When it comes to climbing or working at height, you need a safety harness that’s both reliable and comfortable. Especially if you’re spending longer periods of time at height, you’ll want to be as comfortable as possible.

To help you choose a safety harness, we’ve compiled this list of trustworthy, durable harnesses that don’t compromise on comfort.


 how far can you fall without getting hurt

Working at height comes with an increased risk of injury. This begs the question, is there a minimum height from which a worker can fall without injury?


man working at height

Working at height is one of the leading causes of on-the-job injuries and fatalities. Despite this, working at height is a common requirement in the construction industry, and in many cases, it’s a risk that cannot be avoided.

Because the risk is so great – even if you’re not that far off the ground – there are lots of rules and guidelines in place to help workers stay safe while operating at height. In this blog post, you’ll find some key safety tips to help you feel more confident when you’re working on a rooftop, ladder, or elevated work platform.


If you’re working at height, you may benefit from using a safety harness kit. Whatever your task is, we’ve got the kit for you.

But what’s in a safety harness kit? Read on to find out more.



workers training to work at height

If you work at height, whether it be once a year or multiple times a month, you have a duty to partake or provide work at height training. This is a legal duty under The Health and Safety at Work Act of 1974. It is essential that anyone who works from height is 'competent' in doing so.

Read on to find out more about work at height training and why it's important for the health and safety of yourself and your peers when working at height!