The Safe Harness System is a personal safety device intended to be used by an individual. It is easily installed on a motor coach seat by placing it over the seat back and sliding it down to the seat cushion. The individual then secures it in place by pulling on the belt which is kept taught because of a specially designed tension device.
When installed correctly, the single strap design of the Safe Harness System takes the shape of a standard automotive grade lap belt and provides the passenger with a safety measure previously unavailable to them.
All load bearing components meet industry standards. SafeHarness meets Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS-209) and sled tests were conducted following the guidelines of FMVSS-208.
The safety and performance of our product is our number one priority. Safe Harness has been successfully crash sled tested by an independent accredited laboratory.
Blanch Associates is a joint venture of two inventors, Blake McCauley and Charles Bedell. Mr. McCauley is a retired New York City fireman and Mr. Bedell is currently the owner of a auto dismantling facility.
Blanch Associates is aware of the reality of the injuries sustained due to vehicle collisions. As a result, we were compelled to develop a device that would allow an individual to ensure his own safety when traveling.
There are over 800,000 coach-type tour buses on the road today. The average size tour bus has 56 seats. That means there are over 44,800,000 seats that need seat belts. Safety is our priority, and we want to see all of those seats protected by SafeHarness.