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Fall Protection Anchors

The term fall protection encompasses a broad spectrum of techniques, equipment, and legislation in hopes to minimize injury and damage due to falls. However, where possible, a fall prevention approach should be taken, eliminating the fall all together. However, there are times where this is not possible.

 

At this point a system of Anchorages used with specified PPE is required, often called Active Safety due to the requirement of input from the user.

 

The use of active fall protection systems using PPE inherently requires detailed training due to the increased risks, and in the case of Fall Arrest you will need to encompass a Rescue plan and equipment into your Fall Protection Plan.

 

Fall Protection Anchors range from single point anchors to a complex series of interconnected anchorages designed to provide 100% connection for the user. Selecting the method of anchorage use, and indeed the anchorage type relies entirely on understanding the work to be carried out, and the location and surrounding areas and access requirements.

 

 

Installer Approved & Tested
Reduced Installation Time
EN795:2012, CEN/TS 16415:2013, AS/NZS

 

Aesthetic, technically advanced and tested to European and Australian Standards the Roof Angel is a horizontal lifeline, based on 8mm cable. Designed in conjunction with lifeline installers, and field tested prior to release this is surely one of the best systems on the market, whether from a users view, or from that of the installer.

Simple to construct
Zero Impact
CE Approved to EN795:2012

 

The Weight Angel Safety System is a highly functional mobile man anchor which can be used in fall arrest for one user or with two simultaneous users in restraint.  The users can either be connected directly to the post, or by using the Roof Angel system to produce a horizontal restraint line.

Unique Height Safety Anchorage solution

Ideally suited to  the Crane, Tanker and ISO-Tank markets.

 

 

The TRAM  is simple to use, providing the operator with full mobility and yet completely prevents the user from falling to another level while also reducing the likelihood and consequence of a fall on the same level.