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Static Line Systems

Height safety static line systems provide continuous attachment points on high-rise structures, ensuring worker safety during maintenance or inspection tasks.

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Static Line System Sydney: Enhancing Roof Safety and Efficiency

SAS Projects specializes in supplying, installing, certifying, and maintaining static line systems in NSW,ACT and QLD. Our commitment to quality and safety has made us the go-to choice for comprehensive height safety solutions.

The Significance of Static Line Systems

A static line system is a reliable, cost-effective, and safe fall protection solution for areas unsuitable for permanent guardrails. With our expert team, we ensure that all our static line systems meet or exceed relevant Australian standards, codes, and guidelines, including AS1891.2 and AS1891.4.

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Why Choose SAS Projects for Your Static Line System in Sydney?

Our highly experienced system design team works diligently to develop a static line system tailored to your site's specific needs. We take into account an in-depth risk assessment, building design, and access requirements to create a custom height safety solution that meets all obligations and requirements

Benefits of Static Line Systems

At SAS Projects, we provide top-notch static line systems and prioritize customer satisfaction with our 10-year product and installation warranty

- Continuous connection to a fall arrest system across various roof surface elevations.

- Low profile design that blends in with surroundings.

- Intermediate pass-through system for enhanced safety and convenience.

- Suitable for horizontal, vertical, and overhead applications.

- Compatible with various roof surfaces, including roof deck, steel, timber, and concrete structures.

- Fall arrest rated to 22kN for multi-user capability with advanced energy-absorbing properties.

- Locally designed and manufactured from quality 316 stainless steel.

- Prefabricated, modular components for simple, rapid installation.

Expert Installation and Certification

SAS Projects' static line systems can be installed on various surfaces such as metal roof decking, steel, timber, or concrete structures. Our team of accredited height safety installers ensures your static line systems are installed and certified in line with Australian standards and codes.

Compliance with Australian Standards and Regulations

We adhere to all relevant Australian standards, regulations, codes of practice, and guidelines to guarantee our clients a safe and effective static line system.

Codes of Practice - Australian Standards

How to Manage Work Health & Safety Risks - Code of Practice (Safe Work Australia). 

This code provides practical guidance for businesses on how to identify, assess, and control workplace hazards to minimize risks to workers' health and safety.

Industry Codes for Fixed Platforms, Fall Arrest Systems,Static Lines, Walkways, Guardrails, Stairways, and Access Ladders (WAHA).

This industry code, published in September 2021, provides guidance on the design, installation, and maintenance of fixed platforms, walkways, guardrails, stairways, and ladders for working at height.

Elevated Work Platforms (EWPs)

EWPs are mobile units used to provide temporary access for people or equipment to elevated areas, often referred to as "cherry pickers" or "scissor lifts".

Advantages of Davit Systems:

Relatively low rental cost

Versatile reach range

Limitations:

Larger units can have significant footprints

Generally, two-person use capacity

Industry Code for Permanent Anchor Systems, Lifeline & Rail Installations for Working at Height (WAHA).

This code offers guidance on the design, installation, and maintenance of permanent anchor systems, lifeline, and rail installations for working at height.

Managing the Risk of Falls at Workplaces - Code of Practice (Safe Work Australia).

This code provides practical guidance on managing risks associated with falls at workplaces, including risk assessment and control measures.

Conclusion

Selecting the right facade maintenance system requires careful consideration. Each building is unique, and height safety solutions are not one-size-fits-all. At SAS Projects, we can assist you with new system designs or conduct auditing and/or system installation on your existing buildings. For advice on your requirements, contact us on the form below:

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