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Years ago, many dangers came with working in a mine that it was no exaggeration to call it the most dangerous work back then.
but what about now? Now it has become the ‘most improved performing’ when it comes to safety, and that’s all because they set a zero fatality target as they worked on making it safer.
Then, why not do the same for working at heights?
Installing the correct systems and training workers on the proper safety procedures will noticeably decrease the damage caused by falling from such dangerous heights.
Manufacturers, Architects, Owners, Managers and even Workers themselves are all responsible for the safety of the workplace, and making sure everything follows the current regulations.
For a safer workplace, check our post on Anchor Points and how to get them.
If you need help, you can always contact us here and we will make sure to provide you with our best services.
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.