A. A system should be tested to the relevant standards applicable to that region
A. A system should be independently tested via a notified body and evidenced by a Declaration of Conformity Certificate
A. In accordance with EN 795: 2012, a system should be clearly marked to display the following information:
A. Yes. As the world leaders in fall protection - and with an overarching importance on user safety - Latchways has always believed in testing not only to the standard but above and beyond it.
A. Omni-directional performance and Corrosion testing.
A. Materials and Inspection, Range and Recyclability
A. Latchways Registered Installers are exclusive to Latchways and specialise ONLY in Latchways fall protection systems; furthermore Latchways Constant Force post systems can only be installed by a Latchways registered installer. Whilst this not only ensures that the quality of installation is maintained, it also gives the customer confidence that the system will have been installed by a company who has been correctly trained by Latchways.
A. It is important for an organisation to consider the long-term benefits of choosing a Latchways system; the procurement of a Latchways system should be considered as an investment. Whilst there is obviously an initial outlay of capital required, a Constant Force post system can actually benefit an organisation as it then becomes included within their asset register, and can often increase the value of a building. Latchways can also offer a range of maintenance packages for the system—through their Registered Installer network—ensuring that the product is not only safe-to-use, but that it’s lifespan is ensured through regular inspection.