Workman Arc Flash Vest-Style Harness, BACK WEB Loop, Tongue Buckle Leg Straps, X-Large (XLG), Black



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Quality, comfort, and value come together in the Workman line of products. Workman Full Body Harnesses feature lightweight components and durable webbing. For corrosive environments, the Workman Stainless Steel Full Body Harness comes equipped with stainless steel hardware. Stainless steel components are resistant to harsh environments so they maintain durability when used in corrosive environments. Markets: Construction Applications: Working at Heights

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Workman Arc Flash Vest-Style Full Body Harness

MSA Workman Arc Flash Harness provides excellent arc flash protection in a sleek, black design that’s lightweight and comfortable. It’s the economical choice for workers needing protection for arc flash and fall arrest. The high- strength nylon is designed to maintain its integrity after exposure to an arc flash and in the event of a fall. The Workman Arc Flash Harness is a cost effective option for safety managers and contractors who need to be compliant to the latest electrical requirements without breaking the budget.

  • Durable nylon material won’t melt or drip in the event of an arc flash
  • Y-shaped D-locator pad keeps torso straps off of the user’s neck to prevent chafing
  • Comes in both vest-type and crossover styles allowing user preference
  • Velcro lanyard keepers for lanyard stowage when not in use
  • Arc Flash symbol for easy identification
  • ASTM F887 tested
  • Meets CSA Z259.11
  • OSHA 1910.269 & 1926 Subpart V compliant
  • Optional Features: Belay Loops for Rescue; Rubber Covers

Understanding Arc Flash

Arc flash - also known as arc fault or arc blast - is a dangerous release of energy created by an electrical fault. An arc flash is a phenomenon where a flashover of electric current leaves its intended path and travels through the air from one conductor to another, or to the ground. The results are often violent; serious injury and even death can occur as a result. Arc flash can be caused by:

  • Dust
  • Dropping tools
  • Accidental touching
  • Condensation
  • Material failure
  • Corrosion
  • Faulty Installation

Three factors determine the severity of an arc flash injury:

  • Proximity of the worker to the hazard
  • Temperature
  • Time for circuit to break

ASTM F887 Test requirements

The ASTM F887 standard outlines performance requirements of fall protection products for arc flash resistance. One requirement of the standard is that the webbing material must have a 7,000 lb tensile strength, which is higher than typical full body harness webbings found on the market. Additionally, the harness is put through an Electric

Arc Performance test that requires the product to self-extinguish within five seconds after being subjected to an arc flash and cannot melt or drip. Lastly, the harness is put through an ANSI Z359 drop test using a 282 lb test torso and must be able to meet the drop test requirements.

Arc Flash (AF) rated Products/span>

When working conditions exist where people are subjected to potential hazards of extreme heat generation that could produce an arc flash, it is critical, particularly when working at heights, to use fall protection systems that not only resist AF exposure, but can perform in a fall situation as well.

AF rated products are designed to resist heat from an electrical arc flash. AF designated products have been tested to the applicable standards to maintain the required level of strength and performance with the ability to resist heat. Always look for the Arc Flash symbol for easy identification.

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PN 10152634
Manufacturer MSA
Unit of Measure ea
Leg Buckles Tongue & Buckle/Gromet
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