Safety Harness Fall Arrest Lanyard G906

Terylene (Nylon) Webbing

Punched Stamping (forged) hardware

dorsal or waist attachment forged D-ring

(webbing loops on front)

(Comfort pad on shoulder strap)

Adjustable strap with iron buckles

(optional adjustable snowboard binding ratchet buckle)


Black/Red One Size

Match with Retractable Fall Arrestor Lanyard



This full body harness with breathable contoured back pad has quick release connectors making it very easy to put on. Features an extended D-Ring shoulder strap arrangement for easy dorsal fittings and two side D-rings.

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Fall arrest systems aim to avoid all circumstances where the risk of falling is a hazard by arresting the fall in a safe and controlled manner. This enables the user to perform their work at height without fear of serious injury. Careful consideration is given when setting up these systems to ensure adequate clearance for the user from the ground and to avoid any contact with obstacles in the event of a fall. Moreover, a rescue plan in the event of a fall arrest occurring, is included as part of the planning process since prolonged suspension at height can be dangerous.


Areas of use -

• Roof top work

• Powered access equipment

• Fall protection on vehicles

• Facilities management

• Telecom

• Utilities

• Industrial rope access

• Confined space

• Scaffolding

• Wind energy

• Tower crane erection and maintenance

• High bay pallet racking

• And many more

Fall Protection is put in place to prevent the risks associated with falling from heights, reducing impact force, restricting obstacle/ground collision and restricting users from fall hazard areas. G.T. offer a full range of fall protection products for working at height. 

When considering the application of fall protection it can be easier to break it down to its 3 main areas: anchorage points, full body harnesses, and connection devices, the ABC of fall protection.


Anchorage: As the name suggests, this is the point of the system that will hold the weight in the event of a fall, it can be permanent or temporary depending on the requirements of the situation but it must be able to take a load of at least 10 kN.

Connection: The connecting devices link your full body harness to its anchorage point. Lanyard and arrest blocks are the most common connecting devices.

Full Body Harness: The harness is designed to securely hold your whole body in the event of a fall when used as part of a fall arrest system.


EN 361:2002

Personal protective equipment against falls from a height. Full body harness.

This standard states that the harness has passed the free fall test involving a free fall drop with a 100kg weight in the harness to simulate a person. This shows how the harness will respond in a fall.


EN 358:2000

Personal protective equipment for work positioning and prevention of falls from a height. Belts for work positioning and restraint and work positioning. This standard confirms that the work positioning belt and lanyard have withstood a static force test for more than 3 minutes without releasing the load.



EN 354:2010

Personal protective equipment against falls from a height. Lanyards.

This standard indicates that the lanyard has withstood a free fall test without releasing the load or doing undue damage to it.


EN 355: 2002

Personal protective equipment against falls from a height. Energy absorbers.

This standard is for lanyards with shock absorbers. These are lanyards that are suitable for attachment to a full body harness and connection to an anchorage point. The shock absorber part of the lanyard reduces the shock caused in the event of a fall being arrested by slowing down the speed of the arrest.