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AEFAC Certified Installations

Guy Pearce | June 21, 2019

More and more it is becoming evident that the height safety industry needs stronger standards and controls relating to installation, inspection and re-certification of height safety systems. Height Dynamics understands that even the best height safety system on the market is still only as good as the person who installed it. To achieve the highest […]

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Kombi Modular Access System

Guy Pearce | June 2, 2019

Game Meat Processing needed safe access to an external second-level cold room factory doorway. They also wanted to avoid the expense of upgrade of the site foundations or building structure. Height Dynamics suggested a Safya KOMBI modular aluminium stairway and platform system could solve their problem.

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What Fall Arrest Lanyard Should I Choose?

Guy Pearce | April 13, 2019

Before choosing a fall arrest lanyard you should know – all lanyards are not created equal. A fall arrest lanyard for working in an EWP or boom lift is very different from one that a tower climber might use. There is a huge range of lanyards available. When you consider variables like length, material, connectors […]

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Height Safety for Facility Managers

Guy Pearce | April 2, 2019

The owner or manager of a structure that has public areas, or employs persons to work on the structure has a duty of care under the Workplace Health and Safety Act. The safety and wellbeing of workers and the public that maintain or use the structure is their responsibility. Ensuring that workers and other persons are […]

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And They Get Paid For That…?

Guy Pearce | March 26, 2019

Slope stabilisation at Cunninghams Gap above the Cunningham Highway on the A15 between Brisbane and Warwick has been going on literally since the road was officially opened in 1927. The road has often been closed. In December 2013 a boulder nine metres long and five metres high weighing over 300 tonnes landed on the road […]

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