Ridgegear Work Positioning and Restraint Belts

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Ridgegear Work Positioning and Restraint Belts

Rear point work positioning fitted with only one dee ring attached mounted at the rear. The RGB1 is a work positioning/restraint belt. This belt is fitted with two side mounted dee rings for ease of attachment and the back pad provides some lumber support. The RGB1 is normally used in conjunction with an RGL5 restraint lanyard, or a rope and grab system. Traditionally this item has been used by loading crews at docks, on ships, and container handling areas. However it has more recently been used to access and perform roof maintenance, where the restraint system prevents the user from stepping over an exposed edge and there is no other fall hazard. It is important that a client understands the differnce between fall arrest and restraint before using this item. Specifications. Accredited to: EN 358. Material: 45mm water repellent polyester. Fittings: High tensile alloy steel. Weight: 0.62 kg. Features: 2 x side dees, padded back support. Max arrest force: Restraint only.
Restraint belt fitted with two side mounted dee rings for ease of attachment. The RGB1 is a work positioning/restraint belt. This belt is fitted with two side mounted dee rings for ease of attachment and the back pad provides some lumber support. The RGB1 is normally used in conjunction with an RGL5 restraint lanyard, or a rope and grab system. Traditionally this item has been used by loading crews at docks, on ships, and container handling areas. However it has more recently been used to access and perform roof maintenance, where the restraint system prevents the user from stepping over an exposed edge and there is no other fall hazard. It is important that a client understands the differnce between fall arrest and restraint before using this item. Specifications. Accredited to: EN 358. Material: 45mm water repellent polyester. Fittings: High tensile alloy steel. Weight: 0.62 kg. Features: 2 x side dees, padded back support. Max arrest force: Restraint only.
Work positioning kit with 4 attachment restraint loops The RGBE-TA is similar to the RGBE but has the added advantage of 4 attachment restraint loops. The belt is supplied with a padded back support. The RGBE-TA is a work positioning / restraint belt,. As with the RGB1&2, the RGBE-TA is normally used in conjunction with an RGL5 restraint lanyard, or a rope and grab system. Specification - Accredited to: EN258. Material: 45mm water repellent polyester. Fittings: High tensile alloy steel. Weight: 0.84. Features: 4 attachment restraint loops, padded back support. Max arrest force: Restraint only.
Restraint belt with alternative buckle and gear loops fitted

Ridgegear Work Positioning Belt with Gear Loops is fitted with two side mounted D rings for ease of attachment and the back pad provides some lumber support and comfort, especially when tools are hung from the belt loops. The RGB2 is normally used in conjunction with an RGL5 restraint lanyard, or a rope and grab system. The uses for this restraint belt are similar to the RGB1, however to prevent the user from dropping tools from height, all tools can be secured to the gear loops by a cord lanyard and also clipped to the belt when not in use.

Work positioning Belt with an integral adjustable work positioning Lanyard (Pole Strap). The RGB180BT is a work positioning belt. This belt is fitted with an integral work positioning strap that can be passed around a pole or similar structure and clipped back onto the remaining side D ring. The Work Positioning strap is fully adjustable and is fitted with an anti abrasion wear pad and double action safety snap hook. The back pad provides lumber support. It is important that a client understands the difference between fall arrest and work positioning/restraint using this item. Specification - Accredited to: EN 358. Material: 45mm water repellent polyester. Fittings: High tensile alloy steel. Weight: 1.15 kg. Features: Work positioning strap. 1 x side Dee, padded back support. Max arrest force: Work positioning only. It is important that a client understands the difference between fall arrest and restraint before using this item.

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