Safety Training Products, Courses & Services from Saferight Perth

Saferight is a: 
  • Nationally recognised registered training organisation (RTO).
  • Manufacturer of Fallright height safety, confined space and rescue equipment.
  • Provider of services such as onsite risk assessments, safety audits and height safety equipment inspections.
  • Provider of rope access professionals able to perform locally, nationally and globally.

We offer an extensive range of nationally accredited courses, covering everything from 4WD training in Perth to Elevated Work Platform training. To find out more about the courses that we offer, please call, email, or use the contact form on our website. Whatever your needs, we will be more than happy to tailor a solution for you.

Assessing Your Needs

As highly experienced professionals with an in-depth understanding of safety in the workplace, we can do a lot more than simply provide your employees with safety and rescue training. In Perth, or at your site location, Saferight can deliver training that will enable your workers to carry out their duties safely and efficiently. We can conduct onsite risk assessments, evaluate the training needs of your workforce and put together a comprehensive plan to deal with any deficiencies identified. If you would like to arrange an evaluation, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us to make an appointment. Whether you wish to discuss training for a group of employees who will be carrying out work at heights or a team of first aid officers who need to know how to use the latest rescue equipment, Saferight has the trainers and the expertise to meet all of your requirements.

Perth's Leading Manufacturer of Safety & Rescue Equipment

In addition to running accredited courses that meet the needs of a wide variety of companies in Western Australia, such as breathing apparatus training, we also manufacture a range of safety equipment for use in the workplace, including high quality height safety equipment. As a Perty based Quality Endorsed Company (holders of ISO 9001 certification) and a fully licensed manufacturer producing full body harnesses and other products in accordance with AS/NZ 1891.1, you can rely on us to supply safety hardware of the very highest quality, manufactured to withstand the rigours of daily use in the most demanding of environments. All of the products that we produce are manufactured right here in WA, in our state-of-the-art factory.

Let Us Help You Make Your Perth or site based Workplace a Safe Environment

Whether you have employees working on remote construction sites across the state or in one particular location - in a manufacturing or industrial facility - we can provide you with the necessary training and equipment to ensure the safety of your workforce. We invite you to call us today to discuss your requirements. From Perth or site based EWP training, driving courses, general workplace safety training, and training in incident response, to the provision, maintenance and certification of safety and rescue equipment, you can trust Saferight to assist you in meeting and exceeding all relevant safety standards.

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



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