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Safety Harnesses with Tool Bags

A safety harness may keep you safe, but what keeps your tools safe when you're working at a height? The best method is by using a tool bag. Many of the safety harnesses we stock here at SafetyLiftinGear include a Tool Bag section to ensure the safety of yourself and your equipment when working at a height.  

Serious damage can be caused by heavy tools falling from a height, so our Safety Harnesses with Tool Bags provide multiple equipment slots, loops, and storage to safely stow your tools. 

Here's a look at some of our best Safety Harnesses with Tool Bags.

Petzl Avao C71 Harness with Tool Bags

Petzl Avao Safety Harness with Tool Bag

This AVAO BOD safety harness with a tool bag has been made to provide greater comfort in all situations. The x-shaped construction wraps reduce pressure on the body, which is useful when spending long periods of time suspended. 

The tool bag allows those wearing the safety harness to store a variety of different equipment. Other loops and retainers are included to clip further equipment onto the safety harness. The strength of this safety harness means you no longer have to worry about dropping your tools from a height.

Petzl Avao Safety Harness with Tool Bag

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Petzl Volt Safety Harness with Tool Bag

Petzl Volt Safety Harness with Tool Bag

This particular safety harness with a tool bag brings with it a variety of different benefits. Firstly, an attached vest ensures the harness maintains its shape, and the fast release buckles mean the harness can easily be put on and taken off. 

It also comes with a useful tool bag included in the harness, which provides a good amount of equipment loops, slots, and a decent sized storage department.

Petzl Volt Safety Harness

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Petzl Newton EasyFit Hi-Vis Fall Arrest Safety Harness with Tool Bag

Hi-Viz and durable, this Fall Arrest Safety Harness with a Tool Bag will make any worker highly visible. This means whatever height you may be working at and however many tools you have, those around you will always be aware of your whereabouts. Completely fluorescent with reflective strips, this safety harness is ideal for working in conditions with bad visibility. 

Similar to the other harnesses, this high-vis fall arrest safety harness also contains a TOOLBAG tool pouch which allows easy organisation of work tools. These pouches are ideal for anyone who needs access to multiple tools when working at a height. 

Petzl Hi-Vis Fall Arrest Safety Harness

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To browse our full range of Safety Harnesses, just click here. If you decide to buy online, you can receive your safety harness with a tool bag at a discount price! Alternatively, if you'd like to contact us about anything, get in touch here. 


Working on roofs can be treacherous, which is exactly why you should make sure to take all the appropriate safety precautions. Working at height is always dangerous, and one way to help to prevent a fall is investing in a safety harness for roofing.

Whether you are working on roofs often and need to buy equipment or just need to rent a harness to get a job done, we have you covered. We have a diverse range of safety harnesses suitable to keep you safe while working on roofs.

To really ensure that you are properly protected while roofing, have a look at any of our Roofers Height Safety Kits. The harnesses featured in the kits have front and rear attachments to give the user a choice of attachment points. The ensures that you are properly secured when working up high. 

We offer three different kits depending on your requirements so that we should have something for you no matter what the job at hand involves. Browse through our range of roofing kits to make sure you have the one that best suits your needs.

Roofers Height Safety Kit

Roofers Height Safety Multi-Purpose Harness Kit

Roofers Height Safety Pro Kit

For more information on how to remain safe when working upon a roof, have a look at this guide from the HSE.

If you have any questions about our roofing kits or need any advice on any other equipment we offer, do not hesitate to get in touch. Call our friendly team on 0808 123 69 69.



Construction PPE

Construction sites can be a hazardous places. It's always best to make sure you are properly dressed for your working environment, so if you work in construction, you should invest in the right construction PPE for the job you're doing.

PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) is equipment worn to protect oneself from health and safety risks, such as those that might be present on a construction site.

We stock an extensive range of personal protective equipment here at SafetyLiftinGear. Here are some examples of what we can supply:

PPE Construction Headwear

Protective Headwear

On almost all construction sites, appropriate headwear must be worn to minimise the risk of injury (in compliance with the Personal Protective Equipment Regulations of 1992). There is a high likelihood of falling objects in construction environments, and by wearing the right PPE, you will be reducing your risk of a serious injury.

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PPE Construction Ear Protection

Ear Protection

When working in loud construction environments, ear defenders may be necessary to protect your ears from long-term damage. Loud bursts of noise can perforate the eardrum, and continuous loud noise can cause tinnitus (a continuous ringing or buzzing in the ears). The ear protectors that we stock at SafetyLiftinGear contain soft foam-filled cushions, which provide a seal against harmful noises.

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Construction PPE Eye Protection

Eye Protection

Construction sites can be dusty environments with a high risk of hazardous objects flying into workers' eyes. Protective PPE may be needed to protect the eyes from harm - debris in the eye can lead to scratches and infections, and in more severe cases, can lead to loss of sight. This is why eye protection is an essential part of construction PPE.

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We have plenty more PPE products available here at SafetyLiftinGear - browse our full PPE range here.


What Are The Different Types of PPE?

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is worn by workers to protect themselves from potential hazards in the workplace. Workplaces which require physical labour especially need the different types of PPE to protect their workers. PPE protects a variety of different body parts from harm, all the way from eye protection to breathing apparatus. But with so many different products you may be wondering what are the different types of PPE. 

So to help you out, we will be taking a look at what are the different types of PPE, what they do and why you need them. 

PPE Ear Defenders

PPE Ear Defenders

What it does:

PPE Ear Defenders protect your ears from the damaging effects of loud sounds.

Why you need them:

 When working in a loud environment, such as construction work or drilling, ear protection is necessary to protect the inner linings of your ears. Damage from loud noises can rupture the eardrum or damage the bones in the middle ear. Tinnitus (a ringing in the ears) can also be caused by exposure to loud noises for an extended period of time. To protect yourself from these types of long term damage, PPE Ear Defenders are a necessity. 

PPE Safety Goggles 

PPE Safety Googles

What it does:

PPE Safety Goggles protect your eyes from debris and chemicals that may be in your work environment.

Why you need them:

If you find yourself working in an area which has a lot of dust or particles in the air, safety goggles are the safest and most efficient way to complete your job. Safety Goggles are also necessary when working in an environment with chemicals. Chemical substances in the eye can lead to chemical eye burn, and in worst case circumstances, the loss of sight.  This damage is easily avoided with the use of PPE Safety Goggles. 

High Visibility PPE clothing

High Vis PPE Clothing

What it does:

High Vis PPE Clothing ensures you are as visible as possible to your colleagues, passers-by, and vehicles.

Why you need it:

High Vis PPE Clothing is necessary for those working in hazardous or poorly lit environments, such as a road or on construction sites. High Vis clothing typically has reflective bands sewn into them too, to increase the visibility during the day and night. When working on a road especially, High Vis PPE clothing will reflect the light from the car headlights and will make you clearly visible, preventing any road accidents. 

PPE Multi-Gas Detector 

PPE Gas Detectpr

What it does: 

PPE Multi-Gas Detectors display what type and what percentage of gas is in any environment.

Why you need it:

PPE Multi-Gas Detectors are vital to any type of confined space work or any construction work involving pipes. Not only can a high concentration of different types of gas be physically damaging, it can also be extremely flammable. This is why a PPE Multi-Gas Detector is important to keep on hand in any environment in which you are unsure of the gas levels. This particular PPE Multi-Gas Detector also comes with audible and visible alarms to ensure you are completely aware of your environment. 

PPE Emergency Escape Breathing Apparatus

PPE Emergency Breathing Apparatus

What it does: 

A PPE Emergency Escape Breathing Apparatus can provide you with air through the use of an inflatable air cushion and a half mask. This kit can supply you with air up to 10 minutes.

Why you need it:

If you find yourself in a dangerous environment without enough air, a PPE Emergency Escape Breathing Apparatus can provide you with those extra minutes you need to escape. This Breathing Apparatus will come in especially handy if you are working in confined areas or somewhere where there is a likelihood that you may get trapped. 

Okay so now you know what are the different types of PPE are, but is this still not what you're looking for? We have a range of different types of PPE here. If you have any further enquires, feel free to contact us or call us on 0808 123 69 69.  


The ultimate hazard of working at height is, of course, falling. You do not have to fall from a great height to injure yourself. The severity of your injury is determined by many factors including weight, age, how you land, and the surface you fall on.

When we hear the phrase ‘working at height’ it’s common to assume this refers to working on roofs or skyscrapers, but actually, the UK Health & Safety Executive defines it as "work carried out in any place where a person could fall a distance liable to cause personal injury".

If you or someone you employ is in ANY way capable of falling from a height and sustaining an injury, you must take the proper safety precautions. When trying to determine the risks of your workplace it may be necessary to do a height risk assessment. You can read more about this here: Working at Height Risk Assessment

Regardless of the height you work at, it’s important to remember that catastrophic injuries or even death can happen from falls of only a few feet. The hazards of working at height should not be underestimated, and it’s important to provide the proper equipment to ensure safety.



Common hazards of working at height

While falling is most likely the most common hazard of working at height, there are others to be aware of. These include:

  • Dropping/falling equipment - Falling equipment can be fatal. It is vital that the proper height safety equipment is used to stop workers from being able to drop objects like tools from height.

  • Insufficient PPE - If you or your workers are not wearing the required protective clothing, they are at risk of injury. Protective equipment such as hard hats can help to keep you or your employees safe.

  • Lack of/poor risk assessment - A thorough risk assessment will identify and analyse any potential hazards to best prepare workers in the event of an incident. Inadequate risk assessment put everyone involved at risk.

  • Inexperience - Mistakes happen, but knowingly allowing inexperienced members of staff to carry out tasks at height is extremely dangerous.


We provide various equipment to reduce the risk of falling such as safety harnesses, fall arrest blocks, and ladder safety kits. We also offer a working at height training course to ensure you know exactly how to keep yourself safe. 

Full Range of Height Safety Equipment 


If you have any further queries about how to keep you or anyone else safe from the hazards of working at height, feel free to get in touch. Our helpful team is more than happy to give you advice.


When working at heights, your safety harness is vitally important! It's the piece of equipment that will prevent you from falling from a height. A safety harness allows you to attach yourself to an immovable object, thus ensuring you will not hit the ground if you trip or fall from height. Falling from height is one of the main causes of injury in the workplace, and therefore, it's paramount that you're equipped with the correct equipment.

Safety harnesses reassures your safety when working in hazardous situations, and it will not only reduce the risk of an accident, but it will also allow you to work with both hands freely as the safety harness is attached to your body. There's no denying the importance of a safety harness, and we strongly recommend to anyone working in construction to wear one, as it could be life-saving.

Here at SafetyLiftinGear, we supply a huge selection of safety harnesses to ensure you remain safe when working at height. Even if you're looking for something more specific than your generic safety harness - such as a flame resistant harness or a Hi-vis harness - we're confident you'll find a harness that will suit your needs.

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If you're unsure on what type of safety equipment you require, please do not hesitate to call us on 0808 123 69 69 or email sales@safetliftingear.com - we'd be more than happy offer our expertise. 


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