Height > Walkways

Roof access walkway system

09 June, 2009 by

The On-Trak Walkway System, with its ease of installation, lightweight construction and non-slip surface, provides a maintenance-free solution to roof access and safety walkways for commercial and industrial roofs.

Horizontal lifeline system

09 June, 2009

The evolution 200 horizontal lifeline system addresses the needs of inadequate overhead anchorage structures and lengthy spans found in applications that require horizontal mobility such as truck, bus, railcar and crane rail inspection and maintenance.

Recycler fined $140,000 after wall collapse

18 November, 2008

Failure to properly carry out a WorkCover Works Improvement Notice issued two years ago cost Visy Paper $140,000 in fines, but nearly cost two people their lives when Visy's boundary wall collapsed into an adjoining car park, narrowly missing them.

Luminescent step nosing

11 October, 2008

Ecoglo step nosings incorporate a photoluminescent strip and an anti-slip mat that together provide clear step-edge contrast. The nosing improves stair visibility and safety, either inside or out and whether day or night.

Scaffolding licence changes

27 April, 2007

Workplace Health and Safety Queensland has reported changes to licensing requirements for workers involved in scaffolding, rigging, crane operation, pressure equipment or loadshifting equipment.

Height safety beats the heat at Gainsborough

19 April, 2007

The heat was on at Gainsborough Hardware Industries quite literally when a faulty air conditioner remained at a standstill all last summer until height safety systems were installed on a brittle roof

High risk standard for WA

09 October, 2006

West Australian workers performing identified high risk work will need to be licensed as of 2007.

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