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Height Safety – Railok

Safety

Safety while ascending and descending ladders remains a key issue in many different market sectors. In addition to providing safety, solutions that address these needs cannot restrict operators from completing their work.

Confidence

Rather than utilising a webbed shock absorber that will deteriorate over time, the shuttle device employs a revolutionary metallic absorber to significantly reduce the forces on the user to less than loads allowed by governing bodies.

A key benefit of this technology is the absence of a limited life span common to other metallic parts. Providing the unit passes inspections, Railok™ 90 devices can be used indefinitely.

Additionally, the unique energy absorption properties of the metallic shock absorber restrict normal fall distances, thereby minimising the risks involved. These features provide confidence to the user and security for the client.

Ease of use

The ability of the shuttle device to run the length of the rail unhindered is essential. Any snagging of the shuttle would make it difficult to move freely on the system and could pose safety issues. Addressing this concern, and a key advantage of the Railok™ 90 system is the smooth operation during ascent and descent provided by the design of the shuttle. While allowing freedom of movement up and down, the shuttle locks instantly on the rail in the event of a fall, minimising fall distances and forces on the user.

Vertical fall arrest systems should not restrict foot space on the ladder rungs nor offer resistance to the user as they climb or descend. Made from high-strength extruded stainless steel or aluminium, the Railok™ 90 vertical rail system is available with a wide range of brackets providing installation options in many different configurations – even with narrow gauge ladders where foot space is restricted. These options make the system suitable for many different applications across all market sectors.

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Railok
The Railok system combines a Fall protection system and step ladder all in one to give you a perfect solution for your tower access needs
Unirail
Versatile Rail system, that can be custom bent to suit a variety of situations. From Pilot Boats to Custom Abseil access solutions.
Roofsafe Rail
Perfect Rail solutions for Rope Access davit base solutions, or a simple height safety solutions when cable system fall clearances are available.
Raptor Rail
A great Rail system that can be used for Fall Arrest and Abseil solutions. Can be installed with wide structural spacings

Engineered Systems

A range of Engineered Safety Systems to meet all your Height Safety needs. From Cable Systems, vertical and horizontal. To Rail systems and anchor points, we can provide a system suited to our clients needs.

Mobile Fall Protection

If you require a mobile Fall Protection solution, we have a variety of solutions that can be customised to meet your specific needs.

Access Systems

From Ladders, Walkway, Guardrail to platforms. We offer a wide variety of custom designed Access Systems to meet your needs.

Inspection and Compliance

Keeping your Height Safety Systems inspected and up to date is a critical part of your companies safety compliance. We are able to offer full inspection and certification compliance solutions.


As workplace safety is the number one priority of BAE Systems Australia, we engaged the services of RIGCOM Access to install a fall safety system in our Sydney based maintenance facility. RIGCOM Access were able to professionally tailor a fall safety system to protect our employees whilst working at heights, including on-site training and ongoing product support. We would like to recommend RIGCOM Access to any other safety focused company who requires excellent professional service and quality products.

Tim Devlin, BAE Systems, Maintenance Supervisor