Roof fall protection systems and equipment that work to protect your employees while working on the roof.
The roof top work environment requires that special safety measures be taken to prevent a dangerous fall. Falls from height are a leading cause of death in the work place. General industry OSHA standards require all drops over six feet to be protected by a fall protection system. The roof is a place where the proper fall protection measures must be taken seriously.
Employees access the roof for many different reasons. Whether someone is servicing an HVAC unit or cleaning a drain, the proper fall protection measures must be in place. OSHA generally accepts that any person working within 15 feet of a roof edge needs to be protected.
The following are examples of roof hazards that need to be guarded with fall protection.
There's more than one way to protect a worker on the roof. Common solutions for providing fall protection on the roof are:
All of the roof fall protection solutions on the right will help you prevent falls on a roof. If you need help selecting the right form of fall protection, please contact our knowledgeable sales staff. They will help you to understand the pros and cons of each roof fall protection system.
Check out this guide: Pro/Con Comparison of Rooftop Fall Protection Solutions
KeeGuard is a free standing guardrail and railing system that does not penetrate the roof membrane.
Mounting a railing directly to the top of a roof parapet is a cost-effective way of providing rooftop perimeter fall protection.
OSHA considers a skylight to be a hole in your roof. Protect people on the rooftop working around skylights with our easy to install skylight screens.
Guardrail for use in residential or commercial construction projects.
Portable railing systems use weighted bases to create a permanent or temporary railing system. This system does not require any hardware connections.
KeeHatch is designed for safe egress and ingress through roof access hatches and for protection of the roof opening while the roof hatch is open.
Lanyards, connectors, retractables, harnesses... everything you need for fall arrest.
Horizontal lifeline systems built to provide continuous protection for multiple users working at height.
Weightanka is a mobile, dead weight anchor system for use on roofs up to 5 degree pitch. The quick-to-assemble system features a central attachment point which raises the height where the arrest force is applied.
Kee Walk provides a safe, anti-slip, level walking surface for anyone who needs to access a roof in the course of their work.