Fall-arrest ridge system for gutter access - This prestigious private school wanted a subtle but effective roof safety line fall arrest system for all year gutter access.
Complete edge protection - This stylish new building had new PV panels fitted to the roof, so a means of fall protection was needed to keep the operators safe when they clean and maintain the panels. A non-trip guardrail was installed to satisy the client's requirements, providing a collective fall protection system.
Fall-arrest system for complete roof access - Riveting the baseplates to this composite panel roof sheet gives it a clean watertight finish
PV panel maintenance access - To safely maintain these PV panels, a roof restraint safety wire system was installed between the arrays, in Plymouth, Devon
Fragile roof protection walkway - Part of a 1822m fall-arrest safety wire system which included a walkway, installed to protect the roof from damage which could be caused by future maintenance foot traffic, in Exeter, Devon
Collective protection for PV panel access - Modern building in Devon requiring aluminium guardrail system to have a smart, modern feel to compliment it's design, whilst providing safe access for PV panel cleaning and maintenance teams.
Fall protection for no roof penetrations - To avoid roof penetrations this client requested a free-standing handrail system, in Poole, Hampshire
RoofSafe rail fall-arrest system - This wall-mounted rigid horizontal fall restraint rail system allows the cleaners to safely access and work over the glass roof
RoofSafe fall protection system - Fall-arrest safety wire system to enable complete roof access in Somerset
Uni-16 safety wire system - A vivid, cost-effective option in Central London
Fall-arrest lifeline system - A RoofSafe system installed to meet client demand for a low visual impact
RoofSafe Rail system - This fall arrest safety rail solved the issue where the roof design could not take fall arrest loads if a safety wire system had been installed. Bristol, Avon
Prestigous property - Full of modern architecture, the contractor managing this racecourse project asked for a RoofSafe lifeline system design to comply with current regulations. Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.
Horizontal ridge lifeline system - This RoofSafe system allows the PV Panels to be safely accessed for future maintenance
Roofsafe anchor post - The Single Point Anchor minimises the pendulum effect when accessing the corners of the roof
Subtle green roof horizontal lifeline system - These smart holiday homes were designed with the fall arrest systems as a subtle addition to the green roof system. Their marine grade alloy gives them the durability needed to withstand the harsh, coastal environment in Cornwall.
Bird control sprung wires - When birds over-populate an area, it is effective to use these sprung wire systems which prevent them from landing. Netting is another option which works well in larger areas.
Bird netting systems - To provide easy ongoing maintenance access, the large bird net was installed. The spacious design ensures users are not prohibited from accessing any areas.
Horizontal safety lines on listed buildings - This prestigious listed building required fall arrest wire & rail systems to be carefully designed and fitted to retain the building's character and architecture. The rigid fall arrest rail was powder-coated and sits as a subtle addition.
Roof walkways systems - A robust walkway system protects the roof sheets from heavy foot traffic, and has been successfully been combined with a fall arrest safety line system for maximum user safety.
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