Honeywell has launched its Miller H‑Design harness, specifically designed for construction and general industry applications. Developed following extensive customer research and rigorous field testing to address the challenges associated with putting on traditional harnesses, the H-Design makes adjusting straps and buckles faster, while also offering greater freedom of movement. As a result, workers using the harness can subsequently focus better on the job in hand, leading to an improvement in productivity.
Available with or without DuraFlex® stretch webbing at the shoulders for additional comfort, the Miller H-Design has special features that make this harness up to three times faster to put on than traditional harnesses. These features include easy to access buckles that offer the ability to make intuitive adjustments by pulling from the top, down (vs. traditional harness buckles that require pulling from the bottom, up); as well as a chest strap that can be adjusted for a more comfortable fit.
Customers can choose from two easy-to-access front anchor point options: two large, thin webbing loops, or a patented sternal D-ring that helps center workers in the event of a fall to prevent them from tilting sideways. The back D-ring of the H-Design is positioned at an angle to make it easy to reach and connect to.
The highly visible stitching and fall indicators positioned on front web loops and back plate make inspection of the H‑Design simple for safety managers and workers. The harness also comes with protected traceability labels to support inspection records. Water-repellent and stain free webbing help make the H-Design durable, reducing total cost of ownership. The harness also meets the requirements of EN 361:2002 and is certified for use up to 140 kg.