps, roof anchors and more.



If the item you need inspected is not listed, please contact the office by phone or email.

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