safety harness

NOUN
  1. belt attaching you to some object as a restraint in order to prevent you from getting hurt
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How To Use safety harness In A Sentence

  • This meant climbing to the top of the 80 ft mast in a safety harness, with the yacht plunging in gusts of wind and a choppy sea, and holding on for dear life for five hours while she attached a spare halyard.
  • The young captain then undid her safety harness, stood up, and stretched.
  • The crew wore hard hats but no safety harnesses as they balanced on the flimsy narrow structure. The Sun
  • Maybe a safety harness for your pet isn't such a barking mad idea after all.
  • She fastened the safety harness tightly round her waist before starting the descent.
  • The safety harness buckles were done up and the harness unbroken - we discussed at the time that the body had disintegrated through the harness.
  • The man was dressed in a standard technician's coveralls and safety harness.
  • He was wearing a safety harness, but it was unlikely that he had clipped it to a hook inside the window frame, Bradford Coroner's Court heard.
  • The team works at over 27m in the air, and any misstep at these heights could injure or kill a worker, so a safety harness is a must.
  • We climbed into oilskins, life jackets and clip-on safety harnesses, and became fellow shipmates for the day-night crossing.
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