Welcome to Height Dynamics information and news blog. We use our blog to provide you with a short burst of industry news and updates, new product releases and promotions and, our personal favourite, “Dangerous Things We See Onsite". Here you'll find everything you would want to know about a full range of height safety, confined space and rescue all conveniently located in one space.
As predicted, in one of our recent newsletters ( Dangerous Installations Part 2), there would be a Part 3. Sad to say this will probably become a regular story until effective regulation is brought into place throughout the industry. Read more here
Rock Exotica began in a garage 25 years ago. Much has changed since those days of manual production and graph paper designs. However, one thing has stayed the same........their desire to produce the most innovative technical equipment available. Read more here
A shocking statistic has been revealed by one of the peak industry bodies Working At Heights Association (WAHA) "......only one in three roof anchors are fit for use." Read more here
I was recently given the opportunity to walk around the work site of one of Brisbane's major infrastructure projects to take photos and provide feedback to the safety team on my observations. I am constantly amazed at what I see out onsite and I thought that I would share some of these images with you. Read more here
SRTE was acquired back in 2011 by Capital Safety and since then we have seen a number of changes to this iconic rope access/rescue range. One of the most popular products is the No Worries and this month we wanted to highlight this product and some of its features. Read more here
The Height Dynamics compliance/audit team inspect a number of anchors and systems in the course of their daily duties. Increasingly they are coming across unsafe and uncompliant height safety anchors and static lifelines being installed as fall arrest systems on roofs. These unsafe installations aren't discovered until either the installation is inspected for height safety compliance by an experienced and suitably qualified company or someone using the system raises their concerns regarding its safety and commissions a height safety audit. Read more here