Safety First, No Matter What

Safety First, No Matter What Working at heights remains one of the biggest causes of fatalities and serious injuries in Australia. On average 26 workplace deaths and almost 8,000 injured every year in Australia due to fall from heights. TOUGHER penalties for workplace safety offences have come into effect in Western Australia on 3 October 2018, which raises the maximum term of imprisonment to five years and $680,000 fine for an individual, or $3.5 million fine for body corporate. Regar...
safety campaign who do you count on for safety

Who Do You Count On For Safety?

Working at heights remains one of the biggest causes of fatalities and serious injuries in Australia. We raise the challenge that no workers should work in an unsafe environment, and no death or injury is acceptable. When it comes to safety, you need practical solutions with the right equipment that simply work, day in and day out, without fail. The challenge is who do you count on when it comes to safety? Check out our campaign video here, featuring our commitment in the height safe...
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Over Two Decades of Dedication in Keeping Australians Safe

Established in 1995, Safemaster has grown to become a leading force in the height safety industry today,  offering you a tailored 'all under one roof' height safety solution through consultation, design and engineering, manufacture, installation and provision of maintenance and recertification programs. With over two decades of experience and fitting over 10,000 buildings with compliant fall prevention systems, Safemaster has demonstrated unrivalled skills by undertaking some of the most...
Pluslife Development

Pluslife Development, Midland

Routine roof maintenance works are inevitable and a risk control strategy must be put in place to ensure workers’ safety. Having partnered with PS Structures on various key projects throughout Western Australia, Safemaster was again engaged to undertake the entire height safety package for the Pluslife development, Midland. Click here for full story.