Our Anchor Points & Safety Products In Sydney

Anchor Points

Sydney Anchor Points have sorted through all the options available on the market and selected the best available. We supply and install roof anchor points, concrete anchor points, ladder brackets, and access hatches. The range we use is our first choice as they are the best in their class for anchor points and safety systems. There are a number of reasons for this choice:

Energy absorbing feature:

This is the single most important feature. In the past anchor points were large, unwieldy items that had to be installed around roof rafters, etc. The latest technology anchor points have a unique energy absorbing feature that ensures extra safety if an incident should occur. Instead of falling and stopping abruptly with standard anchor points, our range allows for absorption, effectively "cushioning" the fall and further reducing injuries if a fall is further than 1 or 2 meters. This feature also prevents damage to the structure or roof should an incident occur.

Easy to install:

Since most installations will be on existing buildings it is important for any anchor points to be easy to install with no damage to the existing structure. Our entire anchor point range is easy to install, has little to no impact on the existing structure and can quickly be added without hassle. They are also less expensive, easier and faster to install than anchor points from yesteryear.

Ascetically pleasing:

The range of anchor points we recommend has been designed to minimise visual impact when installed. A number of other anchor points stand out like the proverbial 'sore thumb'. Our range of anchor points is designed to fit in, under and around existing buildings and preserve the existing look. Hiding under tiles, seamlessly attaching to metal sheeted roofs and safely into concrete slabs, they are small, neat, tidy and can hardly be seen from a distance.

Australian made & tested:

Our range is designed and manufactured right here in Australia in accord with the Australian and New Zealand Standards of safety (namely AS/NZS 1891.4 and AS/NZS 1891.2) and are rigorously tested for our unique Australian weather conditions.