Our Universal Roof Rail System has been designed and tested to allow attachments to fascia, rafters and beams for the purpose of controlling the risk to workers of falling from roofs and work areas.
The system is designed for residential, commercial and Industrial use and complies with AS/NZ4994.1 (2009) for platforms and roofs with up to a 26 degree pitch.
Providing a 3 meter maximum span between posts and can be installed at a maximum height of 6.4 meters on new or existing dwellings.
Complete Edge Protection Roof Rail System complies with Occupational Health & Safety Legislation including relevant Codes of Practice and Australian Standards.
Complete Edge Protection supply and install Tigertails on power lines that are connected to the home. They do not have the authority to install Tigertails to powerlines outside of the property boundary.
Tigertails are synthetic tubes that wrap over powerlines, they protect tradesmen such as roofers, plumbers, builders etc from any accidental contact with live powerlines.
Tigertails do not provide full protection from live electricity but a visual indication of overhead powerlines.
Complete Edge Protection can provide temporary rail protection for roofs with a pitch of up to 27 degrees and a height of up to 6.5 meters. Our installers have been trained and achieved competence in the erection and dismantling process.
The installation, erection or removal of our roof rail system is according to disciplined procedures to control risks and hazard identification, including working at heights, electrical safety and environmental factors.
Complete Edge Protection only employee industry trained professionals who have previous experience in the roofing game. We follow the Australian Standard for Roof Edge Protection (AS/NS4994) that requires proprietary roof rail systems be installed by competent employees and maintained to manufactures recommendations.
The installation team will supply a Safe Work Method Statement to the client that includes hazard identification and risk management.
Risk management includes the inspection of roof access points, roof height, roof materials and cladding, roof slope, truss rafter length and pitch, rafter and truss spacing. The structural strength of members, including studs, that are to support loads imposed by rail system in the event of an impact.
The provided assessment will cover the use of ladders, personal fall protection and harnesses, operation of elevated work platforms and restrictions due to proximity of power lines and other services.