Bill Turner wrote:
> When I first asked myself this question, I thought the answer was "it
> probably doesn't matter", but after a while I wasn't so sure. Perhaps
> you can help. Here it is:
> I use a full body harness when climbing, and also I wear a lineman's
> belt. The belt is the kind with two D-rings on each side for a
> positioning lanyard. The body harness has a single D-ring in the back
> for a double-lanyard fall arrestor.
> My question is, which should go on first? In other words, is the
> lineman's belt worn on top of the body harness or underneath it? As
> long as there is no emergency, it probably does not matter, but what
> if there is? Is there a best practice, and why?
> If this has been discussed before, please forgive me but I don't
> recall it. All comments welcome.
> Bill W6WRT
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Put the belt on first then the harness. I don't have that issue because
my harness and belt are integrated. and four D rings
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