Safety Audit & Certification

Australia Wide Safety Audit & Certification - Height Safety Inspections

Australian standards require that height safety systems be inspected every 12 months. Sometimes the manufacturer may specify more frequent inspections due to the environment. Anchor Point Safety is qualified to inspect and recertify your systems.

Inspection & Recertification

Labelling Tags are attached to your anchorage system to state when they were last inspected. During inspection, we visually inspect all anchor points, fixings, and materials, and check for any damage or signs of wear and tear. Anchor Point Safety uses specialist calibrated testing equipment to test load limits on required roof anchors static line tension.

Our team of experts make sure your height safety systems comply with AS/NZS 1891.4:2009 (industrial fall arrest systems and devices) and AS/NZS 4488.1:1997 (industrial rope access systems) and AS/NZS 1657.2013 (ladders, guardrails, walkways). To show that your system installation is compliant with Australian standards, we provide a full inspection report. Contact us to speak with a height safety system inspector today!

"I operate a sign company and required some roof anchors to be installed so we could safely install a sign. Anchor Point Safety assisted us with this process, they were professional and safety conscious in their installation processes and we were able to complete our project safely. I would happily recommend Anchor Point Safety for anyone in the market for harness and access systems."

Andy Crosthwaite - Google Review
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Our safety products are designed and engineered to meet Australian standards.

Anchor Point Safety

Head Office

New South Wales
Unit 4/3 Naples Place
Wyong, NSW 2259

1800 007 454

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Legal Responsibilities for Owner/Controller of Premises

Who is classified as the controller of the premises?

As per the Code of Practice for the Management and Control of Asbestos in Workplaces [NOHSC:2002(2005)], the “person with control” may be:

  • The owner of the premises
  • A person who has under any contract or lease an obligation to maintain or repair the premises
  • A person who is occupying the premises
  • A person who is able to make decisions about work undertaken at the premises
  • An employer at the premises

Persons with control of premises have a duty of care to:

  • Develop, implement and maintain an asbestos management plan.
  • Investigate the premises for the presence or possible presence of asbestos-containing material
  • Develop and maintain a register of the identified or presumed asbestos-containing material, including details on their locations, accessibility, condition, risk assessments, and control measures.
  • Develop measures to remove the asbestos-containing materials or otherwise to minimize the risks and prevent exposure to asbestos
  • Ensure the control measures are implemented as soon as possible and are maintained as long as the asbestos-containing materials remain in the workplace.