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Product Recall - Camp Safety's Giant multifunctional descender

Wednesday, 19 September 2018 2:59:27 pm Australia/Perth

On Thursday, July 19th 2018 C.A.M.P. was informed by a training centre of a functional issue when using a Giant in a simulated two-person rescue scenario.

This issue was related to the impossibility to start the rescue descent with a rescue load and it is due to a possible manufacturing defect of the internal mechanism for the batches 12 17 and 03 18.

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Posted in Safety Equipment Alerts By C.A.M.P Safety

The New Petzl RIG: Tech Tips Updated

Monday, 10 September 2018 9:19:41 am Australia/Perth

As the RIG continues to advance, so have all the associated tech tips. This blog contains an overview of the latest updates to the tech tips for the RIG.

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Posted in Products By HEIGHTECH Safety

Crane at Box Hill drops load of concrete into pit where men were working

Thursday, 6 September 2018 10:00:10 am Australia/Perth

A MAN has died and another is fighting for life after a crane accidentally dropped 1.5 tonnes of concrete in Melbourne.

Three men were working in the pit at the basement of the residential building site when the chain holding the kibble - a bucket used to transport concrete on a work site - reportedly snapped.

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Posted in Safety News By HEIGHTECH Safety

Calling for industrial manslaughter laws to be enforced in WA

Friday, 31 August 2018 1:41:45 pm Australia/Perth

Teen worker raised safety concerns before fatal fall

The devastated mother of a teenage boy who fell 12 metres to his death during a building refurbishment has pleaded for tighter regulations on WA worksites, including the introduction of industrial manslaughter laws.

"Someone is going to get killed": Mother reveals her son told her he was worried about the safety of his worksite just eight days before he fell 12metres to his death

  • The mother of a 17-year-old construction worker who fell to his death has spoken 
  • Regan Ballantine's son, Wesley, fell 12 metres through a glass ceiling in 2017
  • She wants tighter regulation on workplace safety and a hazard reporting system
  • Wesley went to his mother eight days before his death, concerned for his safety
  • She says he wasn't comfortable voicing his concerns to the worksite's foreman
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Posted in Safety News By HEIGHTECH Safety

Ferno Australia's newest addition IndustriPOD+ tripod

Monday, 13 August 2018 3:26:46 pm Australia/Perth

Proudly designed and manufactured in Australia, for Australian conditions, both the IndustriPOD and IndustriPOD+ are heavy-duty and durable tripods that exceed the criteria of most international standards.

The new IndustriPOD+ features a one-piece fabricated steel head incorporating:

  • Two stainless steel pulleys which allows two devices to be attached to the tripod simultaneously
  • Three side plate anchor points and
  • Three tie-off points for rigging or stabilisation.
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Posted in Products By HEIGHTECH Safety

Dear Industry Colleagues,

We would like to remind all our Professional Customers that Standards Australia has just released the following drafts of Standards Amendments for Public Comment. Public Comment closes on the 11th of October 2018, so please take the time to read and comment on these vital industry standards.

  • AS/NZS 1891.3 - Fall Arrest Devices
  • AS/NZS 1891.5 - Lanyard Assemblies and Pole Straps
  • AS/NZS 1891.1 - Manufacturing Requirements for Full Body Combination and Lower Body Harnesses.
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Posted in Safety News By Standards Australia

Work Health and Safety Information Session for WA

Wednesday, 25 July 2018 1:16:23 pm Australia/Perth

Work Health and Safety Information Session from DMIRS on Vimeo.

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Posted in Safety News By HEIGHTECH Safety

Bridge climb experience in Perth

Monday, 16 July 2018 8:32:09 am Australia/Perth

Matagarup Bridge zipline to complement bridge climb experience at Perth Stadium

Thrill-seekers may soon be able to climb to the 65-metre peak of Perth's newly-minted Matagarup Bridge and take a high speed zipline back to the ground.

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Posted in Safety News By HEIGHTECH Safety

3M Aura Technical Data Sheet

Monday, 2 July 2018 3:36:14 pm Australia/Perth

3M™ Aura™ Particulate Respirators 9300A+ Series

Technical Data Sheet

The 3M™ Aura™ Particulate Respirator 9300A+ Series provides effective respiratory protection for use in environments where workers will be exposed to airborne dust particles and non-volatile liquid particles.

The 3M™ Aura™ Particulate Respirator 9300A+ Series respirators meet the Class P1 or P2 performance requirements of AS/NZS 1716:2012 for filtering mechanically (P1) and thermally (P2) generated particles. They should be used to protect the wearer from solid and non-volatile liquid particles only. Class P2 respirators are also recommended for use in certain applications against some pathogenic biological airborne particulates such as Influenza virus. A copy of AS/NZS 1716:2012 can be purchased from SAI Global.

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Posted in Products By 3M Australia

Respiratory Protection for Collision Repair Panel Shops

Monday, 2 July 2018 3:17:31 pm Australia/Perth

Use this quick selection guide to find the recommended respiratory protection for your task and face shape.

Please note: if you have identified contaminated air as a hazard, you should put control measures in place to manage exposure. The hierarchy of controls is a system that will guide you to select appropriate controls. The use of respiratory protection is one method of control which can be used in conjunction with other controls.

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Posted in Products By 3M Australia
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