ROOF TOP SAFETY SOLUTIONS
ANCHORS | GUARD RAIL | LIFELINE | DAVITS | RIGGING SLEEVES | SKYLIGHT PROTECTION
We offer multiple options in anchors ranging from ones designed to mount into concrete, wood, or steel to a large variety of roof and wall mounted anchors.
Pros: Can be used for fall arrest or fall restraint. Can be used for both a primary or secondary tie-off.
Cons: Limited coverage per anchor. Depending on the type of anchor, more roof penetrations vs. other systems.
We offer a variety of guard rail options such as weighted, non-penetrating guard rail or guard rail that can be mounted to the floor or parapet wall. Our guard rail is available in aluminum, galvanized or powder coat finish. If you're looking for a more hidden option of guard rail, we offer ballasted guard rail as well. Ask us about guard rail rentals!
Pros: No user knowledge or equipment required. Does not have to penetrate the roof. No annual inspection required.
Cons: Requires more materials and may be less aesthetically pleasing than other options.
We offer multiple lifeline options depending on if you need a fall arrest or fall restraint system. Lifeline is a cable system that runs through anchors. We offer a hands-free option with a trolley hook up or a non-pass through option. Non-pass through does require less anchors versus a stand-alone anchor system with no cable.
Pros: Offers extensive coverage area. Low-profile anchors. Can be used for fall arrest or restraint. Requires least amount of materials compared to other options.
Cons: Requires more fall clearance. The cable is susceptible to stretching & pulling with temperature change.
We offer custom Davits to meet all roof configurations. Davits are the ideal choice when it comes to hanging a stage off the side of your building. Our Davits consist of an aluminum & stainless steel construction to ensure it can handle any environment.
Pros: 360 degree arm rotation. Offers both the tallest & furthest reach of all fall protection systems. Best & easiest option for hanging a stage down the side of a building.
Cons: Can be cumbersome to move from base to base & setup. Requires a secondary tie-off to be OSHA compliant.