Kee Step Roof Safety Access System: Your Solution for Safer Roof Navigation

When it comes to working on rooftops, safety should always be the top priority. Navigating around obstacles like pipework, HVAC units, and changes in roof levels can pose significant risks to workers. That’s where APS comes in, offering Kee Step Roof Safety Access Systems – providing a secure, reliable, and customisable solution for safer roof navigation. In this guide, we’ll explore the features and benefits of these innovative systems and how they can help protect your workforce while ensuring efficient access to all areas of the roof.

The Importance of Roof Safety Access Systems

Rooftops are inherently dangerous work environments. Falls from height remain one of the leading causes of workplace injuries and fatalities. Traditional methods of navigating rooftops, such as stepping over pipes or attempting to balance on narrow ledges, significantly increase the risk of accidents. A comprehensive roof safety access system is essential for mitigating these risks and ensuring compliance with safety regulations like the Work at Height Regulations, BS 5395: Part 3, EN: 14122, BS 1139-6:2005, PAS 250, and OSHA standards.

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Introducing Kee Step Roof Safety Access Systems from APS

Kee Step Roof Safety Access Systems, is a modular, adaptable, and robust solution for safe rooftop navigation. These systems are designed to provide a level, anti-slip walking surface that allows workers to traverse the roof safely, avoiding trip hazards and obstacles. The step sections are adjustable, making them suitable for use on sloped roofs as well. Additionally, Kee Step protects the roof sheet from foot traffic, extending its lifespan and maintaining its integrity.

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Key Features of Kee Step Systems:

  1. Custom-built step-over platforms: Each Kee Step system is tailored to meet the specific needs of your rooftop, ensuring a perfect fit and optimal safety.
  2. Modular design: The modular components allow for flexible configurations that can adapt to changes in roof levels and heights.
  3. No welding required: Kee Step systems are constructed using tubular fittings and standard modules, eliminating the need for welding and allowing for quick and easy installation with minimal disruption.
  4. Compliance with safety standards: Kee Step systems conform to and often exceed relevant safety standards, including BS EN 14122-3, and are CE marked.
  5. Durability: Available in both aluminium and galvanised steel options, Kee Step provides long-lasting protection against corrosion and ensures structural strength.
  6. Slip-resistant treads: The treads are compliant with BS 4592, providing excellent slip resistance in all weather conditions.
  7. Suitable for various roof types: Kee Step is a non-penetrating system that’s approved for use on all roof types, including concrete, membrane, asphalt, metallic, and composite surfaces.
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Customisation Options:

APS understands that every rooftop is unique, which is why Kee Step Roof Safety Access Systems offer a range of customisation options to suit your specific requirements:

  • Flooring: Choose from high-grade nylon treads, checker plate, or grating.
  • Base feet: Select from roof-mounted or fixed feet, or a combination of both.
  • Standard kits and bespoke options: Standard kits are available for quick deployment, while bespoke options can be designed to address unique project requirements.

Take the Next Step Towards Rooftop Safety with APS:

Don’t compromise on the safety of your workforce. Contact APS today to learn more about how Kee Step Roof Safety Access Systems can revolutionise the way you navigate your rooftop. Our expert team is ready to assess your specific needs and design a customised solution that prioritises safety, efficiency, and compliance. Experience the peace of mind that comes with knowing your workers are protected by the industry’s leading roof safety access system. Contact APS HERE to schedule your consultation and take the first step towards a safer, more productive rooftop environment