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Hydrajaws FAQ

Thursday, 18 April 2019 10:35:31 am Australia/Perth

Frequently Asked Questions about the Hydrajaws Portable Tension Testers. Click on Read More.

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Hydrajaws Bluetooth Digital FAQ

Thursday, 18 April 2019 9:58:17 am Australia/Perth

Frequently Asked Questions about the Hydrajaws Bluetooth Digital Gauge. Click on Read More.

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My Hydrajaws tester has stopped working - there is no reading on the gauge

Thursday, 18 April 2019 9:05:45 am Australia/Perth

The oil bottle is provided with Hydrajaws Model 2000 and Model 2050 testers to allow the user to top up the oil reservoir should this be necessary.

The need to perform an oil top up will vary depending how much the tester is used, in fact how many times the gauge is removed from the device is the deciding factor.

The oil loss is small but does occur every time the gauge is removed, therefore overtime this essential but straight forward onsite maintenance is necessary.

If the Hydrajaws tester is allows to run out of oil then the tester will stop working though is fully recoverable.

Assuming the tester features a detachable gauge arrangement - the tester may simply be out of oil. Follow the oil fill procedure to refill the tester using the dedicated oil bottle.

What oil type is recommended?

Any light mineral hydraulic oil will suffice. The important number is ISO Viscosity Grade 32.

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Posted in Products By Hydrajaws Australia

EASTER SALE 2019

Thursday, 18 April 2019 8:39:45 am Australia/Perth

Please use coupon code "EASTER19" at checkout.

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Posted in Special Offers By Heightech Safety

Immediate Action Required - Inspection Notice 3M DBI-SALA ExoFit NEX Harnesses

Thursday, 18 April 2019 8:09:44 am Australia/Perth

3M Fall Protection has learned of the possibility of a manufacturing defect in a dorsal d-ring utilized in ExoFit NEX™ harnesses manufactured between January 2016 and December 2018. Although there have been no reported incidents involving this condition, a dorsal d-ring with this defect will not support the load in a fall arrest event which could result in serious injury or death. Harnesses manufactured only within this date range require immediate inspection for lot number 09P1 stamped into a dorsal d-ring. We believe that only one harness was manufactured with a defective D-ring, but we urge inspection of all potentially affected harnesses out of an abundance of caution in the interests of worker safety.

To address the situation, 3M Fall Protection is launching a global Inspection Notice. As set out in the attached Notice, all ExoFit NEX™ harnesses manufactured between January 2016 and December 2018 require inspection prior to use.

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Posted in Safety Equipment Alerts By 3M Australia

what is a fall arrest system

Wednesday, 27 March 2019 3:21:49 pm Australia/Perth

What is the scheduled inspection period for harnesses, lanyards, inertia reels, static line systems & anchor points?

Six months for harnesses & lanyards. Twelve months for inertia reels, static line systems and anchor points in accordance with AS/NZS 1891.4. or as per the manufacturers requirements. For equipment used in harsh environments, a more frequent inspection policy is recommended.

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Posted in Safety News By Heightech safety

working at heights codes of practise

Tuesday, 26 March 2019 10:09:16 pm Australia/Perth

working at heights codes of practise

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Posted in Safety News By https://www.waha.org.au/regulator-publications/

Height Safety Standards Australia

Tuesday, 26 March 2019 10:05:55 pm Australia/Perth

Height Safety Standards Australia

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Posted in Safety News By Australian Standards

working at heights

Tuesday, 26 March 2019 9:57:32 pm Australia/Perth

Working at heights is a high risk activity and a leading cause of death and serious injury in Australia.

Between 1 January 2003 and 31 December 2015:

  • 359 workers were killed following a fall from a height—11% of all workers killed over this period.
  • Half of these falls involved falling three metres or less.
  • The greatest number of fatalities involved falling from roofs (59), ladders (54), vehicles (27) and horses (33).
  • Workers aged 45 years and over made up 65% of those who died.
  • The construction industry accounted for 37% of falls-related fatalities.
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Posted in Safety News By https://www.safeworkaustralia.gov.au/heights

Coupon Code to kickstart 2019 - January Promo codes

Monday, 14 January 2019 2:24:49 pm Australia/Perth

Kickstart this new year with our coupon code and save. So if you’re hoping to score a deal on a new PPE and safety equipment, height safety harness, please use this year's coupon code "BACKTOWORK" at checkout.

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Posted in Special Offers By WorkSafeGEAR
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