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Our fall prevention experts will assess your workplace for hazards and create a system that’s secure, dependable and fully compliant with international safety standards.
All workers should be able to work at height without fear of falling. As specialists in this area, we’ll undertake an analysis, addressing every aspect of how the space is used to create a bespoke, cost-efficient and fully compliant solution just for you.
Our experts will identify hazards and create a bespoke combination of products and systems to reduce, mitigate and eliminate risk of injury to your workers.
Using satellite imaging, our experts will layout hazard zones taking into account the latest regulations. Review sessions will then be shared via a screen share.
Our experts will coordinate analysis on all sites, whether national or global, to align with all safety policies and provide enterprise-wide fall protection plans.
Access points are the most frequented hazard on any roof. Your workers are exposed to this risk twice every time they enter and exit to perform tasks. All ladders and hatches must be secured with a self-closing gate and safety-compliant railing.
Openings are often overlooked, but extremely critical to protect. A worker traversing the middle of the roof has a false sense of security when working far from the roof edge. Our specialists will check all openings and suggest highly effective coverings.
The edge of the roof is the most visible hazard, and typically the hazard most people want to protect first. Proximity to the roof edge is a huge factor in identifying the chances of an accident occurring. All Health & Safety Standards state that if a worker can be exposed to a fall, then they must be protected.
Understanding the path your workers take across the roof is vital for a complete fall protection assessment. Obstacles on the roof force workers to unsafely climb over or step around the obstruction, often placing them at risk by walking too close to the roof edge.