- The Ranga Grips™ roof safety bracket must be installed as per these instructions to ensure correct fitting and OHS requirements are met.
- If used in wet conditions a grip tape applied to the wooden batten is advised to provide additional grip for the user.
- The Ranga Grips™ roof safety brackets do not replace the need to have a harness on site and are not designed to be a harness attachment point.
- The Ranga Grips™ roof safety brackets have been coloured orange to be visible and to limit and try to prevent a tripping hazard when installed. We advise to remember and consider all risks before installing and to remember that the brackets have been created to increase secure footing only.
- Please be advised that in all jurisdictions of Australia, a Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS) is required to be prepared before commencement of any high risk construction work on a construction project. In respect of the installation and use of the ‘Ranga Grip’ product, this requirement is applicable where it involves a risk of a person falling 2.0 meters or more (3.0 meters in SA)
- All Ranga Grips™ roof safety brackets come with new tape to the underside of the bracket to try and prevent damage to the roof cover. We advise that this tape be inspected regularly before use to ensure limited damage to existing or new roof material. if the tape is damaged we advise it be replaced with a suitable alternative. Please be advised that we do not replace the original tape.
STEP 2Slide in the Ranga Grip™ with the roof fixing on the high side of the roof, lightly tighten the roof screw back down onto the bracket top surface (rubber seal in contact). SEE NOTE 1
Slide in the wooden batten 35mm x 70mm.
Use supplied fixing(s), i.e. Tek screw(s) TYPE 17x25mm, to secure wooden batten to bracket(s).
Use two Ranga Grips™ per wooden batten, maximum recommended Ranga Grip™ spacing is 1200mm horizontally (as per roof retaining screw spacings). SEE NOTE 2