An anchor point is a fixture to the roof sheet or structure that allows workers at heights to attach their lanyard to it. This connection can provide fall restraint, fall arrest or rope access (abseiling).
A competent person with the proper training, certifications, education and experience that has the knowledge and skills to correctly perform an installation.
Anchor points are secured using rivets to the roof sheet and screws to the structure. In cases where the roof structure is steel, we have the option to install the anchor to the steel purlin with an eyelet anchor
On slab roofs, anchors are chemically fixed to the slab with a proprietary chemical adhesive able to take the highest loads needed in different types of concrete
Height safety compliance starts with the design. Send through your architectural plans and we will advise you with the site specific on-budget solution.
An accredited team of height safety installers with the experience to ensure we over-deliver. Our team of installers is flexible and can be on-site on short notice.
Certification of your height safety system and testing of your anchor points to ensure compliance with relevant Australian standards.