Legislation for the Construction Industry covered by CDM states that all new buildings and refurbishments must now include as part of their designs provisions to protect all workers working at height and also for any future maintenance or inspection works. High Access Solutions Roof Cable Systems have been designed with an Anchor product range for roof fall protection for all roof types, taking advantage of the low system loads generated in the event of a fall. This has enabled its 8mm cable system to be value engineered and delivers the same high standard of quality and functionality that is found in all of our roof fall protection products, with greater economy.
Cable systems can span up to 12m between anchors and provide a continuous hands free access for the user of the roof fall protection system. This roof cable fall protection system can be used by multiple workers, providing system calculations carried out using our system design software and completing a design risk assessment of your project.
High Access Solutions cable system components include end anchors, intermediate cable supports, variable cable supports and corner cable supports to allow maximum flexibility in roof fall protection system designs and ensure workers have uncompromised access for all aspects of roof inspection and maintenance. Components, including the 8mm wire rope are made from quality 316 stainless steel and anodized aluminium. All fabricated parts are further enhanced by electro-polishing to provide strong resistance to corrosion and a long service life for the roof fall protection system.
A fall arrest system provides maximum freedom of movement for workers to conduct their work. The system is designed to allow the person to either effect a self-rescue or be rescued in the event of a fall. All of our fall arrest systems are provided with the option of a work at height compliant rescue system and end user training.
A fall restraint system allows a person access to conduct their duties but prevents the worker 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, e.g. 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.
High Access Solutions aim is to deliver award-winning project design and development in the work at height safety sector, we offer our clients a full turnkey solution for your project. Please contact us for all your work at height project requirements.