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DX-201 Safety Harness-Full Boby Harness

Material:Alloy steel+Polyester webbing
Safety Factor:N/M
Standard: EN361,EN 362,EN 354,EN 355
Characteristic:Double colors simple easy to put on, economic price with stable quality
Package:Poly bag+carton box

DX-201 TWO Point-Safety Harness-Full Boby Harness with economic prices


Hangzhou Wristrong Industry Co.,Ltd started to produce Full body safety harness and its accessories
for 6 years ago, when our partner in Taiwan joined us to develop the high quality safety harness for
Taiwan and international market. All of our safety harnesses are produced 100% according to Europe
EN361:358 2002 and Taiwan CNS, 
as well as EN 354 Safety Lanyard, EN 355 Energy Absorber, EN 362

All of our webbing belts for safety harness are produced and quality checked by ourselves in house;
most of hardware are supplied from our
 Taiwan partner, which gurrantee the quality and


DX-201 One point Two colored Full Body Safety Harness Specification:


Webbing Material                    

1500D Polyester Yarn           

Webbing Width






Hardware Material

Heat Treated Alloy Steel

Load Capacity


Tensile Strength


Chest belts

Adjustable, by Pass-thru buckles , easy to handle

Dorsal belts

Fixed with one stamped alloy steel D-RING

Shoulder belts

Adjustable, by one alloy steel buckle attached on each side

Thigh belts

Adjustable, by one Pass-thru buckle on each side

Seat belts

pecial designed shape to make workers falling into sitting position , ease the Pressure on limbs

Waist Belts


Waist Strap Buckles



Construction, confined space, electrician height tower working




Double colors simple easy to put on, economic price with stable quality

Specified Photos for the DX-201 One Point Full body safety harness


Different Models of Full Body Safety Harness and safety belts available 

Lanyards and Energy absorbers avaialbe for full body safety harness


Will Your Safety Harness Kill You?  

Workers and emergency response personnel must be trained to recognize the risks of suspension trauma. - By Bill Weems and Phil Bishop  
I was surprisingly comfortable with my legs dangling relaxed beneath me, and my arms  outstretched in a posture that must have resembled a crucifixion.  I had no feeling of   stress and mused as to why this was considered dangerous.  I felt I could stay in this  position for a lon g time.  Three minutes later, maybe less, I wondered why I suddenly felt so hot.  The next thing I knew, they were reviving me from unconsciousness.  I had just experienced what could be deadly for your workers who use safety harnesses.

Fortunately for me, my suspension trauma occurred in the safe environment of the  research ward of University of Texas Medical Branch Hospital at Galveston, Texas. where I was the first subject in a NASA experiment studying orthostatic intolerance in  astronauts.  

Your workers won’t be so lucky. Wide ranges of situations require safety harnesses of various types.  Workers requiring fall protection, workers entering many confined spaces, mountain climbers, deer hunters  in elevated stands, and cave explorers all try to protect themselves through the use of  safety harnesses, belts, and seats. What is little known however is that these harnesses  /can also kill. Harnesses can become deadly whenever a worker is suspended for durations over five minutes in an  upright posture, with the legs relaxed straight beneath  the body.  This can occur in many different situations in industry.  

A carpenter working alone is caught in   mid-fall by his safety harness, only to die 15 minutes  later from suspension trauma.  An electrical worker is lowered into a shaft after testing  for toxic gases.  He is lowered on a cable and is positioned at the right level to repair a  junction box.  After five minutes he is unconscious--but his buddies tending the line don’t realize it, and 15 minutes later a dead body is hauled out.  

The cause of this problem is called “suspension trauma.”  Fall protection researchers have  recognized this phenomenon for decades.  Despite this, data have not been collected on  the extent of the problem; most users of fall protection equipment, rescue personnel, and safety and health professionals remain unaware of the hazard. Suspension Trauma  Suspension trauma death is caused by orthostatic incompetence (also called orthostatic   intolerance).  

Orthostatic incompetence can occur any time a person is required to stand quietly for prolonged periods and may be worsened by heat and dehydration.  It is most commonly encountered in military parades where soldiers must stand at attention for  prolonged periods.  

Supervisors can prevent it by training soldiers to keep their knees slightly bent so the leg muscles are engaged in maintaining posture. What happens in orthostatic incompetence is that the legs are immobile with a worker in an upright posture.  

Gravity pulls blood into the lower legs, which have a very large storage capacity.  Enough blood eventually accumulates so that return blood flow to the . right chamber of the heart is reduced.  The heart can only pump the blood available, so  the heart’s output begins to fall.