training

SAFERIGHT specialises in
high risk training courses

E-LEARNING

SAFERIGHT provides
online learning for your
convenience

PRODUCTS

SAFERIGHT manufactures
height safety, confined space
and rescue equipment

SERVICES

SAFERIGHT conducts
risk assessments,safety audits,
equipment inspections and more

SAFERIGHT was established in 1990 in Perth, Western Australia by Mack McCormack (founder and Director) and has since grown to be one of Australia’s leading safety training providers and manufacturers of height safety, confined space and rescue equipment.

SAFERIGHT is a registered Training Organisation (RTO Number 5722) and offers a wide range of National Units of Competency in the height safety, confined space and rescue fields. The curriculum for each course covers the applicable skills and techniques as well as the relevant knowledge required of the Occupational Health and Safety Regulations, Australian Standards and Industry Codes. Read more


HARNESS TESTING VIDEOS

SURVEY 1 - LOWER BODY HARNESS VERSUS FULL BODY HARNESS

SURVEY 2 - FIXED LENGTH LANYARDS VERSUS ADJUSTABLE (MANUAL) LANYARDS (TYPE 1 DEVICE) AND FIXED LENGTH LANYARDS VERSUS ADJUSTABLE (AUTOMATIC) RETRACTING LANYARD/INERTIA REEL (TYPE 2/3 DEVICE)

VIDEO 3 - MISUSE OF ADJUSTABLE LANYARD, E.G. SLACK IN THE SYSTEM

VIDEO 4 - EDUCATIONAL VIDEO ON THE DANGERS OF USING A LANYARD WITHOUT A SHOCK ABSORBER IN THE SYSTEM 


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LATEST NEWS

    Survey - Australian Standards PLEASE VOTE

    Survey for Lower Body Harnesses and Fixed Length Lanyards. LOWER BODY HARNESS - HISTORY Lower Body (Half Harnesses) were allowed into the Australian Standard in 2007. Manufacturers’ licensed to produce safety harnesses to AS/NZ  read more

    Article Posted on Wednesday, September 17, 2014

    Working at Heights Association involvement with Australian Standards

    Working at Heights Association (WAHA) and its members are recommending to the SF015 committee tasked with reviewing the Australian Standards to remove fixed length lanyards from Australian Standards and therefore the minimum benchmark for height   read more

    Article Posted on Monday, September 08, 2014