Know your height safety obligations!

  • Codes of practice
  • Standards and regulations
  • Staying safety compliant

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on your height safety obligations

Australian Government: Work Health & Safety Act 2011

Queensland Government: Work Health & Safety Regulation 2011

Worksafe Queensland : Managing the risk of falls at workplaces Code of Practise 2018

Safe Work Australia: Managing the risk of falls at workplaces

Safe Work Australia: Managing the risk of falls on roofs in housing construction

Workplace Health and Safety Queensland : Anchors for Building Maintenance

WorkCover Queensland: Specific guidance on construction health and safety and working at heights

Safe Work Australia: National code of practice for the prevention of falls in general construction

WorkCover Queensland: Working on roofs and in ceiling spaces

WorkCover Queensland: Elevating work platforms

Australian Capital Territory: Work Health & Safety Regulation 2011

New South Wales: Work Health & Safety Regulation 2017

Northern Territory: Work Health & Safety Regulations 2011

Tasmania: Work Health & Safety Regulations 2022

Victoria: Occupational Health and Safety Regulations 2017

Western Australia: Work Health and Safety (General) Regulations 2022

Employers, employees, contractors, building owners, facility managers, designers, installers and manufacturers all have a legal Duty of Care when work is being conducted at height.

To help you and your people adhere to safe practices we’ve assembled links to the latest legislation and workplace safety codes below. However, you may also wish to consult one of our height safety specialist’s to ensure you and your workers are fully protected.