ERGO iPlus harnesses are our premium range of products and showcase some of our latest technology. Starting with the revolutionary, patented iWeb™, inspection-ready webbing which gives, for the first time, an objective inspection criteria for cuts and abrasion. Additionally, after many years of research we have arrived at our premium padding offer which, in the case of our ergonomically  supportive waist belts, delivers on the ventilation performance so many have promised but failed to deliver. Comfortable enough to wear all day long these reliable harnesses are certified to AS/NZS 1891.1 and supported by a NATA accredited compliance and batch testing regime.

Features and Benefits:

  1. Optimised positioning of front connection
    Lower position keeps connectors out of your face in front attachment applications.
  2. Tighter, smaller diameter confined space loops
    Lighter than shoulder Ds but small enough for efficient and safe connection of snap hooks for spreader bar insertion to confined space
  3. Documents pouch
    Keeps compliance labels and inspection record clean and intact
  4. Optimised stitch patterns
    Shaped and designed for optimum strength and security.
  5. Manufactured, designed, tested and fully certified in Australia to AS/NZS1891.1
    Local SAI Global accreditation for trust and peace of mind.
  6. Maximised adjustment of chest strap
    Additional adjustment options for small and large chests alike.
  7. Ergonomic pull-up shoulder strap adjustment
    Allows one handed and additional adjustment.
  8. Adjustable chest D ring to centralise
    Ability to centralise chest D ring ensures even and comfortable front loading.
  9. Front fall arrest D ring
    Precise connection for front fall arrest applications such as climbing and ladder systems.
  10. Quick connect aluminium buckles
    Lightweight, fast, convenient and reliable connection lead to greater worker acceptance and compliance.
  11. Elastic webbing keepers
    Easy storage and housekeeping of excess adjustment webbing.
  12. Rubber end grips
    Comfortable pull tabs for easy adjustment.
  13. “Green light” safe connection indicator on quick connect buckles
    Gives a visual cue that the quick connect buckle is locked correctly.
  14. Rubber end grips
    Comfortable pull tabs for easy adjustment.
  15. Large cranked (bent) rear fall arrest D ring
    Easy to make a positive connection.
  16. Small D ring slider pad
    Stops D ring digging into the back while minimising plastic to body contact.
  17. UV resistant, iWeb inspectable webbing
  18. Fitted with suspension trauma relief straps
    Allows a suspended conscious operative to minimise the effects of suspension trauma.
  19. Optimised buttock strap position and lock down stitch
    Minimises the potential for harness peel out in a reversed crouched position.
  20. Supplied in free storage bag
    Keeps harness free of dirt and moisture.


5 adjustment points
Ensures correct fitting of chest, shoulder and leg straps conforming to a maximum amount of body shapes.


I is for inspectable, and this patented webbing has been woven with a load bearing indicator core, encased by a further load bearing outer case. When inspecting for cuts or abrasion, simply look for any signs of red yarns showing through the outer silver casing and you have the discard criteria. This removes the subjective, often mood and opinion based, inspection criteria which regularly leads to the condemnation of otherwise good harnesses, another demonstration of SpanSet’s commitment to offering our end user customers value, without compromising safety.

MAV – Motion Activated Ventilation

Instead of trying to get air to flow through synthetic padding materials, we have chosen to push the air around it via a series of ventilation cells and channels as the waist padding is compressed and relaxed. We call this Motion Activated Ventilation (MAV). When the padding is compressed, the air is forced around the smaller cell veins into the larger ventilation channels and expelled through the top and bottom edges of the padding. When the padding is relaxed the opposite happens as the fresh air returns in a bellows effect. This constant mechanical exchange of air is more effective than so called wicking materials at reducing sweat and heat build-up.