Want to maximise the safety, health and performance of your height safety system? We show you how to use your manufacturer’s instructions to make an inspection, maintenance and recertification masterplan
By law in Australia, your safety harness must be inspected and the results documented by a competent person every six months. In between, like all height safety equipment, your harness should be checked before and after each use.
Safety installs don’t end with the install! It is a requirement of the Work Health and Safety Regulation that adequate information about the installation are provided. So what does that look like…read more here.
There is an increased awareness of height safety in all areas of todays work places, including domestic, commercial and construction sites. Choosing the correct height safety system and installers can be difficult. It is important to ensure that the height safety systems being installed are not only useable but practical, simple and meet all the […]
The Australian Standard AS/NZS 1891.4 Industrial fall-arrest systems and devices – Selection, use and maintenance clearly outlines the inspection criteria for all fall arrest equipment. Height safety equipment inspections are an important risk control and insure your equipment is in usable condition. Your safety depends upon your height safety equipment being in good condition. What […]