Roof Anchor Point Selection
We stock a complete range of roof anchor points to suit every application. We are authorised suppliers and installers for Capital Safety, SAYFA Systems, Ferno and Honeywell. If you are sure which particular system you are looking for, please contact us as we will be sure to be able to help you.
A fall arrest system is considered the last line of defence against a fall. When working at heights and using a fall arrest system, it is vital that the user understand the type of anchor point they are attached to and what it is capable of. Never attach to a system which you are unfamilar with. As a general rule, always work in fall restraint. This means ensuring that you are not able to fall in the first place. If you are using an adjustable rope line which is longer than the closest fall zone, follow this simple six step process;
- correctly fit and adjust your certified harness and attach your rope line via your shock pack
- correctly attach to the certifed fall protection system
- carefully adjust your rope line out to the nearest fall zone
- now adjust your ropeline back approximately 1m from the edge
- tie a knot in your rope line in front of the adjuster so it can not lengthen the rope
- straighten out your rope and ensure that it prevents you from reaching the closest fall zone
You are now in fall restraint.
Below are examples of the many different types of points which we recommend. You may click on any of the below products to learn more about that particular type and its recommended application or contact us and speak directly to one of our friendly Height Safety Specialists. [read more]
All permanently installed height safety systems must only be installed and certified by an authorised installer. In Queensland the installer must also hold the appropriate QBCC licence. Any Height safety system not installed by an authorised installer may also be deemed uncertified and should never be used. For example, we see height safety systems which have been installed by plumbers or roofers who do not hold the appropriate BQCC Licence to install or certify height safety systems. They also are not authorised by the manufacturer of that particular product so therefore are not permitted to install it. Never use an unlicensed or unauthorised installer. As a PCBU you will be liable for any injury if you have used such a company.
For more information on this please contact us.