Our main concern is making sure you are safe.

Working At Heights Association Member

What Is The Working At Heights Australian Standard?

The Working At Heights Australian Standard is designed to help Australian workplaces at height provide a safe environment for workers. The key elements of the Working At Heights Australian Standard are:

  • AS/NZS 1657 Fixed platforms walkways stairways and ladders – Design construction and installation

  • AS/NZS 1891.1 Industrial fall-arrest systems & devices – Harnesses & ancillary equipment

  • AS/NZS 1891.2 Industrial fall-arrest systems & devices – Horizontal lifeline & rail systems

  • AS/NZS 1891.3 Industrial fall-arrest systems & devices – Fall-arrest devices

  • AS/NZS 1891.4 Industrial fall-arrest systems & devices – Selection, Use & Maintenance

  • AS/NZS 1892 Portable Ladders

  • AS/NZS 2865 Confined Spaces

  • AS/NZS 4142.3 Fibre Ropes – man-made fibre rope for static life rescue lines

  • AS/NZS 4488.1 Industrial rope access systems – Specifications

  • AS/NZS 4488.2 Industrial rope access systems – Selection, Use & Maintenance

  • AS/NZS 5532 Manufacturing requirements for single-point anchor device used for harness-based work at height

WAHA Member

As part of our dedication to best practice methods, tredRITE is a WAHA [Working At Height Association] Affiliate Member. WAHA assists in developing the skills of its members, as well as providing the latest information on industry issues, standards and workplace law developments relating to working at height. The Association requires the highest standard of skill, integrity and responsibility of its members, offering reassurance to our clients.

Lives depend on the efficiency and stability of height safety equipment. WAHA doesn't take this lightly, and nor do we. Below is the code we work by.

WAHA Membership Code of Conduct:

  • To promote the use of Working-at-Height products manufactured and certified to the appropriate Australian Standards.
  • To promote the safe use of Working-at-Height equipment in line with Australian Standards and the appropriate Safe Work Australia Codes of Practice;
  • To conduct all business activities ethically and with integrity and respect for the community;
  • Undertake any role requested and accepted on behalf of the Association and its members;
  • Aim to bring long term advantage to the Working-at-Height industry rather than short term advantage of individuals or companies.