safety harness

French translation: harnais de sécurité (protection)

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English term or phrase:safety harness
French translation:harnais de sécurité (protection)
Entered by: JPaul ROSETO

15:06 May 12, 2018
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Tech/Engineering - Manufacturing / automobile
English term or phrase: safety harness
Escutcheon, at Safety Harness points
dans les autres phrases on parle aussi ailleurs de "harness" pour "faisceau". Est-ce que ici il s'agit de harnais de sécurité? merci je n'ai pas d'image
JPaul ROSETO
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harnais de sécurité (protection)
Explanation:
pour les sièges

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safety harness types
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harnais de sécurité (protection)


Explanation:
pour les sièges

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Note added at 7 minutes (2018-05-12 15:13:49 GMT)
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GILOU
France
Local time: 21:01
Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench
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agree  Johannes Gleim: (double) safety belt.
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Reference: safety harness types

Reference information:
A safety harness is a form of protective equipment designed to protect a person, animal, or object from injury or damage. The harness is an attachment between a stationary and non-stationary object and is usually fabricated from rope, cable or webbing and locking hardware.[1] Some safety harnesses are used in combination with a shock absorber, which is used to regulate deceleration when the end of the rope is reached. One example would be bungee jumping.
In North America, Safety Harness for protection against falls from heights in industrial and construction activities are covered by design performance standards issued by ANSI (American National Standards Institute) in the United States and by CSA (Canadian Standards Association) in Canada. Specifically, the standards issued are ANSI Z359.1 and CSA Z259.10.
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Listed below are different types of fall safety equipment and their recommended usage.
Class 1 Body belts (single or double D-ring) are designed to restrain a person in a hazardous work position to prevent fall or to arrest a fall completely within 3 foot of movement (OSHA). Amends must be made to keep the line rigid at all times. A harness should also be used.
Class 2 Chest harnesses are used when there are only limited fall hazards (no vertical free fall hazard), or for retrieving persons such as removal of persons from a tank or a bin.
Class 3 Full body harnesses are designed to arrest the most severe free falls.
Class 4 Suspension belts are independent work supports used to suspend a worker, such as boatswain's chairs or raising or lowering harnesses .
Safety harness types include:
• Seat belts.
• Child safety seats.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Safety_harness

A seat belt (also known as a seatbelt or safety belt) is a vehicle safety device designed to secure the occupant of a vehicle against harmful movement that may result during a collision or a sudden stop.
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A 3-point belt is a Y-shaped arrangement, similar to the separate lap and sash belts, but unitized.
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Five-point harnesses are typically found in child safety seats and in racing cars. The lap portion is connected to a belt between the legs and there are two shoulder belts, making a total of five points of attachment to the seat. A 4-point harness is similar, but without the strap between the legs, while a 6-point harness has two belts between the legs.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seat_belt#Three-point

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