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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 for you and your workers, 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 commi...
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How Safe Are your Roof Safety Systems?

One of the most important aspects of roof safety systems is to ensure that the products and installations are compliant and meet industry standards. However, a lack of knowledge and regulation specific to fall prevention, has placed workers at risk of serious injury every day. Falls from height are still a primary killer in Australian workplace fatalities, even with the increased awareness of all aspects of roof safety equipment and solutions. In accordance to Working At Heights Associa...
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Harness Fitting Guide

Nothing could be worse in safety than a false sense of security. The effectiveness of any harness not only depends on the correct matching of harness to activity, but also having the harness properly fitted. Most harnesses are designed to do a particular job such as EWP, construction, tower works, abseiling, welding, confined space and etc. Many injuries or even death can happen due to the improper fitting of safety harnesses. Comfort and perfect fit should take into consideration when ...
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A Team Mate Falls

One of the most overlooked areas of fall protection is probably the rescue plan. It's not uncommon to find many organisations have invested heavily in fall protection and prevention systems, but don't have a rescue and retrieval plan in place. A worker who has been suspended upright in harness can lose conscious due to suspension trauma. It can become deadly whenever a worker is suspended for durations of over five minutes. A rescue strategy or procedure must be planned in advance, to s...