Fall Arrest System Inspection
A fall arrest system inspection is about recognising the procedures and guidelines that protect people working at heights. Our team has extensive knowledge of Mansafe fall arrest systems. Additionally, we possess accredited certification and are able to lean on years of experience carrying out height safety inspections. Here at Streval, we combine all this and more to ensure safety is paramount. Whenever we inspect fall arrest and restraint systems, we do so following the guidelines laid out by the EN 795. The EN 795 dictates the technical requirements of personal fall protective equipment.
It is recommended that arrest and restrain equipment, installed onto and inside buildings, is inspected and certified annually. Harnesses and lanyards should also be inspected at 6 monthly intervals. Our market leading evaluation safety services can help steer your project in the right direction. For your next fall arrest system inspection, think Streval.
Fall Arrest Equipment Inspection
As part of our fall arrest equipment inspection service, we examine personal fall restraint anchors (eyebolts). A fall restraint system works to prevent falls by restricting access to the fall hazard. Whether installed internally or externally, we are able to examine class A1 anchor eyebolts to ensure they are meeting technical safety standards. These types of fall restraint are often used by window cleaners as anchor points. They can then attach a harness system and carry out their job safely. A regular fall arrest equipment inspection is important to maintain the safety of key fall arrest equipment, as well as contractors and workers.
If you follow the link below, you will be taken to a contact form in which you can request more information about our fall arrest equipment inspection service. We are happy to discuss your project requirements in greater depth, and strive to provide an all encompassing solution as quickly as possible.
Our Fall Arrest System Services
As an owner of cable fall arrest or restraint systems, you are legally required to have fall protection equipment inspected under WAHR 2005, BS 8437 and EN 365 by competent persons.Find Out More
Inspecting fall arrest equipment made from webbing or rope is a requirement under the Personal Protective Equipment at Work regulations 1992.Find Out More
Single point anchors are widely used to protect workers from fall hazards adjacent to openings and are categorised as Class A1 Fall Protection anchors under BS EN 795.Find Out More
What is a Fall Arrest System?
A Fall Arrest System refers to groups of equipment intended to prevent falls while working at heights. These systems usually consist of full-body harnesses, connecting means, and anchorage points. These components work in conjunction with each other to create a safe and secure working environment.
Why is a Fall Arrest System Inspection Necessary?
Inspections of your Fall Arrest Systems are vital to maintain a safe working environment. Your older equipment may no longer be compliant with safety standards, and damaged equipment can pose a risk to life. An inspection will identify these faults and provide instructions about how to remedy them, which could save a life.
How Often Should Fall Arrest Systems be Inspected?
You should have a Fall Arrest System Inspector assess the condition of your equipment every six months. This will ensure that brewing problems are addressed, dangerous situations are avoided, and your employees remain safe at work.
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