All posts by Damaris Hocking

The low down on Single Point Anchor Standards - Settling the confusion

The low down on Single Point Anchor Standards – Settling the confusion

Date Published 5th December 2019

There has been quite a bit of confusion around the Australian and New Zealand Standard for ‘manufacturing requirements for single-point anchor device used for harness-based work at height’ (AS/NZS 5532: 2013). AS/NZS 5532 was introduced back in 2013 and remains the current standard which anchor points, one of the most critical fall protection devices, need […]

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The highest standards of safety, quality and environmental management

The highest standards of safety, quality and environmental management

Date Published 23rd October 2019

The Anchor Safe team works hard to stay at the top of our game so you can rest easy, knowing you’re working with industry leaders in height safety, quality and compliance We’re proud to say we recently achieved certification in three key international standards: ISO 45001: 2018 Occupational Health & Safety ISO 9001: 2015 Quality […]

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5 Ways to Minimise Risk When Working at Heights

5 Ways to Minimise Risk When Working at Heights

Date Published 27th June 2018

Well known as a major phobia, the human relationship with heights is a tricky one, and often fraught with danger. Yet, as our civilisation’s desire for that upward view sees no limit, and thousands of Australian workers risk their lives to take to the skies, we must remember that safety always comes first. Naturally, what […]

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The importance of height safety for Australian workers

The importance of height safety for Australian workers

Date Published 5th March 2018

Working at heights is a high risk activity. It’s a leading cause of serious injury and death in Australia, with a majority of fatalities occurring in the construction industry. It’s inevitable that workers will be exposed to these risks on a daily basis, which emphasises the importance of building a height safety culture in the […]

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