To complement our specialist work at height training, we are proud to offer our own range of access equipment. Because we work direct with manufacturers we can also make up bespoke kits such as rescue kits and ladder restraint kits that suit your specific needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
Essentially, the key difference between work position and fall arrest is that work restraint is a technique developed to restrict the operative from approaching an area with a leading edge and a potential fall. Fall arrest is primarily designed to give the operative freedom of movement around leading edges, and should a fall occur, it will arrest the fall and prevent an individual from hitting the ground/surface. There will be different equipment requirements and differing levels of training needed.
As long as a harness meets the relevant safety regulations (EU)2016/425 and is manufactured to applicable standards such as EN 361 and approved by local UKCA bodies, they will all protect an individual should a fall occur.