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Building safety equipment, or fall arrest installations, are essential to ensure operatives remain safe when carrying out their work at height. Architects, specifiers and contractors must include fall arrest equipment as part of a new building to ensure it is legally compliant with regulations. Similarly, older structures, which may have undergone extensions, must be made legally compliant through retrofit fall protection.

We deliver solutions for customers in all kinds of industry sectors. Our experienced and highly qualified engineers deliver the full range of fall arrest equipment. We work with other key elements in the supply chain to design access strategies for new build projects, refurbishments, retrofits and heritage buildings.

As well as the full range of installations, we also offer a consultancy service, risk assessments, supply PPE and end-user training.

Installation

Building safety equipment, or fall arrest installations, are essential to ensure operatives remain safe when carrying out their work at height. Architects, specifiers and contractors must include fall arrest equipment as part of a new building to ensure it is legally compliant with regulations. Similarly, older structures, which may have undergone extensions, must be made legally compliant through retrofit fall protection.

We deliver solutions for customers in all kinds of industry sectors. Our experienced and highly qualified engineers deliver the full range of fall arrest equipment. We work with other key elements in the supply chain to design access strategies for new build projects, refurbishments, retrofits and heritage buildings.

As well as the full range of installations, we also offer a consultancy service, risk assessments, supply PPE and end-user training.

Working at height is, according to the Health and Safety Executive, one of the biggest causes of fatalities and major injuries in the workplace. The safety of operatives working at height should always be the first consideration, which is why the regular testing and inspection of safety systems is imperative.

It is a legal requirement that all fall restraint or arrest, rescue and rope access systems are inspected, tested, tagged and supported with formal certification.

Following installation, all systems must be inspected and tested annually by a suitably competent and qualified person to ensure they are fit for purpose; in accordance with the Work at Height Regulations 2005, BS 7883, BS EN 795, BS EN 353-1, BS EN 353-2, and manufacturer’s specific recommendations.

Rope access systems are also subject to the Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER), which stipulates six monthly inspections. Personal protective equipment (PPE) should also be inspected at least every 6 months, depending upon use.

If certification expires, or a system is subjected to a fall, it is your responsibility to ensure it is inspected, repaired where necessary, and recertified before further use.

Our certificates are within the most comprehensive provided within the industry, giving our clients peace of mind and a high level of certainty that the equipment being used is absolutely safe and fit for purpose

 

Testing and Certification

Testing and Certification

Working at height is, according to the Health and Safety Executive, one of the biggest causes of fatalities and major injuries in the workplace. The safety of operatives working at height should always be the first consideration, which is why the regular testing and inspection of safety systems is imperative.

It is a legal requirement that all fall restraint or arrest, rescue and rope access systems are inspected, tested, tagged and supported with formal certification.

Following installation, all systems must be inspected and tested annually by a suitably competent and qualified person to ensure they are fit for purpose; in accordance with the Work at Height Regulations 2005, BS 7883, BS EN 795, BS EN 353-1, BS EN 353-2, and manufacturer’s specific recommendations.

Rope access systems are also subject to the Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER), which stipulates six monthly inspections. Personal protective equipment (PPE) should also be inspected at least every 6 months, depending upon use.

If certification expires, or a system is subjected to a fall, it is your responsibility to ensure it is inspected, repaired where necessary, and recertified before further use.

Our certificates are within the most comprehensive provided within the industry, giving our clients peace of mind and a high level of certainty that the equipment being used is absolutely safe and fit for purpose

 

Maintenance

It’s not a problem if safety equipment becomes damaged or worn out, work at height systems are designed to be used, it does however become a problem if they’re not properly repaired and maintained. It is your legal obligation to ensure that equipment is safe for use, CEB Safety are trained to install and maintain the following safety equipment;

Cable and rail based horizontal and vertical safety systems
Fixed and free standing guard rails
Walkways
Mobile man anchors
Fixed cat ladders
Eyebolts including “Pushlocks”
Davit arms
Rope access systems and abseil anchors
Gantries
Cradles

Maintenance

It’s not a problem if safety equipment becomes damaged or worn out, work at height systems are designed to be used, it does however become a problem if they’re not properly repaired and maintained. It is your legal obligation to ensure that equipment is safe for use, CEB Safety are trained to install and maintain the following safety equipment;

Cable and rail based horizontal and vertical safety systems
Fixed and free standing guard rails
Walkways
Mobile man anchors
Fixed cat ladders
Eyebolts including “Pushlocks”
Davit arms
Rope access systems and abseil anchors
Gantries
Cradles

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