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How often do I have to recertify my static line systems?


Static lines must be recertified every 12 months. According to Australian Standards, on the 10th year of service a full test on the swaged ends needs to be carried out for any connections on the static line system. Watch our video for more information. BACK TO ALL FAQS

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What is the difference between the Raptor rigid rail trolleys?


Watch this video to learn more about RAPTOR trolleys and their specific applications.   View the RAPTOR product overviews for links to brochures and more videos. Fall arrest application Rope access application If you require more information on our range of RAPTOR rigid rail systems please contact the Sayfa team on 1300 301 755 or […]

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How do I organise a height safety system audit on my building?


Contact Sayfa on 1300 301 755 or info@sayfa.com.au who can put you in touch with a qualified height safety specialist. They can inspect your current systems for any compliance issues and will provide a report of suggested improvements or modifications that need to be implemented to ensure your obligations are being met. Why not take […]

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How do I know which Sayfa anchors to select for my particular application?


Incorrect, design, installation and use of anchors is a common occurrence in the workplace. It causes quite a lot of confusion and can be the reason for many costly system replacements. To simplify the selection of our anchors, please download our document, “Selecting the correct anchor“, which gives details of Sayfa’s range of anchors and […]

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What is a rescue plan?


A rescue plan is an essential piece of documentation that must be completed before undertaking any work at heights. This should detail: the type of work being undertaken the risks involved what actions need to be implemented in the event of an incident or accident occurring. Emergency service details should be included, but their attendance […]

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What do I need to know before undertaking work at height?


Before any work at heights is started it is most important that some key procedures are followed to ensure that all workplace requirements are identified and understood. A risk assessment, safe work method procedure and rescue plan, must be completed and approved by management prior to any work being commenced. Authorisation to access the risk […]

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