Tool Box Talk Inspecting Your Safety Belt Mobile App
The Tool Box Talk Inspecting Your Safety Belt app opens up a dialog about the correct way to inspect a safety belt, making sure the buckle’s tongue overlaps the buckle frame, moves freely, and is not bent or worn down, looking for frayed, cracked, cut, burned, or otherwise damaged webbing, and checking to see whether D-rings are bent, cracked, nicked, or gouged.
How does it work?
It also states that the manufacturer’s label on the harness should be inspected. The manufacturer’s label will contain the following information - manufacturer or vendor identification, size of harness, the date the harness was manufactured and the model number. The form also includes a section to record the staff who attended the training including their signature and the company they work for. There is also a section for the manager's remarks about the training.