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If you are at risk for falling three metres (10 feet) or more at your workplace, you should wear the appropriate fall protection equipment.
If fall protection is required, establish a complete fall protection program if one is not in place. The program should include educating and training workers, selecting and fitting the equipment for the task and the worker, and knowing how to inspect the equipment.
Note: CSA uses the term "body belts" instead of "safety belt" to avoid creating expectations that these belts could be used to arrest falls.
Basic care increases the life of the unit and contributes to its performance. Follow the manufacturer's instructions on how to care and clean the equipment. Steps may include:
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