Download the HSE height safety assessment toolkit

Build a height safety picture of your workplace

Everyone has a role to play in reducing the number of falls that occur at workplaces. Understanding where your risk areas are, what systems you have in place and their state of compliance can go a long way in identifing the shortcomings that may be placing your team at risk. Our height safety toolkit will walk you through the process of finding each piece of the height safety puzzle your 

Why improving height safety matters

Falls from height remain steadfastly as one of the most common causes of fatalities and injuries at the workplace. Every year, far too many workers are injured or killed as a result of a fall from height. Data collected from SafeWork Australia shows that:


fatalities recorded as a result of falls from height in 2023.


of all workplace accidents involve a fall, slip or trip of a person

Unfortunately, these numbers have not reduced in the last decade. Only active participation in workplace safety can bring real change.

A worker at teh bottom of a ladder looking up it to his colleague, who is at the top.
How the assessment works
Step 1)
Identifying risk areas

Being able to work out where a fall is likely to occur is the first step in starting your height safety journey.

Step 2)
Identifying existing systems

In many cases, workplaces may already have safety systems installed. The toolkit will assist in working out what systems, if any, already exist.

Step 3)
Checking compliance

Installing a height safety system is not a “one and done” thing. Systems have to be maintained and kept in compliance.

Step 4)

A safety system does no one any good if no one knows how it works. Full system documentation is an important part of protecting people.

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Identify, assess and mitigate your height safety risks.
Start building a safety picture for your workplace

Download the free HSE height safety assessment toolkit and start your journey towards an increased understanding of your height safety risks and how they can be mitigated.