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Kedge positioning advice

During the Kedge installation training, roofers are introduced to the use of anchor points and naturally also to the positioning and installation of the Kedge Anchor Point.

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Kedge positioning advice

During the Kedge installation training, roofers are introduced to the use of anchor points and naturally also to the positioning and installation of the Kedge Anchor Point.

Kedge positioning advice

Kedge Safety Systems recommends working on flat roofs while hooked up to a lifeline in accordance with the working method for area limitation. The correct positioning of the anchor points is essential here. Kedge’s positioning advice helps you to determine the positions of anchor points on flat roofs very quickly and accurately.

Complete working drawing

Kedge’s positioning advice turns your roof drawing into a complete working drawing for fall protection (including a legend). This approach completes your Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment (HIRA). Thanks to Kedge’s positioning advice, we can provide clear advice for every roof, allowing you to draw up an action plan

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Additional measures

The working drawing also states where there is insufficient room to work safely hooked up from anchor points. In these locations one can opt for safety fencing or temporary measures against a fall hazard, like an access platform or scaffolding. Warning signs for fall protection are also indicated on the working drawing.

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Individual anchor points

In most cases, individual anchor points will be sufficient rather than cable systems that are relatively expensive to purchase and maintain. And if you have to access a roof or roof section very frequently, collective fall protection in the shape of safety fencing will be mandatory.

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