Model 32

Model 32
Vehicle harness designed to restrain & support children and adult passengers
with learning difficulties or challenging behaviour.
Also available with
Vertical Fixing Straps which will
fit both single & bench seats
This harness is fitted with the steel
safety buckle to the chest & waist straps
as standard.
See Model 31
Will only fit single seats or split backed
bench seats.
Model 32 is available in two sizes:
3 yrs to 11 yrs
32A
12 yrs to Adult
32B
IMPORTANT: This harness is not classed as a safety harness, but a low risk medical device.
The vehicle safety belt MUST be worn over the top of our harness unless they are exempt for medical reasons.
The combination of the existing safety belt & the secondary harness offers added security for the passenger.
Horizontal
Fixing Strap
50mm Aluminium
Bar Buckle
50mm Sliplock
Slide
Squeeze Adjuster to release
webbing & extend straps.
Pull tail-ends of straps
to tighten
 If fitting a brand new harness, remove any Rubber Bands & unfasten the two
Horizontal Fixing Straps.
 Place the back pad of the harness against the front of the back rest.
 Pass the two Horizontal Fixing Straps around the seat back.
 Feed the tail ends of the two Horizontal Fixing Straps through the Aluminium
Bar Buckles & pull to tighten around the seat back as securely as possible.
 Each tail end should then be passed through the Sliplock Slide to prevent the
Fixing Straps from loosening during transit.
 Unfasten the waist & chest belts & remove them from their webbing loops on
either side of the chest pad.
 The chest pad is now free to be rested over the headrest. The shoulder straps
may need to be extended to do this.
 The Understrap should be lying centrally on the seat cushion.
 If the passenger is under 135cm place a booster cushion on top of the understap to comply with child seat safety legislation.
 Position the back pad so that the waist belt will be in line with the passengers
waist.
 The harness is now ready for the passenger to be seated.
 With the passenger sitting in the most upright position as possible, bring the
shoulder straps & chest pad over the passengers head & position it on their
chest.
 Adjust the shoulder straps to bring the bottom of the chest pad to waist level.
 Locate the waist belt (lower strap) and thread through the lower vertical
webbing loops on either side of the chest pad before fastening the buckle.
 Adjust waist belt to fit tightly yet comfortably.
 Repeat with chest strap (upper strap, passing through upper loops).
 Position the buckles centrally at waist & chest level.
Nb. The waist & chest belts can move freely through the leatherette back pad.
 Open the waist belt buckle, extend the understrap & add the comfort sleeve.
Now bring the understrap up between the legs and loop it over the waistbelt
buckle before refastening. Pull tail end to tighten understrap.
 Ensure that all straps are adjusted securely & comfortably.
 The Comfort Sleeves should now be added to the shoulder straps.
 Fasten the vehicle safety belt over the top of the Model 32 Harness.
Crelling Harnesses For Disabled Ltd.
12 Crescent East, Thornton-Cleveleys, Lancashire, FY5 3LJ
Tel: 01253 852298 Fax: 01253 821780
Email: info@crelling.com
Website: www.crelling.com
Steel Safety Buckle
This buckle has proven extremely successful when fitted to our
harnesses as an alternative to the standard ‘quick release’ buckle.
There is a knurled sliding bar for adjustment designed to prevent
webbing slip.
It helps prevent those passengers with inquisitive fingers,
challenging behaviour or learning difficulties from releasing the
harness buckle.
The buckle is made from Type 316 Stainless Steel and Nylon 6 and
is assembled with tamper proof screws.
The buckle operates in reverse to the standard vehicle buckles as it
is opened by raising a spring loaded lever or over-catch and will not
press release. The spring loaded over-catch locks the buckle when
assembled and prevents accidental opening.
40mm Buckle
40mm buckle - B/Strain 630 kgs.
50mm buckle - B/Strain 500 kgs
We recommend that the buckle instructions provided
with each harness are displayed in a prominent
position in the vehicle - to instruct the user how to release
the buckle mechanism in the event of an accident.
50mm Buckle
40mm Adjuster Buckle
To Extend Straps
To Tighten Straps
The 40mm Adjuster is slightly spring
loaded to lock the webbing into position.
Simply pull the tail-end of
the webbing strap.
To release the webbing you need to
squeeze the Adjuster whilst pulling on
the lower webbing strap.
The Adjuster will lock the
webbing into position
50mm Aluminium Bar Buckle
Webbing is threaded through the
sliding bar buckle
Sliplock Slide
Loose ends of webbing
are often passed back
through these slides to
prevent slippage & to
prevent the Fixing
Straps from loosening
during transit.
Emergency Seat Belt Cutter
We strongly recommend that a seat belt cutter is kept in the
vehicle as a safety precaution for those harnesses fitted with a
Steel Safety Buckle.
It is perfectly safe as the blade is encased.
Cat. Ref: SK