Systems are only as good as the people using them - do you and your personnel know how to operate them correctly?
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Due to the variety of systems that may be installed there can be quite a difference in the level of competency required to ensure their correct use. It is therefore important that before conducting work at height, or allowing any work at height to commence on your buildings, you are confident the personnel carrying out the work are qualified to do so.
Easy to understand manuals, documentation and videos detailing safe use, required maintenance and system limitations can be of great assistance to operators in ensuring correct operation and additionally, for building owners and managers to guarantee they are fulfilling their Duty of Care. To assist, find below links to our database of system operation manuals, instructional videos and other useful information.
Are the systems you are using fit for purpose and compliant?
If you have any doubts why not conduct a height safety audit or organise with the building owner to enlist the help of a height safety specialist? Contact SAYFA on 1300 301 755 or firstname.lastname@example.org who can put you in touch with reputable companies who can assist.
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