When are roof anchors required?
If your team is required to work at heights make sure you have the proper anchor points installed. Working at heights is a high-risk activity and one of Australia’s leading cause of death and serious injury. In the period 2003-2015 workers were killed from a fall from a height accounted to 11% of all workers killed in that period with a total of 359 workers.  The construction industry accounted for 37% of falls-related fatalities. 
Cost of anchor points usually is based on application, roof pitch, roof type & location of the job. Prices ranges from $150 up to $400 per anchor. Typical roofs need around 7-50 anchors depending on the roof size. You might also consider a Ladder Bracket, Anchor Strop & a Safety Sign. We provide proposals with plan mark-ups, free consultations and site visits. Call us at: 0286 670 722
Australian Standards and Load Rating
Anchor point certification / re-certification includes a detailed inspection of your systems by one of our qualified Height Safety Technician here at Secure Height Systems. We can inspect these systems on a 6-12 monthly basis as required by Australian Standards (AS/NZS 1891). Certification usually involves load testing anchors, visually inspecting fixings, checking for water proofing and sealing. As per AS/NZS 1891.4 inspection should be carried out by persons trained as a qualified Height Safety Equipment Inspector. Should your anchor points require inspection, certification or re-certification please contact us at 0286 670 722
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Our Services include:
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.