A Temporary Work Restraint System will provide a high level of safety for workers when operating in areas with unprotected fall hazards and leading edges.
Temporary Work Restraint Systems consist of components that restrict the workers movement within a safe working zone, preventing them from reaching the fall hazard.
When installed the Work Restraint system provides a high level of safety and where four user’s can operate in a safe working zone.
Scissorsafe anchorage’s are linked to Temporary Horizontal Lifelines (also referred to as Running Lines ). The maximum length of the temporary lifeline is 20 metres, typically they will be positioned 3 metres from the leading edge running parallel to it which provides a safe working zone of 60 square metres.
Four workers have complete freedom of movement along the lifeline without needing to transfer from one anchor point to another. This allows them to pass equipment , materials and tools to each other or to any point in the safe working zone.
Design & Technical Support
To be effective, a fall protection or Work Restraint system must be planned to ensure that exposed leading edges where there is potential for falling are accessible from an anchorage point or running line.
The starting point for utilising the scissorsafe system begins with a site visit where we assess the shape and external envelope of the structure identifying the potential risks to the workforce.
A CAD file will be produced showing lifeline runs and anchorage positions where cast-in void formers will be positioned to support them.
We also offer a fast estimating service offering fast turnaround quotes, simply email a pdf copy of the structures footprint to email@example.com.