Fall Protection Solutions

Our comprehensive range of proprietary fall arrest and fall protection systems offer fully compliant, practical and modular solutions for structures of all types whilst meeting the requirements of the NZ building codes and a PCBU (Person Conducting a Business Undertaking) duty of care.

Fall protection systems can be used to facilitate roof inspections, routine maintenance, gutter cleaning, façade access, access to roof plant and any number of other roof top work procedures.

We design, specify, manufacture and supply Fall Protection systems anywhere in New Zealand, Australia and most of the Pacific area, including full installation of licensed proprietary systems by our specialist install teams.

Fall Restraint vs Fall Arrest

Restraint Technique

These systems allow a person access to conduct their duties but prevent them from reaching a point where a fall could occur.

Restraint systems are generally suitable if the person needs to work at the edge of a hazard. For example, where there is a need to maintain gutters along the edge of a roof, or if there are other potential fall hazards such as a fragile roof, roof lights or air vents.

Restraint systems are generally positioned more than 2 m from the hazard. This is because common practice is for the worker to be connected to the system by a fixed length 1.5 m lanyard.

Fall Arrest

A fall arrest system provides maximum freedom of movement for workers to conduct their duties. In doing so it allows them to reach the point where a fall could occur, such as the edge of a roof for gutter maintenance.

However, in the event of a fall, the fall will be arrested and so allow the person to either effect a self-rescue or be rescued.

Any fall, or part of a fall in excess of 600mm, either vertically or on a slope, on which it is not possible to walk without the assistance of a handrail or line.

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