Miller Suspension Trauma Relief Step Harness Safety Device PAIR 9099/1
Suspension trauma is a serious condition that can affect a fallen worker when main arteries are pinched off by harness leg straps. The trauma straps provide a way for the worker to take pressure off the harness straps by putting a foot into each strap and extending the legs.
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|Brand||Miller Fall Protection|
For the suspension trauma arrestor, can a scaffold erector be only using one trauma set instead of 2 for work activity at heights?
The suspension trauma straps are designed to be used as a pair. One on each hip, and deployed to the opposite foot. However, the wording on the Miller site is somewhat ambiguous. Here's what they say: Utilizing two (2) Relief Steps (one for each leg/foot) assures greater comfort until rescue is completed.