The essential attribute of personal fall arrest equipment is that it can be relied upon to arrest a fall at the first time of asking.
The 3M DBI-SALA Self-Rescue device is designed to help workers implement a simple, fast and effective rescue plan in the event of a fall from height.
The effects of a fall on a worksite are far-reaching and go beyond the company to the family members and even the community.
With the increase of awareness around working at height, the use of SRLs as a means of effective anchoring and work positioning has also increased.
Miller tool lanyards are engineered to provide a safe, simple and reliable tethering of tools for construction personnel when working at heights.
The Dropsafe Barrier system is designed to mitigate the risk of dropped objects falling at height.
MSA has been in the business of safety at height since 1930, and today it is at the forefront in both the supply and range of innovative fall protection products.
A new industry code for the installation of fall protection anchors, lifelines and rail systems has been launched by the Working at Height Association (WAHA).
Reducing falls at housing construction sites is the goal of WorkSafe Victoria, following 40 serious incidents since 1 February 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.
In order to increase the life and compliance of height safety PPE, the equipment should be regularly cleaned.
Two serious workplace falls in less than two weeks have prompted a WorkSafe Victoria warning about the dangers of working at heights.
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.
Did you know roof workers' lives could be at risk if the anchors they use are not correct for the application?
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.