For your safety, it is important to follow general safety guidelines as well as recommendations on how to properly clean and disinfect Honeywell Miller Fall Protection equipment.
General Harness Safety Guidelines
Warnings: You should always read all instructions and warnings.
Inspection: All fall protection equipment should be inspected before each use.
Training: All workers must be trained by a competent person.
Regulations: All federal, state, and local regulations related to fall protection must be understood before selecting and using a harness.
Rescue Planning: Minimize the time between the occurrence of a fall and medical attention with a rescue plan.
After a fall: After a fall, all components of the fall arrest system must be removed from service.
Work with a security professional: Contact your Honeywell Miller security professional if you have any questions.
Cleaning Procedures for Honeywell Miller Brand Straps, Harnesses, and Slings
To clean Honeywell Miller fabric belts, harnesses, and webbing, we recommend using a damp sponge or cloth along with a mild, non-chlorine-free detergent.
To wash Honeywell Miller fabric belts, harnesses, and webbing, we recommend using a damp sponge or cloth along with a mild , non-chlorine-free detergent.
- Place products to be cleaned in mesh laundry bags to reduce the chances of abrasion, snags, and tangles that could damage seams or labels.
- Wash with cold or warm water not exceeding 135ºF.
- Use a mild soap or detergent that does not include bleach .
- Wash on regular wash and rinse cycle.
- Remove items from mesh bags and hang them outdoors, keeping them out of excessive heat, steam, or long periods of direct sunlight. Do not machine dry!
Inspect products before using them again. Please see our Product Inspection Guide for reference.
Note: Machine washing may cause fading and softening of the straps and may reduce the life of the product. Be sure to thoroughly inspect washed products before use.
We do not recommend that workers share Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). It is recommended that each employee receive their own PPE kit. Protective equipment should be inspected before each use.