Certification of Anchor points and Height Safety Equipment
Advanced Height Safety offer full inspection, testing and certification of fall arrest and rope access systems.
Did you know that Australian Standards require ALL height safety systems to be inspected annually due to the high-risk nature of working at heights?
Safety is of critical importance for builders, painters, roofers, plumbers, window washers, and all sorts of other tradebased professional working at great heights. At Advanced Height Safety, we recognise the risk that people face when working within these fields and do everything in our power to combat it.
The primary way in which we do so is by providing in-depth inspections of your work site/property to ensure total safety for you, your building and your staff (no matter what heights they’re working at). Workplace accidents can be avoided when the proper precautions are in place, and when they are regularly checked and updated by a trustworthy certification team like ours.
Our height safety engineers are here to provide you with the safety inspections you need, including:
- Annual roof access inspection
- Roof anchor point testing
- Inspection of all personal protection equipment used on-site (to assess its performance and make sure it is documented on the Equipment Inspection Register)
- All inspections as per Australian Standard 1891.4 Appendix C & D
- Checks that anchors are individually tagged and identified for accuracy of record keeping
It’s the responsibility of your business to ensure that each of these Height Safety Systems are regularly inspected and maintained to ensure both a safe working environment and compliance with Australian legislation.
At Advanced Height Safety, we have the tools and knowledge needed to cover all the aspects of your height safety systems inspection. From auditing and design analysis to the supply, installation and maintenance of height safety equipment, Advanced Height Safety has everything you need to create a secure work environment for your workers.
Please note that previously compliant height safety systems can be rendered unsafe or non-complaint due to:
- Non-compliant installation
- Structural changes
- Compromised building material due to weather, rust, stress or vibration weakening
- Damaged height safety equipment fixtures due to misuse or damage