Ready to use
Scissorsafe don't need a pre-installation process
Scissorsafe Anchorage Points are cast into the structure.
Simply Insert and remove from any Cast-in anchorage Point.
Pour in anchor cost effective.
Re-use the scissor
Tools auto-lock when in use and cannot disengage until user released.
Made of Alloy Steel plate
Ease of worker movement
Work Restraint allows an operative the access and mobility to reach
the leading edge potential fall hazard) to carry out their tasks while
preventing them from potentially falling. The fundamental difference
between Fall Restraint and Fall Arrest is the fall potential. Fall
restraint when used correctly prevents the fall from occurring.
Working in Fall restraint significantly reduces the risk of falling
and therefore the factors relative to fall hazards. If there is any
chance of a fall then it is a fall arrest. A Work restraint anchorage
point should be positioned directly behind the work area to eliminate
the risk of pendulum swing.
Work Positioning is neither a Fall Protection System, nor even a
safety system. When a Work Positioning System is considered to be
a fall protection system, and its user has no back-up fall arrest
system, he or she is exposed to the hazard of falling to a lower
level/object. A Work Positioning System is a tool without which the
work at elevation cannot be performed.
Fall Arrest is the form of fall arrest protection which involves the
safe stopping of a person already falling, ie the Operative is allowed
to fall and the system arrests the fall by decelerating the faller.
The optimum position for a fall arrest anchorage is above head height
and as close vertically to the area of work as possible.By planning
the positions of anchorage points above areas where the user will be
operating in areas unprotected by a temporary edge protection system
will eliminate the risk of pendulum swing in the event of a fall.
Inertia reel fall arrestors are not suitable for situations where
they are required to operate at an angle greater from vertical of
30 degrees. Fall arrest systems anchored at foot level need up
to 6.75 metres to operate- this is unsuitable for most concrete
structures. It is important when planning to use a fall arrest
system that the user will in the event of a fall, fall into
free unobstructed space.