Rooftop Safety Railing

Roof Safety Railing Systems

OSHA Compliant Roof Railing & Guardrail Systems

Rooftop railings are usually non-penetrating to prevent roof leakage. Most of our roof railing solutions are designed to be easily assembled on the roof surface without penetrating the roof membrane.

What to Look for When Choosing a
Railing for Your Rooftop

Is the Guardrail OSHA Compliant?

OSHA's requirements for guardrail can be found on the OSHA website. We have a quick reference guide below for keeping your guardrail compliant.

You must ensure that:
  • The top rail is 42" tall from the walking surface.
  • The middle rail is half way between the top rail and the walking surface.
  • The rail is able to withstand a 200 lb. force in a downward or outward direction.

* It is important to note that you should always follow the manufacturer's installation instructions.

Do You Need a Permanent or Temporary Guardrail?

Permanent and temporary guardrails have their place on your rooftop. It is important to select the appropriate guard railing for your scenario.

Here are a few questions for you to consider:
  • How often are people accessing your roof?
  • Do you have concerns about longevity?
  • What kind of work is being done?

Still Have Questions About
Choosing a Roof Railing?

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