Miller By Honeywell Recalls

8/23/2019

MILLER BY HONEYWELL

Mandatory Stop Use Notice Miller MightEvac and MightyLite Self-Retracting Lifelines Safety Notice

“At Honeywell, our mission is to be the global leader in personal protective equipment with innovative solutions that protect and save lives.  In line with our commitment to our mission statement, we are writing to inform you of potentially non-conforming brake components in certain models of Miller MightEvac and MightyLite Self-Retracting Lifelines (SRLs) ranges manufactured within a specific timeframe. While there have been NO reported incidents due to this nonconformity, continued use of the product could result in serious injury or death.

We have already determined a solution for the potential non-conforming brake components for affected models of Miller MightEvac and MightyLite Self-Retracting Lifelines (SRLs), which will require replacement of the brake component at our repair center. We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause and potential business disruption. We urge you to immediately discontinue use of affected units to avoid safety risks.”

– Honeywell Industrial Safety

VIEW NOTICE

9/7/2012

MILLER BY HONEYWELL

Miller Duraflex harness D-ring

In response to an unauthorized “safety alert” regarding Miller by Honeywell harnesses, Honeywell Safety Products issued this notice to ensure customers that they have conducted a thorough internal investigation to determine the root cause.

1/27/2011

MILLER BY SPERIAN

MILLER fall protection harnesses

Two units were manufactured with a “green” plastic component in the locking mechanism, which prevented the latch from staying in a closed position. Due to this vulnerability, the manufacturer has redesigned the harness buckles using all-metal parts.

6/25/2009

MILLER BY SPERIAN

Miller Back Biter lanyards

Manufacturer was notified of a backbiter rivet shearing, which caused the keeper on the snaphook to detach from the unit.

12/12/2005

MILLER FALL PROTECTION

All Miller MiniLite Fall Limiter (FL11) and Titan Fall Limiter (TFL) models

During the period of August 2003 through August 2005 a manufacturing process was utilized that may have caused improper assembly of an internal component. This may result in the possibility of the unit functioning improperly in a fall.

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