shoulder harness


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shoulder harness

n.
A safety belt used with a seat belt in a vehicle and worn diagonally across the chest and over the shoulder. Also called shoulder belt.
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Fire Service Self Contained Breathing Apparatus as per the following and attached Minimum Specifications: Self Contained Breathing Apparatus 4500 psi system with 4500 psi 45 minute LP carbon cylinder with quick connect regulator hose, quick fill hose pouch, to have a secondary quick fill connector on the left shoulder harness, standard harness with chest strap, metal band cylinder holder, adjustable swiveling lumbar pad, solid cover regulator left shoulder, quick connect regulator hose, speaker module left chest, PASS device right shoulder, alkaline batteries, hycar facepiece with nose cup, rubber head harness, and cloth neck strap.
Accessory River island shoulder harness PS40, Union Square
The hand is operated through subtle movements of the shoulder and the upper arm by means of a shoulder harness.
In 1818, Peter Ballif, a Berlin dentist, first gave the upper extremity prosthesis prehension control with a shoulder harness and a chest strap.
Hazlett appeared in court Wednesday wearing a thick back brace attached to a shoulder harness over his jail clothing.
This means getting a sack with a outer spine along which you can slide the shoulder harness for the perfect balance.
First responders find them useful for cutting through synthetic material used in seat belts and shoulder harness.
This compact daypack has a special pocket for hydration bladders and shoulder harness tube holder, side waist belt pockets and lashing straps.
Officer Bisnette was trapped in the upside-down Ford Explorer, apparently still in his seat belt and shoulder harness, when Holden Police Officer Anthony Gribbons arrived at the crash.
Secure game with 10 grommets and an interlacing system, with an adjustable, blaze orange shoulder harness attached to the pulling sled.
Nothing beats flying at 3,000 feet above the ground and hanging upside down, looking at the ground, with the only thing between you and the ground being your shoulder harness and seat beat," she said.