About Height Services New Zealand

Since the formation of Height Services NZ in 2004, our business has grown dramatically, predominantly through referral, which is testament not only to the high standards we work to, but also the high level of value and satisfaction our clients experience.

We offer solutions to your height safety problems, from ensuring your Personal Protection Equipment meets New Zealand Standards, to designing, installing and load testing anchor points and fall arrest systems.

We are dedicated to customer satisfaction!

Honeywell Safety Approved Installers

We use Honeywell Safety Products a leading global manufacturer of personal protective equipment.

In an unregulated industry we are Honeywell height safety systems approved installers - trained and certified by Honeywell for Honeywell Safety Products.

Height Services NZ provide fall protection products:

  • Personal fall protection equipment
  • Engineered fall arrest systems
  • Anchor Points, Ladders & Platforms for working at height
  • Fall prevention barrier solutions.

Our professional height safety services include:

  • Height Safety Solutions Consulting
  • Height Safety Assessments and Audits,
  • Installation & Certification
  • Inspection & Re-certification
  • Repairs for Height Safety Systems

Australian & New Zealand Standards

All Height Services NZ work complies to the below standards.

AS/NZS 1891
Australian/New Zealand Standard for Industrial fall-arrest systems and devices

  • AS/NZS 1891.1:2007 - Harnesses and ancillary Equipment
  • AS/NZS 1891.2:2001 - Horizontal lifeline and rail systems
  • AS/NZS 1891.3:1997 - Fall-arrest devices
  • AS/NZS 1891.3:2009 - Selection, use and maintenance

AS/NZS 5532:2013
Australian/New Zealand Standard for Manufacturing requirements for single point anchor device used for harness-based work at height

Legal Requirements for Working at Height

While working at height, additional hazards and risks will be encountered.

Extra consideration should be given to ensure you comply with all relevant New Zealand health and safety requirements.

All people working at height should receive adequate training to ensure the safety of themselves and others. Thorough hazard awareness assessments should also be conducted to reduce the possible risk of injury while working at height.

Height Services NZ recommend all clients consult the following documents to understand the requirements.

Best practice guidelines for working at height in New Zealand

Best practice guidelines for working on roofs in New Zealand

Height Services NZ Team

Carl Prenter

Carl Prenter - Project Manager

Gil Tuffin

Gil Tuffin - Operations Manager

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