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Fall Arrest Anchor Point Systems

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Fall Arrest Anchor Point Systems: Pioneering Safety in Skyscraper Heights

In the race to touch the sky, high-rise buildings have transformed urban landscapes. Yet, for those who maintain and repair these towering structures, safety is paramount. Step into the revolutionary world of Fall Arrest Anchor Point Systems, ensuring that every vertical endeavor is grounded in unwavering security.

Rising Above with Fall Arrest Systems

At vertiginous heights, a single misstep can be catastrophic. Fall Arrest Anchor Point Systems are specifically designed for such scenarios. They act as the unsung heroes, catching workers in the unlikely event of a fall, ensuring that they remain suspended safely until rescue can be orchestrated.

Don't wait for an incident,
Proactively implementing and maintaining height safety systems is critical for protecting your workers and meeting your obligations.
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Ensuring Compliance in Sky-High Operations

High-rise buildings come with their unique set of challenges and regulations. Maintaining compliance with evolving safety standards is not just a necessity; it's a moral obligation. Integrating top-tier Fall Arrest Systems is a testament to a building's commitment to safety, adhering to both local and international standards.

SAS's Commitment to Elevated Safety

SAS Projects recognizes the importance of a robust Fall Arrest Anchor Point System in the narrative of high-rise safety. We champion systems that are rigorously tested, certified, and tailored to cater to the unique demands of each skyscraper.

Technological Advancements: Safety Meets Sophistication

Modern-day Fall Arrest Systems aren't just about functionality; they're about precision. Leveraging cutting-edge technology, these systems are designed to offer maximum freedom of movement while ensuring instantaneous response during fall incidents.

Holistic Approach to High-Rise Safety

While the anchor points act as the frontline defense against falls, the overall efficacy of a Fall Arrest System lies in its holistic design. From the quality of ropes and harnesses to regular inspections and worker training, every element plays a pivotal role in the safety matrix.


The journey to construct and maintain skyscrapers is filled with challenges. Yet, with SAS's Fall Arrest Anchor Point Systems, these challenges are met with unparalleled safety solutions. As urban skylines continue to evolve, the importance of such systems in ensuring the well-being of every individual working at such heights cannot be overstated. Embrace a future where the sky is not the limit, but every ascent is anchored in safety.

Codes of Practice - Australian Standards

How to Manage Work Health & Safety Risks - Code of Practice (Safe Work Australia). 

This code provides practical guidance for businesses on how to identify, assess, and control workplace hazards to minimize risks to workers' health and safety.

Industry Codes for Fixed Platforms, Fall Arrest Systems,Static Lines, Walkways, Guardrails, Stairways, and Access Ladders (WAHA).

This industry code, published in September 2021, provides guidance on the design, installation, and maintenance of fixed platforms, walkways, guardrails, stairways, and ladders for working at height.

Elevated Work Platforms (EWPs)

EWPs are mobile units used to provide temporary access for people or equipment to elevated areas, often referred to as "cherry pickers" or "scissor lifts".

Advantages of Davit Systems:

Relatively low rental cost

Versatile reach range


Larger units can have significant footprints

Generally, two-person use capacity

Industry Code for Permanent Anchor Systems, Lifeline & Rail Installations for Working at Height (WAHA).

This code offers guidance on the design, installation, and maintenance of permanent anchor systems, lifeline, and rail installations for working at height.

Managing the Risk of Falls at Workplaces - Code of Practice (Safe Work Australia).

This code provides practical guidance on managing risks associated with falls at workplaces, including risk assessment and control measures.


Selecting the right facade maintenance system requires careful consideration. Each building is unique, and height safety solutions are not one-size-fits-all. At SAS Projects, we can assist you with new system designs or conduct auditing and/or system installation on your existing buildings. For advice on your requirements, contact us on the form below: