Height > Fall restraint

Are you keeping your workers safe?

07 March, 2018

With workplace risk profiles constantly changing and the training and equipment maintenance requirements increasing each year, many organisations go into reactive mode with regards to managing their working at heights systems and PPE.


Are you cleaning your height safety gear properly?

26 February, 2018

In order to increase the life and compliance of height safety PPE, the equipment should be regularly cleaned.


Warning issued over unsafe work at heights, following multiple falls

16 February, 2018

Two serious workplace falls in less than two weeks have prompted a WorkSafe Victoria warning about the dangers of working at heights.


The changing face of fall protection

26 June, 2017 by Richard Millar, Technical Manager, 3M Fall Protection

The impact of technology and a shift in the safety culture on work sites is leading to a more widespread adoption of and adherence to safety practices.


All anchors are not the same — the difference could be life or death

13 June, 2017

Did you know roof workers' lives could be at risk if the anchors they use are not correct for the application?


SafetyLink FrogLine horizontal surface-mounted lifeline

01 May, 2017

The SafetyLink FrogLine horizontal surface-mounted lifeline has a low-profile design, which combines energy-absorbing capabilities into every intermediate, end and corner anchor, consequently incorporating the line energy absorbers into the system.


Tree safety targeted by new project

20 March, 2017

Each year more than 150 workers are injured while undertaking tree work, but a new project aims to address safety in the industry.


Falling objects targeted by safety inspections

07 February, 2017

Falling objects at construction sites will be the target of WorkSafe inspections during a three-week blitz in Victoria.


What you need to know about fall protection gear for workers… and their tools

06 October, 2016 by Oscar Ratalino, Research & Development Manager, 3M Fall Protection

For workers at height the number one safety concern is preventing a fall, whether it be a person or an object.


Ergodyne topped parts pouches 5528 (canvas) and 5538 (tarpaulin)

01 September, 2016

Ergodyne's topped parts pouches 5528 (canvas) and 5538 (tarpaulin) feature a hands-free, self-closing Trap Door top preventing items inside from dropping from heights, even when the pouch is tipped over.


3M Protecta PRO Fall Protection Full-Body Harness range

05 July, 2016

Capital Safety has released a redesigned and upgraded 3M Protecta PRO Full-Body Harness Range for fall protection.


Good compliance found on Perth construction sites

26 April, 2016

An inspection program of construction sites in Perth has found a high level of compliance with workplace safety laws.


Capital Safety DBI-SALA ExoFit STRATA harness

31 March, 2016

Capital Safety has added the DBI-SALA ExoFit STRATA harness to its line of fall protection solutions, a full body safety harness designed and tested with data-driven, third-party research.


Improving worker compliance with fall protection equipment

08 March, 2016 by Rick Millar, Technical Manager for Capital Safety Australia & New Zealand, a 3M company

Despite alarming statistics provided by Safe Work Australia that indicate falls from height remain the number one cause of death in the construction industry, many workers continue to avoid using proper fall protection equipment.


Don't be complacent — height safety standards still need to be maintained

23 October, 2015

Going back 12 to 18 months ago, the height safety industry was abuzz with information, publications and news items about the changes to Australian Standard AS/NZS 5532. But now that the dust has settled, have we all become a little too complacent?


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