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Height Safety Inspections

Building owners & managers have a legal obligation to ensure that the height safety assets on buildings are safe for use. This includes performing regular inspections and ensuring that any work carried out at heights is done safely and in compliance with Australian Standards. During a height safety inspection, our team will carefully examine all of your height safety equipment and provide a detailed report on the findings. If the system is in good working order, you'll receive a compliance certificate valid for 12 months. 

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At Abseil Pro, we are dedicated to ensuring the safety and well-being of our clients. Our team of certified professionals has the knowledge and expertise to thoroughly inspect your height safety systems and equipment, ensuring that they are functioning properly and meeting all necessary safety & compliance standards.

Height safety inspections are an important part of any work site, especially when working at heights. Whether you are a construction company, a facility management group, or a property owner, it is crucial to ensure that your height safety systems are in good working order. Our team of experts can help you identify any potential safety hazards and provide recommendations for any necessary repairs or upgrades.

During a height safety inspection, our team will carefully examine all of your height safety equipment, including fall protection systems, guardrails, and anchor points. We will also assess the condition of your ladders, scaffolding, and other equipment used for working at heights.


If your height safety system is in good working order, a compliance certificate will be provided certifying the property for 12 months. If we identify any issues, we will provide a detailed report outlining our findings and recommendations for repair or replacement.

Building owners have a legal and moral obligation to ensure the safety of workers and contractors on their premises. This is known as the duty of care.

Under the duty of care, building owners are required to take reasonable steps to identify and manage any potential hazards that may cause injury or illness to workers and contractors. This includes conducting regular risk assessments and maintaining safe working conditions.

Building owners must also ensure that all workers and contractors have access to the necessary personal protective equipment (PPE) and that they are trained on how to use it properly. Additionally, they must provide first aid facilities and ensure that there are clear emergency procedures in place in case of an accident or injury.

The duty of care also extends to the maintenance and upkeep of the building itself. Building owners must ensure that the structure is in good repair and that all equipment and machinery is regularly inspected and maintained.

Failure to fulfil the duty of care can result in serious injuries or fatalities, as well as legal and financial consequences for the building owner. It is therefore essential that building owners take their obligations seriously and prioritize the safety of their workers and contractors.

Don't take any chances when it comes to height safety. Contact us today to schedule a height safety inspection and ensure the safety of your workers.

It is essential to follow proper safety procedures when working at heights, as it can be a potentially hazardous activity. Technicians should be trained and certified in rope access techniques, and proper safety equipment should be used at all times.

If you need to arrange an inspection of your height safety system components, Book a FREE 1-HOUR CONSULTATION to discuss your requirements. Give yourself peace of mind and trust us to execute the project in a safe, timely, and cost-effective manner. 

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