Safety Plus Australia’s anchor points can be used in a wide range of applications requiring unique methods of attachment, such as timber trusses, steel purlins, chemset concrete and surface mount for metal roof profiles for both fall arrest and abseiling rope access.
All Safety Plus Australia supplied safety anchors for roofs have been manufactured to comply with AS 5532 and installed to the AS 1891. Our skilled team is highly competent, trained and accredited to install and deliver a service which provides peace of mind to building owners and future users of safety anchors for roof fall arrest and abseil rope access systems.
With a commitment to fall protection, Safety Plus Australia is one of the country’s most trusted suppliers of roof safety anchor points, static lines and related safety products. For additional information about any fall arrest system application, contact our expert technical team by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling us on 1300 713 566.
Roof safety anchor points are designed to provide safe access to fall-risk areas such as roof edges. These products allow safe and easy maintenance of roof-mounted equipment. At Safety Plus Australia, we offer top quality safety roof anchors and roof anchor points. Melbourne customers will find they are designed to meet all the compliance and safety needs of your premises. Able to be safely installed in both indoor and outdoor environments, our selection of roof safety anchors can help keep workers safe if a fall does occur.
Anchor points are a type of fall protection equipment used while accessing different areas on a roof. When installed at safe intervals, they provide added fall protection. All our height safety systems are innovative and compliant. This makes them an ideal choice, which can be relied upon when it comes to height safety.
To find out more about Safety Plus Australia’s roof anchor points, Melbourne and interstate customers can reach us at email@example.com or by calling us on (03) 9879 5230.
Safety Plus Australia – with a commitment to fall protection, anchor points, static lines & related safety products complete with fully industry trained installation teams to ensure all systems comply with all relevant Australian Standards.
Anchor devices, also referred to as roof safety anchor points, are a compliant means to access the fall edge of a work area. Designed and installed by our companies height safety industry-trained installation team, an anchor point system is a means to provide full roof coverage whilst not having the preferred, but aesthetically imposing, handrail around the perimeter of the work area.
Anchor points are a great access method for gutter maintenance, mechanical services located near a potential fall edge, or areas where handrails will not work with the environment.
There are two types of anchor devices, fall arrest (15kN) and rope access (12kN). A fall arrest anchor is designed to arrest your descent should you fall from the roof, rope access anchor devices are designed for twin rope or abseil access.
These two very different anchors have different load capacities which should be checked and confirmed prior to any use. If you have any confusion about the applicable contexts for either option when it comes to your fall protection anchor points, get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
There are several safety anchors for roofs, another fall arrest system is a horizontal static line, this systems is ideal for long continuous roof access that may require gutter maintenance, as this type of fall arrest system does not require constant detaching and reattaching as most anchor points system.
Anchor point systems should be used only by industry qualified competent persons, using compliant harness equipment and site-specific PPE. All anchor devices should be inspected and recertified every 12 months in Victoria or as per manufacturers’ specifications, by an industry qualified, competent person. Additionally, with horizontal static line systems, it’s important to regularly test the tensile strength of the cable and re-tension when necessary. Offering safety tagging and recertification services, simply get in touch with Safety Plus Australia for help to ensure you’re up-to-date with meeting Australian roof safety standards with your anchor points and lines.
Anchor points are just one type of fall protection when accessing areas on a roof. Roof safety anchor points are installed at safe intervals to provide extra fall protection. With our safety anchor points, customers can have full faith in the durability and strength of our galvanised materials and quality manufacturing. At Safety Plus Australia, your safety is our priority.
To learn more about our superior range of safety anchors, made for installation on roofs and roofing structures, call our attentive and knowledgeable team today on (03) 9879 5230.
Apart from offering quality roof anchor points, we also have highly qualified and certified specialists who can assist you. Our efficient anchor point team has mastered the technique of installing roof anchor points. Designed to increase safety, our roof anchors can be installed into a variety of different materials, providing secure and reliable points to attach additional fall protection equipment.
Years of experience have helped them in developing an eye for detail while carrying out anchor point installation. In this way, we provide the highest possible standards of service. We can also provide you with an installation quote if required. If you want to invest in quality roof safety anchor points or would like to get some more information about our products, pricing or services, contact us on (03) 9879 5230. You can also drop an e-mail to email@example.com.
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