Definition of Safety harness
1. Noun. Belt attaching you to some object as a restraint in order to prevent you from getting hurt.
Generic synonyms: Belt, Constraint, Restraint
Specialized synonyms: Seat Belt, Seatbelt
Lexicographical Neighbors of Safety Harness
Literary usage of Safety harness
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The U. S. Coal Industry, 1970-1990: Two Decades of Change (1994)
"The diver should have sufficient hose and cable length between the safety harness attachment point and the mask (or helmet) to allow unrestricted head and ..."
2. The New York Coach-maker's Magazine by Ezra M. Stratton, George Washington Wright Houghton (1860)
"... safety harness.—Squire Sponge-em-well, whose duties to his clients have deprived him of all opportunity for patient investigation of the mechanical ..."
3. Management and Breeding of Horses by Merritt Wesley Harper (1913)
"... DOUBLE-safety harness AND GUY LINE from right to left, then down through the loop and to the mouth, passing it through the mouth, back under the lower ..."
4. Worker Deaths in Confined Spaces: A Summary of Surveillance Findings and edited by Thomas R. Bender (1996)
"The employee performed this duty without a co-worker or a safety harness. The event was not witnessed. ... Using a safety harness and rope around the ..."
5. Costa Rica by Bruce Conord, June Conord (2006)
"Participants are strapped into a safety harness and proceed to zip along steel wires stretched between tall trees. The best part for us was climbing to a ..."
6. Adventure Guide Costa Rica by Bruce Conord, June Conord (2005)
"Participants are strapped into a safety harness and proceed to zip along steel wires stretched between tall trees. We've been on several canopy tours in ..."
7. Barrier Reef Espionage: A Peter Kent Story by John Gunn (2006)
"... the clasp of his parachute straps, he explained it to Allen. "Allen, don't do any violent manoeuvres. I've taken off my safety harness. . . ." "What! ..."