Fall Protection Post

Ascent™ Fall Protection Post

We specialise in the manufacture of structural anchor posts or fall protection post, as they are commonly called, for use with cable based fall protection systems conforming to EN 795 Class C, rail based fall protection systems to EN 795 Class D and abseil access points to BS 7985:2002

Our Ascent™ post range is specifically designed for attachment to a reinforced concrete background. 

Fall Protection Post

- The Ascent fall protection post range comprises 9 standard posts; 
End, corner & intermediate anchor posts. Each of which is available in small (up to 215mm) medium (216-415mm) & large (416-615mm) 

- The Ascent range is designed in accordance with the requirements of EN 795 and is backed by Structural Engineers calculations. Each post is manufactured in accordance with our strict quality procedures in accordance with BS EN ISO 3834-2:2005 and BS EN 1090-1:2009 + A1:2011 and are CE Marked. 

- Where required we are able to manufacture posts to your design for attachment to a wide range of structural backgrounds; - Masonry - Structural steelwork - Structural timber 

- We manufacture structural anchor posts designed to take both fall arrest and suspension loads (abseil). Our range of posts is designed to cope with the differing loads experienced at system ends, corners and intermediates. 

Weathering Caps can also be supplied for our fall protection post.

- We also offer Abseil access posts either for individual attachment or for the fixing of an abseil rail to BS 7985:2002.

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A few Ascent™ Fall Protection Post that we have supplied. 

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What We Do

Wherever roof access is required, designers are tasked with creating a safe route to and from the place of work. Following the hierarchy of safety collective protection measures should always be considered above individual fall protection solutions.

D-marc is classed as a form of Collective Demarcation Protection in accordance with the HSE's hierarchy of risk management as set out within the Working at Height Regulations 2005 (WAHR). The WAHR 2005 Part 3 illustrates the use of a demarcation system as an "example of taking other additional suitable and sufficient measures to prevent a fall''. The demarcation system is to be placed a safe distance from the fall hazard (normally >2m). Health and Safety Roofwork HSG33 states that "where work is not done at the edge, demarcation barriers can be provided at a safe distance from the edge (usually at least 2 metres). e.g. work on an air-conditioning unit in the middle of a roof."