Roof Fall Protection Systems & Equipment

We offer comprehensive consultation, design, engineering, fabrication, installation, and testing services for both collective and personal fall protection. Our aim is to enhance safety while working at heights on roofs of all kinds. Our rooftop fall safety solutions encompass a range of options, including guardrails, rigid rails systems, portable solutions, walkway systems, anchors systems, and more.

The Importance of Rooftop Fall Protection

Falls from height are a leading cause of death in the workplace. General industry OSHA standards require all work conducted at a height greater than 4 feet be protected by a fall protection system.

Rooftop work environments require special safety measures and the Sesco Safety team has decades of experience solving a range of roof safety needs with non-penetrating, freestanding guardrail, skylight and hatch solutions, horizontal lifelines systems a range of tie off solutions and completely custom solutions. Protect your work at height and bring your rooftop into OSHA/ANSI/IBC compliance with OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926.501(b)(4), OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.28(b)(3)(i), Cal-OSHA Title 8, Chapter 4, Article 19, 1623(3) and more with a Sesco Safety Solution.

Why Choose Sesco Safety For Rooftop Solutions?


We have over two decades of experience in all aspects of fall protection, including hazard assessments, systems design, fabrication and installation, and inspection.



We know what it takes to meet today’s fall protection best practices with an eye toward the changing needs of our customers and advances in regulatory standards.


Our project management team takes busy operations and construction schedules into account when building project plans and mobilizing crews to conduct work.


Our work is backed up by sound design and engineering and our systems are built with longevity in mind to provide long-lasting worry free value to our customers.

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Rooftop Fall Protection Solutions

Weighted Guardrail

The safest, most comprehensive rooftop fall protection solution is a  guardrail system. Our free-standing roof edge railing systems bring rooftops into OSHA/ANSI/IBC compliance.

Horizontal Lifeline

Our energy absorbing lifeline systems are designed to provide workers with freedom of movement on the rooftop while securely attached to the lifeline at all times.

Rigid Post Anchors

Used in situations where collective protection is not available, our rigid post anchor systems provide active and/or restraint fall protection in the absence of guardrails.

Crossovers & Walkways

Innovative and flexible systems that create safe routes over objects and obstructions on the rooftop without penetrating the roof membrane.

Self-Closing Gates

Ideal for protecting ladder/stair access points, roof hatches, walkways, and access to restricted areas where regular maintenance and/or inspection is needed.

Weighted Anchor

Our mobile deadweight anchors are engineered for single or multiple users, for restraint or active fall protection, on roofs with up to a 5 degree pitch.

Skylight Screens

Protect people from falling through fragile roof lights with our adaptable screen systems for skylights on flat, trapezoidal and standing seam roofs.

Skylight Guardrail

Ideal for high traffic areas near rooftop equipment, our free-standing skylight fall protection system does not penetrate your roof’s surface or block sunlight.

Hatch Kits

Provide safe egress and ingress through roof hatches, simplify the transition from ladder to rooftop and protect the roof opening when the hatch is open.

Rooftop Fall Protection Info & Resources

1926.501(b)(1), 1926.501(b)(13), 1926.501(b), 1926.501, 1926.501(b)(10)

In general, OSHA’s fall protection standard, §1926.501, requires that each employee on a walking/working surface (horizontal and vertical surface) with an unprotected side or edge which is 6 feet (1.8 m) or more above a lower level shall be protected from falling by the use of guardrail systems, safety net systems, or personal fall arrest systems. However, under §1926.501(b)(10), Roofing work on Low-sloped roofs, employers engaged in roofing work are permitted to use a combination of the additional methods listed below:

  1. warning line and guardrail system;
  2. warning line and safety net system;
  3. warning line and personal fall arrest system;
  4. warning line and safety monitoring system; or
  5. only a monitoring system on roofs 50-feet (15.25 m) or less in width in accordance with Appendix A of 1926 subpart M.

If the blocking is installed as an integral part of installing the weatherproofing material on a low-sloped roof, §1926.501(b)(10) applies. These methods are not available if the blocking is installed separately.

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