SAYFA designs cost effective, compliant, height safety solutions.
Through years of first hand experience in the height safety industry, the SAYFA team understands what you, our clients desire – safe access and fall protection system designs customised to your needs.
Our FREE* design service is here to help installers, architects, building designers and building owners/managers.
"In all projects where we have engaged SAYFA, the solutions they have presented have taken into consideration all aspects of safety in design, at the same time as considering the end user and all other stakeholders. When obtaining their advice with respect to building and facade access and maintenance, these choices have been made collectively for the benefit of the project and the end result."
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What are your obligations?
If you are an architect, engineer or building design professional who works on the technical design of buildings you have an obligation under Section 22 of the WHS Act to ensure "so far as is reasonably practicable, that the plant, substance or structure is designed to be without risks to the health and safety of persons".
Many times when asked to specify access and fall protection systems, designers use this standard clause "Provide compliant roof safety system to Australian Standards". Would you be interested to know that this clause may not protect you if an injury or fatality should occur on a building you have designed? Read our article: Don't assume you're covered for more information.
In light of the new Workplace Manslaughter laws, in place in many states and to come into effect in Victoria on 1 July 2020, there is even more onus on designers to ensure that they are including in their designs an effective and safe means of access to plant, machinery, facades and other areas for maintenance personnel.
What do our system designs include?
- System layout plan
- System proposal including Schedule of Components
- Indicative supply and install price to use for budgeting purposes
To get the design process happening read: What do I need to supply to SAYFA to get a system design started?
Height safety system designs must be compliant to all statutory regulations, such as the WHS Act, Codes of Practice and Australian Standards, and need to meet all the criteria to ensure complete protection. Someone's life may depend on it.
By adhering to strict quality control practices, SAYFA ensures all its designs and products exceed national and international industry standards.
Our reputations are on the line.
Our Secret Ingredient
Our philosophy is that you can’t cut corners. As we design, we think of the man on the line. We believe we have set a benchmark and a standard in our industry. When you see competitors using SAYFA design methods and similar product design, you say, “Yes, we have set an example.