Essential Height Safety design, install and certify roof access systems including fixed access ladders, roof walkways, roof anchor points, roof guard rails, static line systems, roof access hatches and overhead rail systems all over Canberra and the ACT.
Working on both new and existing buildings, our clients include a wide range of Australia’s largest builders, commercial property owners and facility managers. With extensive experience knowledge of all Australian Standards, Codes of Practice and Regulations, Essential Height Safety install roof access solutions that balance worker safety, the customers budget and roof access requirements to perform essential maintenance on the roof and to utilities.
All of Essential Height Safety’s roof access systems are designed with the Hierarchy of Fall Protection methodology. Our Hierarchy of Fall Protection offers a preferred order of control to eliminate or reduce the risk of fall from height. This methodology mirrors common safety practices for hazard abatement beginning with elimination and ending with administrative controls.
Essential Height Safety supplies, installs and certifies a wide range of roof access solutions that ensure fall protection, fall restraint and fall arrest should an accident happen. Our height safety solutions and roof access systems include;
If you are looking for trained and accredited experts who have experience installing a wide range of roof access systems then contact our team for an obligation free chat on 1300 88 11 73 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Ensure regulatory compliance
If you allow workers Roof Access to your building, you have a legal obligation to comply with all Australian Standards, Codes and Regulations around Height Safety, Roof Safety, Fall Protection and Fall Arrest. To ensure the Height Safety of your workers and the legal compliance for your business, contact the trained and accredited experts today for an obligation free consultation.
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