The Lanyard Cover is an optional accessory item for use with shock absorbing lanyards. It is designed to prevent damage while prolonging the life of the lanyard by shielding its webbing or rope tails from the various elements encountered in fall protection.
ACO is the first approved registered supplier of pit covers to Queensland Main Roads. Types 1, 3, 4, 7, 8 and 60 cable pits comply with Queensland Main Roads specifications MRS 11.78 Fabrication of Structural Steelwork; MRS 11.91 Ducts and Pits; and are manufactured to Main Roads standard drawings.
The Resist range of fall protection gear is designed to resist the detrimental effects that grease, oil, paint, dirt and grime place on fall protection harnesses and shock absorbing lanyards.
SafeWork SA is investigating a serious workplace incident, where a suspended work box fell 10 storeys at an Adelaide construction site.
A two-day WorkSafe Victoria campaign targeting construction sites in South Yarra has identified a large number of safety breaches.
A website dedicated to fall protection products and information was launched recently by Miller.
The Live Line range of fall protection harnesses is designed to resist electrical conductivity and addresses the needs of utility workers who are faced with the dangerous task of working on both high- and low-voltage live lines from an EWP vehicle.
The Haulotte Top Lift range of compact telehandlers have lifting capacities of up to 4 t and lifting heights of up to 17 m. They provide low levels of environmental pollution, operator comfort and safety, reliability and ease of transportation.
The RetroLink abseiling and fall arrest anchor has an unobtrusive design that requires no special tooling and minimal penetration to the roof sheeting. It can be installed onto a metal C or Z purlin, where no access is available from underneath the roof.
WorkCover NSW has issued a reminder to the construction industry to follow adequate safety precautions when working with scaffolding.
WorkSafe Victoria has called on employers and workers to maximise fall prevention safety after the deaths of two men in June.
WorkCover NSW and the Housing Industry Association (HIA) have organised a series of Toolbox Talks to be held throughout 2008.
A campaign targeting fall prevention in the Victorian construction industry has found greater efforts are needed to reduce the high rate of fatalities and serious injuries.
The Australian Safety and Compensation Council (ASCC) declared the National Code of Practice for the Prevention of Falls in General Construction (General Falls Code) at its meeting in Canberra recently.