FIXFAST USA is now Kattsafe

We’ve been delivering high-quality products and innovation for over 40 years and we’ve partnered closely with Sayfa in Australia for over 10 years. It was a natural evolution for us to join forces as a single global brand for height access and fall protection systems.

Bringing everything we do under one new name makes it even simpler to work with us and use our products. And behind it all, we’re still the same team, quality products, and customer service that you’ve come to expect.

High Five™

Simplify your rooftop OSHA compliance with our self-guided, 5-step roof safety program.

Installing a fall protection system is the most effective way to prevent the risk of accidents and ensure everyone gets home safe. High Five helps you do that by helping you identify problem areas on your rooftop and ensuring you meet the OSHA requirements.

Know the risks

Not having a proper fall prevention system in place puts you and your people at risk.


Fatal falls in 2021


In lawsuits per incident


Cited violation by OSHA

What are your obligations?

Whatever your role in designing, building, managing or accessing a building’s rooftop, you have a responsibility to ensure the safety of those onsite. Learn more about the relevant subsections of the OSHA General Industry Standards 1910 and how they could apply to you.

The High FiveTM self-guided audit

Step 1: Roof Access

Roof access is where the majority of falls occur so having compliant access to a roof is paramount. Carefully assess how different areas of your roof are accessed and highlight any areas of concern.

Compliant solutions include:

Step 2: Roof Access Fall Hazards

Hazards at the access or egress point increase the risk of a fall, so it is crucial to examine any access points for potential issues. Look for areas that require difficult movements or have obstacles in the way and flag anything that presents a hazard

Compliant solutions include:

Step 3: Designated Walkway Routes

Clearly defined walkway routes help ensure workers avoid fall hazards and stay on intended pathways only.

If hazards such as unprotected edges, skylights, pits, smoke vents, openings, and elevation changes can be identified, then designated walkway routes and guardrails should be installed to keep workers safe and away from these areas.

Compliant solutions include:

Step 4: Equipment Near Fall Hazards

Equipment that is located within the danger zone can drastically increase the risk to maintenance workers who will need to access that equipment. Look for equipment that is within 15 ft. of a fall hazard or the unprotected edge on a low slope roof.

Compliant solutions include:

Step 5: Unprotected Edges

Unprotected edges always pose a serious risk. If the previous steps of this program were followed, then the high-risk areas should have already been addressed.

Similarly to step 4, compliant solutions include roof guardrail systems, warning line systems, and fall restraint and fall arrest anchors.

Download the High FiveTM OSHA compliance information sheet for more details on what to look for.

Roof Safety Audits

Our roof safety audits provide you with a comprehensive package that lays out points of concern in your facility and the steps you should take to address them.

This safety audit program utilizes our five-step approach to making a rooftop compliant and we'll work with you to understand your requirements and provide a solution for advanced roof safety.