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Tribeca East Apartments, Rivervale

Another successful project from BGC Construction, the Tribeca East Apartments is redefining apartment contemporary urban living, with suburban amenity at the doorstep of Perth. Safemaster is proud to be once again be contracted to provide an 'all under one roof' height safety service, ensuring continuous maintenance works in safety. Click here to learn more.
Waterhall Shopping Centre

Work at Heights Safely & with Total Confidence

Waterhall Shopping Centre is a brand new retail development located in South Guildford, consisting of IGA supermarket, speciality stores, medical centre and community tenancy. Recognising the existing heritage surrounds, the development of Waterhall Shopping Centre uses traditional brick construction and architecture in a contemporary way. The building is six metres high, which spells potential danger for personnel working on the roof level. With the combination of over 20 years work-at-he...
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Revised AS1657 Standard sets Major Changes on Walkways, Ladders and Platforms

The revised Australian Standard AS1657 since the last update 21 years ago reflects changes in the industry and seeks to align current Work Health Safety (WHS) regulations and the National Construction Code (NCC). This Standard has a focus on greater safety for personnel who need to access areas for operating, inspection, maintenance and servicing purposes. The four biggest changes to AS1657 Standard involve selection, labelling, guardrail testing and the design of fixed ladders. The most s...
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How to choose the right safety harness?

Occupations that involve working at height such as roofing, construction, crane, etc are a risky job. The workeven fatalities that commonly occur when working at heights. Safety harness generally includes three components: full size body safety harness, an anchorage, a line/tether that ties you to fixed structure. You may spend hours on searching a right harness and only left with frustration. The very first thing to consider when selecting a harness is the categories of your job specialty...