RISsafety trained inspectors provide on-site inspection and certification of height safety, height access and confined space systems to ensure businesses meet the requirements of Australian standards and legislation.
The SuperCraneTower is designed to provide safe and comfortable stair access for crane drivers and other users of cranes such as servicemen, repairmen and rescue teams.
Tragically, one worker has been killed and four have been seriously injured after falls from ladders in NSW in the past two months.
Capital Safety has released a redesigned and upgraded 3M Protecta PRO Full-Body Harness Range for fall protection.
The Crown Wave 60 Series Work Assist Vehicle features an AC drive motor that enables the elevated platform to travel at speeds up to 8 km/h and offer increased manoeuvrability in warehousing and other industrial environments.
An inspection program of construction sites in Perth has found a high level of compliance with workplace safety laws.
The Mine Safety Investigation Unit is investigating a recent incident involving a worker suffering head injuries after falling from a dump truck at a mine site in NSW.
Two companies have been fined a total of $1.5 million over the death of a worker who fell 40 metres when a piling rig collapsed at a Melbourne construction site in 2011.
Recent falls from height on building facade work have been recorded from both rope access applications and from the use of building maintenance units (BMUs). These incidents have again raised discussions on which is the safer of the two technologies.
Despite alarming statistics provided by Safe Work Australia that indicate falls from height remain the number one cause of death in the construction industry, many workers continue to avoid using proper fall protection equipment.
Going back 12 to 18 months ago, the height safety industry was abuzz with information, publications and news items about the changes to Australian Standard AS/NZS 5532. But now that the dust has settled, have we all become a little too complacent?