Safe Work Australia has released resources about the risks of working at heights, including infographics about ladder safety and causes of falls from heights.
The MSA V-SERIES harness line has been designed to be highly comfortable for the user.
LifeTech offers 11 categories and 49 variants of its rescue Manikins, which can be used for most search and rescue training, including casualty evacuation.
MSA's V-EDGE SRL has been designed to be used in horizontal, overhead, and leading edge applications, taking the guesswork out of equipment selection.
The V-SERIES shock-absorbing lanyard line simplifies product selection by offering a concise line of standard lanyards that meet a wide range of customer needs.
SKM Recycling has been fined $115,000 and ordered to pay costs of $18,000 following two separate incidents at its Laverton recycling sorting facility.
Following two separate incidents that led to workers falling from height, SafeWork SA has issued a safety alert about risk management while working on roofs.
SafeWork NSW inspectors visited construction sites in Newcastle to ensure they had the right safeguards in place, following a number of on-site injuries.
A construction company has been fined $850,000 after a carpenter fell more than three metres to his death on a building site in Melbourne.
Fall arrest roof anchors are life saving devices and when conducting work at height it is imperative to know that you can rely on your systems to perform as expected.
MSA provides a Design and Specification service for its clients, helping to design a complete custom fall protection system for a variety of structures.
Chloch Homes & Developments, a Mount Waverley developer, has been fined a total of $27,500 for failing to provide a safe workplace.
Introducing the new V-Series full-body harnesses from MSA Safety — The V-FIT™, V-FLEX™ and V-FORM™ Harness Line.
The V-EDGE SRLs are designed for fall protection, fall restraint and horizontal applications, such as general construction and maintenance work.
A Queensland edge protection company and director have been fined $55,000 after a roofing contractor fell 2.6 metres, sustaining serious injuries.