Flat Roof Railing Systems for Fall Protection

KeeGuard Works for Flat Roofs & Low Slope Roofs

KeeGuard roof railing is an ideal choice as a flat roof safety railing system. Its freestanding roof guardrail can also be used on low slopes up to 5 degrees (1/12 pitch). KeeGuard is specifically engineered to protect your roof from potential leaks by using recycled PVC for the weighted bases. The rigidity of the guardrail will hold up to the strictest of requirements and last a lifetime.

  • Non-Penetrating - Railing sits directly on your roof surface, eliminating penetrations.
  • Modular System - Built to easily maneuver around units near an edge.
  • Adaptable - Clamp on to existing ladders or railing for complete access protection.
  • Engineered Weights - Designed to spread out the weight to reduce stress on the roof.

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Designed and Tested to
Exceed Industry Standards

We want you to be safe - we can prove it.

KeeGuard is designed to meet and exceed
OSHA and Cal-OSHA standards for
low-slope or flat roof types.


Does Your Roof Have More than a 5 Degree Slope?

Kee Walk is designed to provide a level walking surface for slopes up to 35 degrees. Rather than just relying on friction to provide a safe walking surface when traveling up a slope, Kee Walk utilizes stair sections for a safe and ergonomic ascent. Kee Walk with Guardrail protects workers from slips as well as roof edges and other hazards.

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Full Roof Safety Solution Examples

Full Perimeter Protection

Full Perimeter Protection

Flat roofs typically lack parapet walls, leaving an unprotected edge around the entire perimeter.
Safe Working Area

Safe Working Area

Low slope and flat roofs house a number of RTU's and other equipment. The location of these units can pose a risk by being near the edge.
Safe Walking Surface

Safe Walking Surface

Walking to the work area on a flat roof can bring someone close to the edge. Anytime someone is within 15' from a fall hazard they are at risk.
Roof Access

Roof Access

The most common way to access a flat roof is by either a fixed ladder or hatch. These are statistically the most hazardous place on the roof.
Skylight Protection

Skylight Protection

Skylights are common on flat roofs and prove to be a death trap for workers. OSHA even considers these to be holes in the roof.
HVAC

HVAC

Many HVAC units are found on flat roofs near an edge. This forces maintenance workers to do their work next to a fall hazard.
Refrigeration Lines

Refrigeration Lines

Most refrigeration lines require regular inspections. Unfortunately, most refrigeration lines are also installed near a roof edge.
Solar

Solar

Flat roofs are a great surface for solar panel installations. With that comes regular inspections and maintenance placing people at risk for a fall.

KeeGuard Solutions to Fit Your Roof

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