Ironically the heating, cooling, and power requirements of large public buildings devoted to education, training and wellness make their rooftops some of the most dangerous places to be.

When it comes to education and hospitals High Engineering fall protection experts determine the right equipment to protect contractors, maintenance personnel, even teachers and students conducting instruction, while accessing heights. Our range of solutions are used to provide safe access and in some cases even prevent access to dangerous areas.

Workers need to access heights for several reasons including maintenance tasks for rooftop mechanical units on hospitals or overhead lights in a school’s theatre. There could be occasions when teachers decide to conduct classroom study on rooftops.

High Engineering reviews all the available mitigation options with our clients to ensure the systems meet the standards and regulations while not impeding the work being completed. We have installed guardrail, single anchors, lifelines, stepovers, work platforms, engineered systems such as rigid rails and designed custom solutions when our standardized product isn’t suitable.

Specialized work procedures are written for each project. Our team delivers on site end user training for all workers and supervisors when required.

Education and Healthcare Fall Safety Solutions
Freestanding Guardrails

Guardrail Systems

Designed to provide perimeter, walkway, and edge fall protection, a High Engineering guardrail system eliminates rooftop falls, alerts workers of potential fall hazards, and provides assistance to pedestrians.
Education and Healthcare Applications

Whether your project is a self-installation, supervised installation, or you require turnkey services, High Engineering Fall Protection specialists are standing by to assist you. Get started by requesting a quote or contact us at (403) 287 0475.

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