Rooftop Warning Line System

Warning barriers and bump lines prevent falls by alerting workers to fall hazards. Warning barriers and bump lines should be set up around the work area at least 2 metres (6 feet 6 inches) from unprotected edges.

Description

When a work area is enclosed by properly installed and maintained warning barriers or bump lines, work inside the area can be done without additional fall protection measures. But anyone outside the area who is working less than 2 metres from the edge must use approved fall protection.

Why RoofGuard Warning Line Systems are an Ideal Solution:

These warning line systems are designed for accessing areas of a flat rooftop that are nearing the roof edge (but not within 2m) to provide a visual warning to workers that are approaching a hazard. The system is freestanding, eliminating the need to pierce the roofing membrane, exposing the system to leaks.

Additional information

Certifications

This System Is Designed To Meet Or Exceed All Major Governing Bodies Fall Protection Requirements Including: ANSI, OSHA, OHSA And MOL These Include BGV A1: 2000, EU Directives & CDM Regulations, Health, Safety & Welfare Regulation 13 “Falls Or Falling Objects” 1992

Dimensions

L101” x W31” x H66” (257 x 79 x 168 cm)

Safety

These Fall Prevention Systems Create A Protective Boundary Around the Roof to Prevent Damage from Occurring to The Roof Membrane

Temporary

Designed to be a Temporary Warning Line System for When Work is Occurring on The Rooftop

Versatile

These Rooftop Warning Line Systems Can Be Utilized on a Variety of Applications from Warning About Upcoming The Roof Edges to Skylights

Installation

These Warning Linen Systems are Designed to Be Able to be Installed Easily