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MSA International Workman fall protection harness range

08 May, 2011

The International Workman fall protection harness range features ergonomically designed removable leg pads for maximum comfort and has high-visibility, soft-feel yellow webbing shoulder straps. Leg straps are similarly designed using contrasting black webbing. Fall arrest connection points are located conveniently front and rear with options of traditional quick-fit or bayonet-style hardware connection.

How often must I inspect my anchors and static lines?

03 May, 2011

In most states, the law points to six-monthly inspections of anchor points and static lines but the answer in your circumstances might not be quite so straightforward.

Sperian Protection Fall Protection catalogue

11 April, 2011

A fall protection catalogue that features safety and product information to simplify the selection of the correct type of fall protection equipment in the workplace is now available.

It takes much more than just harnesses to keep workers safe at height

22 March, 2011 by Paul Stathis

Too many people still have the misconception that the dangers associated with working at height can be removed simply by wearing a fall-restraint harness. But that’s completely wrong, as two height-safety subject matter experts point out. In this article, they show that there is much more than just harnesses to take into consideration in keeping workers safe at height.

Beaver Brands Web Temp Life Lines

24 February, 2011 by

The Beaver Brands Web Temp Life Lines are easily installed, 20 m webbing temporary lifelines that provide workers at height the benefit of horizontal mobility.

Capital Safety Repel harnesses, lanyards and pole straps range

18 February, 2011 by

The Repel range of harnesses, lanyards and pole straps is constructed from the Repel technology webbing textile which forms a fine textile shell that provides a good level of water resistance, a natural self-cleaning effect and a durable protective function. Water or other substances such as oil or dirt simply run off its surface.

Safemaster temporary anchor

17 February, 2011 by

Safemaster’s temporary anchor affords multidirectional fall arrest protection for workers on metal roofs, without damaging the roof sheet.

Project: Fall protection equipment for harsh environmental conditions

17 February, 2011

A major utility company that is responsible for the delivery of water and wastewater services in Queensland, requires many of its workers  to wear fall protection equipment - specifically full-body safety harnesses every day - to work in physically harsh and dirty conditions.

Travel 8 Pilot Traveller fall protection

29 November, 2010 by

Working with Travel 8 static line systems, Pilot Traveller provides continuous fall protection on all roof surfaces. The smooth operation of the traveller continues around corners and over intermediates without the need to detach from the system.

It’s time to update the Australian fall-arrest standard

02 September, 2010 by Michael Bermejo*

Workers who have to carry out tasks at height are exposed to some of the most significant risks for any industry. It should come as no surprise that standards bodies and safety authorities highly regulate the work methods of such workers and the safety equipment they use. But it may surprise many to learn that our comprehensive standards don’t cover the structural point that is designated to support the forces that are generated when arresting a fall - the anchor points.

Is your roof as safe as you think it is?

01 July, 2010 by Simon Luke*

It seems that in a world dominated by social and corporate responsibility, little of this goodwill is cascading down to the operational grassroots of roof maintenance and inspection work. Either that, or initial good intentions are being changed or diluted by people with little regard for people’s safety or insufficient experience to make good decisions about roof safety.

Soll GlideLoc fall protection climbing system

02 June, 2010 by

The Soll GlideLoc fall-protection climbing system can be permanently installed on buildings, towers and masts and comprises a guided-type fall arrester which glides up and down a steel or aluminium notched guide rail.

Miller Huntsman rescue kit

02 June, 2010 by

Designed to be set up quickly and easily, the Miller Huntsman rescue kit saves valuable time in the event of rescue and retrieval operations.

Miller TechLine temporary horizontal life line

21 May, 2010 by

The Miller TechLine temporary horizontal life line (HLL) provides safety when working at heights.

Sperian Miller Amax.2 full-body work-positioning harness

21 May, 2010 by

The Miller Amax.2 full-body work-positioning harness is designed for working in suspension for long periods of time and engineered for safety and comfort, making it the most comfortable full body harness in the company’s fall protection range.

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