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1032354, Miller By Honeywell

1032354, Miller By Honeywell

Miller Kernmantel Forked Restraint Lanyard Miller kernmantel forked restraint lanyard complete with one aluminium twist lock karabiner and two GO60 aluminium scaffold hooks. The kernmantel is a new design and made with a light green rope with black stripes. The colours making the rope visible from a distance plus increasing the safety at work. The stitches in the rope are also highly visible which ensures a safety check before use. Restraint lanyards restrict a workers movement which prevents reaching areas where a fall hazard exists. The rope used in this kernmantel is two times more abrasion resistant than standard ropes. FEATURES and BENEFITS: Forked restraint lanyard 1 Aluminium twist lock karabiner 2 GO60 aluminium scaffold hooks Light green rope with black stripes Highly visible stitches 2 times more abrasion resistance Restricts movement 1 m long Weight 0.799 kg Breaking strength 22 KN TWIN LOCK KARABINER: Connector – Aluminium Connector opening – 18 mm Connector breaking strength – 23 KN GO60 SCAFF HOOKS: Connector – Aluminium Connector opening – 60 mm Connector breaking strength – 23 KN APPLICATIONS: Building Construction Utilities Standards EN 632, EN 354, EN 358 The Work at Height Regulations 2005 The Work at Height Regulations 2005, which came into affect in April 2005, apply to all work at height where there is a risk of a fall liable to cause personal injury. The creation of this one, comprehensive set of legal requirements for any work at height is intended to further serve the underlying principle that regulations should provide goal-setting objectives for management rather than prescriptive codes of practice, which can create unnecessary problems. They effectively remove the old 'two-metre rule' division between low and high fal...
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1011897, Miller By Honeywell

1011897, Miller By Honeywell

Titan Restraint Kit Restraint Kit with a 1 point Titan harness (dorsal D ring, with fast release buckles and adjustable leg straps), a 2m restraint lanyard and 2 karabiners. Suitable for roof maintenance. Easy to use, the kit contains all the essentials for Restraint.,1 point Titan Harness: blue with black line webbing, made from polyamide. Width: 45mm.,Dorsal D Ring: made from stainless steel.,Fast Release Buckles: made from galvanised steel. Weight: 0.500kg, breaking strength: >15daN.,2m Restraint Lanyard: made from 12mm polyamide rope.,Karabiners: made from stainless steel. Opening: 18mm, breaking strength: 2500daN. Standards Harness: EN 361, Lanyard: EN 354, Karabiners: EN 362. The Work at Height Regulations 2005 The Work at Height Regulations 2005, which came into affect in April 2005, apply to all work at height where there is a risk of a fall liable to cause personal injury. The creation of this one, comprehensive set of legal requirements for any work at height is intended to further serve the underlying principle that regulations should provide goal-setting objectives for management rather than prescriptive codes of practice, which can create unnecessary problems. They effectively remove the old 'two-metre rule' division between low and high falls of which there are more reported cases of major injuries resulting from 'low' falls than 'high'. Essential Requirements all work at height, including emergencies and rescue is properly planned and organised; all work at height takes account of weather conditions that could endanger health and safety; those involved in work at height are trained and competent; the risks from work at height are assessed (using the Risk Management Hierarchy) and appropriate work equipment is selected and used; the risks from fragile surfaces, falling objects and dangerous areas are properly controlled;...
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1031453, Miller By Honeywell

1031453, Miller By Honeywell

PSS Restraint Titan Rope Lanyard 1 m MOB.PLATF PSS PA 3 Titan restraint rope lanyard is 1 m long and comes equipped with 1 screwgate karabiner. ROPE: 3 Strand polyamide rope Breaking strength 2200 daN CS20 CONNECTOR: Steel Opening 17 mm Weight 0.165 kg Dimensions 104 x 58 mm SCAFF HOOK CONNECTOR: Steel Opening 50 mm Weight 0.165 kg Dimensions 218 x 115 mm Temperature range -30°C to +50°C Standards EN 354 The Work at Height Regulations 2005 The Work at Height Regulations 2005, which came into affect in April 2005, apply to all work at height where there is a risk of a fall liable to cause personal injury. The creation of this one, comprehensive set of legal requirements for any work at height is intended to further serve the underlying principle that regulations should provide goal-setting objectives for management rather than prescriptive codes of practice, which can create unnecessary problems. They effectively remove the old 'two-metre rule' division between low and high falls of which there are more reported cases of major injuries resulting from 'low' falls than 'high'. Essential Requirements all work at height, including emergencies and rescue is properly planned and organised; all work at height takes account of weather conditions that could endanger health and safety; those involved in work at height are trained and competent; the risks from work at height are assessed (using the Risk Management Hierarchy) and appropriate work equipment is selected and used; the risks from fragile surfaces, falling objects and dangerous areas are properly controlled; equipment for work at height is properly inspected and maintained; places of work at height are inspected and checked on each occasion before use Duty holders mu...
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1031451, Miller By Honeywell

1031451, Miller By Honeywell

PSS Restraint Lanyard WK Position 2 m PSS WK Position 2 m restraint lanyard is a 12 mm rope adjustable lanyard with 2 alloy karabiner with a 20 mm opening. ROPE: ROPE: 100% polyamide 12 mm diameter Breaking strength 2200 daN TWIST LOCK KARABINERS: Alloy Opening 20 mm Dimensions – 123 x 70 mm Breaking strength 2200 daN Weight 0.45 kg Standards EN 358 The Work at Height Regulations 2005 The Work at Height Regulations 2005, which came into affect in April 2005, apply to all work at height where there is a risk of a fall liable to cause personal injury. The creation of this one, comprehensive set of legal requirements for any work at height is intended to further serve the underlying principle that regulations should provide goal-setting objectives for management rather than prescriptive codes of practice, which can create unnecessary problems. They effectively remove the old 'two-metre rule' division between low and high falls of which there are more reported cases of major injuries resulting from 'low' falls than 'high'. Essential Requirements all work at height, including emergencies and rescue is properly planned and organised; all work at height takes account of weather conditions that could endanger health and safety; those involved in work at height are trained and competent; the risks from work at height are assessed (using the Risk Management Hierarchy) and appropriate work equipment is selected and used; the risks from fragile surfaces, falling objects and dangerous areas are properly controlled; equipment for work at height is properly inspected and maintained; places of work at height are inspected and checked on each occasion before use Duty holders must ensure: Schedules existing places of work and means o...
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1031440, Miller By Honeywell

1031440, Miller By Honeywell

PSS 2 Point Titan Harness PSS 2 point Titan harness is a perfect for all as it is a one size harness. The 2 point harness is complete with a dorsal D-ring and frontal webbing loops including fast release buckles and adjustable leg straps. FEATURES and BENEFITS: One size fits all Blue with black line webbing Polyester webbing 45 mm Dorsal D-ring made from stainless steel Includes fast release buckles made from galvanised steel Weight 0.5 kg Temperature range -30°C to +50°C Static test 15 KN Standards EN 361 The Work at Height Regulations 2005 The Work at Height Regulations 2005, which came into affect in April 2005, apply to all work at height where there is a risk of a fall liable to cause personal injury. The creation of this one, comprehensive set of legal requirements for any work at height is intended to further serve the underlying principle that regulations should provide goal-setting objectives for management rather than prescriptive codes of practice, which can create unnecessary problems. They effectively remove the old 'two-metre rule' division between low and high falls of which there are more reported cases of major injuries resulting from 'low' falls than 'high'. Essential Requirements all work at height, including emergencies and rescue is properly planned and organised; all work at height takes account of weather conditions that could endanger health and safety; those involved in work at height are trained and competent; the risks from work at height are assessed (using the Risk Management Hierarchy) and appropriate work equipment is selected and used; the risks from fragile surfaces, falling objects and dangerous areas are properly controlled; equipment for work at height is properly inspected and maintained; places of work at height are inspected and checked on each occasion before use ...
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1031460, Miller By Honeywell

1031460, Miller By Honeywell

PSS Titan Web Anchorage Sling PAM080 PSS Titan web anchorage sling (PAM080) made from polyamide orange and black webbing. The sling is 25 mm wide and has a breaking strength of 22 KN. FEATURES and BENEFITS: Anchorage sling PAM080 Polyamide webbing Width 25 mm Weight 0.08 kg Breaking strength 22 KN Standards EN 795, EN 566 The Work at Height Regulations 2005 The Work at Height Regulations 2005, which came into affect in April 2005, apply to all work at height where there is a risk of a fall liable to cause personal injury. The creation of this one, comprehensive set of legal requirements for any work at height is intended to further serve the underlying principle that regulations should provide goal-setting objectives for management rather than prescriptive codes of practice, which can create unnecessary problems. They effectively remove the old 'two-metre rule' division between low and high falls of which there are more reported cases of major injuries resulting from 'low' falls than 'high'. Essential Requirements all work at height, including emergencies and rescue is properly planned and organised; all work at height takes account of weather conditions that could endanger health and safety; those involved in work at height are trained and competent; the risks from work at height are assessed (using the Risk Management Hierarchy) and appropriate work equipment is selected and used; the risks from fragile surfaces, falling objects and dangerous areas are properly controlled; equipment for work at height is properly inspected and maintained; places of work at height are inspected and checked on each occasion before use Duty holders must ensure: Schedules existing places of work and means of access for work at height collective fall prevention (e.g. guard-rails, toe boards and w...
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1031447, Miller By Honeywell

1031447, Miller By Honeywell

PSS Falcon 10 m Cable Galva Self Retracting Lifeline PSS Falcon 10 m cable self-retracting lifeline is one of the safest and robust retractable lifelines. ECO range is supplied with a karabiner at the top plus is equipped with a swivel snap hook. The snap hook has a fall indicator at the bottom of the cable and a steel spring. FEATURES and BENEFITS: 10 M Galva Galvanised wire rope Housing of high impact nylon Hub is heat treated aluminium Braking mechanism is stainless steel and bronze Dimensions: 255 x 213 x 101 mm Weight 4.05 kg Cable lifeline – 4.5 mm diameter galvanised Cable supplied with a double ferrule Zinc plated steel, double locking snap hook Swivel snap hook with 22 mm opening Standards EN 360 The Work at Height Regulations 2005 The Work at Height Regulations 2005, which came into affect in April 2005, apply to all work at height where there is a risk of a fall liable to cause personal injury. The creation of this one, comprehensive set of legal requirements for any work at height is intended to further serve the underlying principle that regulations should provide goal-setting objectives for management rather than prescriptive codes of practice, which can create unnecessary problems. They effectively remove the old 'two-metre rule' division between low and high falls of which there are more reported cases of major injuries resulting from 'low' falls than 'high'. Essential Requirements all work at height, including emergencies and rescue is properly planned and organised; all work at height takes account of weather conditions that could endanger health and safety; those involved in work at height are trained and competent; the risks from work at height are assessed (using the Risk Management Hierarchy) and appropriate work equipment is selected and used; the risks from fragile surfaces, falling...
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1031433, Miller By Honeywell

1031433, Miller By Honeywell

PSS Titan Scaffolding Kit The Titan scaffolding kit is a complete kit which provides the protection needed when working on scaffolding. The kit consists of a 1 point Titan harness with a dorsal D-ring and Titan 2 m shock absorbing lanyard. HARNESS : Blue with black line webbing Polyester webbing 45 mm Dorsal D-ring made from stainless steel Fast release buckles made from galvanised steel Static test 15 KN Standard EN 361 SHOCK ABSORBING LANYARD 2 m: Made from polyester Width 30 mm SHOCK ABSORBER / SCAFF HOOK: SHOCK ABSORBER: Made from polyamide 34 mm wide SCAFF HOOK: Made from steel Opening off 63 mm KARABINERS: Made from galvanised steel Opening of 18 mm Breaking strength 15 KN Standards EN 355 Standards EN 361, EN 355 The Work at Height Regulations 2005 The Work at Height Regulations 2005, which came into affect in April 2005, apply to all work at height where there is a risk of a fall liable to cause personal injury. The creation of this one, comprehensive set of legal requirements for any work at height is intended to further serve the underlying principle that regulations should provide goal-setting objectives for management rather than prescriptive codes of practice, which can create unnecessary problems. They effectively remove the old 'two-metre rule' division between low and high falls of which there are more reported cases of major injuries resulting from 'low' falls than 'high'. Essential Requirements all work at height, including emergencies and rescue is properly planned and organised; all work at height takes account of weather conditions that could endanger health and safety; those involved in work at height are trained and competent; the risks from work at height are assessed (using the Risk Management Hierarchy) and appropri...
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1031446, Miller By Honeywell

1031446, Miller By Honeywell

PSS Turbolite 2M Web Self Retracting Webbing Lifeline PSS Turbo-lite 2 m self-retracting webbing lifeline is an alternative to shock absorbing lanyards used in fall factor 2. The life line is excellent for use in all situations when working with low space clearance plus can be used on both ways around. FEATURES and BENEFITS: Housing impact resistant nylon Stainless steel breaking system Vectram webbing – 25.4 x 1.5 mm SRL length – 2 m Steel twist lock karabiner opening 18 mm Aluminium scaff hook opening 65 mm Shock absorber when fully deployed –max length 60 cm Maximum rated load 136 kg (use in up anchorage point) 100 kg (use in down level) Temperature range -30°C to +50°C Standards EN 360 The Work at Height Regulations 2005 The Work at Height Regulations 2005, which came into affect in April 2005, apply to all work at height where there is a risk of a fall liable to cause personal injury. The creation of this one, comprehensive set of legal requirements for any work at height is intended to further serve the underlying principle that regulations should provide goal-setting objectives for management rather than prescriptive codes of practice, which can create unnecessary problems. They effectively remove the old 'two-metre rule' division between low and high falls of which there are more reported cases of major injuries resulting from 'low' falls than 'high'. Essential Requirements all work at height, including emergencies and rescue is properly planned and organised; all work at height takes account of weather conditions that could endanger health and safety; those involved in work at height are trained and competent; the risks from work at height are assessed (using the Risk Management Hierarchy) and appropriate work equipment is selected and used; the risks from fragile surfaces, falling objects and dangerous areas are properly contro...
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1031452, Miller By Honeywell

1031452, Miller By Honeywell

PSS Web Shock Lanyard PSS web shock ABS 2 m scaffolding lanyard. The lanyard is complete with a shock absorber, scaff hook and karabiner. LANYARD: Polyester Width 30 mm SHOCK ABSORBER: Polyamide Width 34 mm SCAFF HOOK: Steel Opening 63 mm KARABINER: Galvanised steel Opening 18 mm Breaking strength 15 KN Weight 0.95 kg Standards EN 355 The Work at Height Regulations 2005 The Work at Height Regulations 2005, which came into affect in April 2005, apply to all work at height where there is a risk of a fall liable to cause personal injury. The creation of this one, comprehensive set of legal requirements for any work at height is intended to further serve the underlying principle that regulations should provide goal-setting objectives for management rather than prescriptive codes of practice, which can create unnecessary problems. They effectively remove the old 'two-metre rule' division between low and high falls of which there are more reported cases of major injuries resulting from 'low' falls than 'high'. Essential Requirements all work at height, including emergencies and rescue is properly planned and organised; all work at height takes account of weather conditions that could endanger health and safety; those involved in work at height are trained and competent; the risks from work at height are assessed (using the Risk Management Hierarchy) and appropriate work equipment is selected and used; the risks from fragile surfaces, falling objects and dangerous areas are properly controlled; equipment for work at height is properly inspected and maintained; places of work at height are inspected and checked on each occasion before use ...
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1031456, Miller By Honeywell

1031456, Miller By Honeywell

PSS Web Mobile Lifeline The Web mobile lifeline is a valuable piece of fall arrest equipment providing you with a 20 m horizontal adjustable lifeline. The lifeline is supplied in a bag complete with two slings. WEBBING HORIZONTAL LIFELINE: Adjustable from 5 m to 20 m Breaking strength 20 KN Maximum deflection 2 m EN 795 class b Weight 5.54 kg Temperature range of minus 30°C to plus 50°C Supplied in a bag WEBBING: Polyester 35 mm Breaking strength 4500 daN WEBBING ADJUSTER: Biochromate steel adjuster Breaking strength 1500 daN TEXTILE SLING: Orange and black webbing Made from polyamide Width 25 mm EN 795 / EN 566 Standards EN 795 class b, EN 795 / EN 566 The Work at Height Regulations 2005 The Work at Height Regulations 2005, which came into affect in April 2005, apply to all work at height where there is a risk of a fall liable to cause personal injury. The creation of this one, comprehensive set of legal requirements for any work at height is intended to further serve the underlying principle that regulations should provide goal-setting objectives for management rather than prescriptive codes of practice, which can create unnecessary problems. They effectively remove the old 'two-metre rule' division between low and high falls of which there are more reported cases of major injuries resulting from 'low' falls than 'high'. Essential Requirements all work at height, including emergencies and rescue is properly planned and organised; all work at height takes account of weather conditions that could endanger health and safety; those involved in work at height are trained and competent; the risks from work at height are assessed (using the Risk Management Hierarchy) and appropriate work equipment is selected and used;...
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1032918, Miller By Honeywell

1032918, Miller By Honeywell

Miller H Design Hi-Vis Vest Harness Miller H-Design Hi-Vis vest and harness have been designed to use with the H-Design harness which ensures that you are visible from a distance. The vest is complete with DuraFlex 2 point harness and automatic loops. The harness has stretch webbing, 2 loops, auto buckles and the size 2 yellow high visibility vest. HARNESS: H Design DuraFlex 2 point harness Stretch Webbing Front and rear anchorage points Quick buckles – Chest and leg straps size 2 – Aluminium breaking strength 900 daN 2 webbing loops Shoulder straps – breaking strength 2200 daN Other straps – standard webbing breaking strength 2700 daN D ring – Steel finish, Zinc plated breaking strength 2300 daN Sternal anchorage point Long loops Water repellent Anti-stain HI-VIS VEST Hi-Vis Side zippers Double cursers Inner zippers Removable Fits any body shape Adjusts to all weather clothing Easy to fix to the harness 2 Large slits allow height adjustment of sternal anchor point and chest straps 1 Back slit with hook and loop fastening to sustain D ring The Work at Height Regulations 2005 The Work at Height Regulations 2005, which came into affect in April 2005, apply to all work at height where there is a risk of a fall liable to cause personal injury. The creation of this one, comprehensive set of legal requirements for any work at height is intended to further serve the underlying principle that regulations should provide goal-setting objectives for management rather than prescriptive codes of practice, which can create unnecessary problems. They effectively remove the old 'two-metre rule' division between low and high falls of which there are more reported cases of major injuries resulting from 'low' falls than 'high'. Essential Requirements all work at height, including emergencies and rescue is properly planned and ...