// Category: Working At Height

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Fall Protection Lanyards

Falling from height kills people. The personal cost to families and friends and loved ones is unmeasurable. The financial cost to businesses can be devastating. As an employer, the importance of...

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WAH Regulations Explained

There are 19 Regulations in total, of which 11 actually refer to working at height. The remaining 8 deal with definitions, changes to other acts and special exemptions. For the most part, these...

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Fall Protection System Inspection

The Work at Height Regulations of 2005 outline all the requirements companies and workers must implement in order to ensure workplace safety. In order to be fully in compliance with the law sites...

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Fall Protection System Inspection

The Work at Height Regulations of 2005 outline all the requirements companies and workers must implement in order to ensure workplace safety. In order to be fully in compliance with the law sites...

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Working Safely With Ladders

There are some 15 fatal accidents and nearly 4000 major injuries work every year in the UK involving safety ladder. So what excuse would you make if an untrained employee died or was seriously...

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How To Wear A Height Safety Harness

When you learn how to wear a height safety harness, you realise there’s a lot more to it than simply throwing it on and hoping for the best. Every type of full body harness has to be worn in the...

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What Is ‘Fall Restraint’?

Working in restraint allows an operative the access and mobility required to reach the leading edge and carry out their tasks whilst being prevented from potentially falling. TYPES OF RESTRAINT There...

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Anchorage Guide for Work At Height

There are many types of fall arrest anchorage equipment including chemical, expansion, ground, temporary and permanent, but which one would you choose and on what basis would you make that choice?...

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Connectors: The No. 1 Mistake

All too often Leading Edge trainers visit work sites only to find people working at height making the same mistake again and again. Is it a minor mistake? No! It is one that would be catastrophic if...

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