Safety Equipment Testing and Tagging – Saferight Services

Saferight offers harness and other safety equipment inspection and tagging services in accordance with AS/NZS 1891.4:2009. We provide a full inspection, proof load testing (if applicable), logging and certification service to all your Perth buildings ensuring they maintain compliance with current regulations. Under the supervision of Mack McCormack, the Founder of Saferight, and the Australian Army’s Senior Climbing and Survival Instructor, our team of experienced and licensed inspectors are professionally trained and competent to inspect a variety of personal protective equipment (PPE) including anchor points, static line systems, safety harnesses, lanyards, ropes and protective equipment alongside ladder, handrail and walkway systems.

Safety Compliance

The Occupational Safety & Health Regulations (OSH) requires that fall arrest equipment and devices provided at the workplace must be inspected at intervals not exceeding 6 months. It is a legal requirement to have your equipment inspected.

On completion of the safety equipment testing and inspection:

  • Each piece of equipment is tagged with a serial number, date of manufacture and next inspection date tag
  • A certificate for each piece of equipment inspected is issued

RGBY Inspection System

Saferight use the RGBY inspection system which allows an easy way to verify that your equipment is safe for use or when your equipment is due for inspection.

  • Red – January to March
  • Green – April to June
  • Blue – July to September
  • Yellow – October to December



As a licensed manufacturer to AS/NZS 1891.1, and a Quality Endorsed Company to ISO 9001 (QEC20205), we continue to design, build and test various safety equipment to develop better means of working at heights, safely perform rescue operations and working efficiently in all industries. With over 301 years of experience in the manufacture, sale and testing of safety anchors, tools and accessories, we have the technical expertise to determine how a piece of equipment should work when exposed to different pressures under various conditions. 

For bulk equipment test and tagging please contact our Sales/Support Department on 1800 352 335 or email You can bring our equipment to our facility or we can schedule an appointment to visit your facility for bulk servicing.