Handrails prevent people from falling over the edge of a platform or staircase.
If you do not have a safe grip on a handrail, it can have serious consequences.
This applies regardless of the situation, from offshore oil and gas, marine, energy, medical and construction industry – to stairs generally. There’s always a risk of falling if your grip fails.
The KAG Handrail is the safest handrail in the world!
It’s completely unique and offers a second-to-none, safe grip in any environment – and the perfect handrail for worksites.
The “kagged” profile maximises hand grip on ladders, work platforms, stairs, walkways, grab and shower rails in all conditions, reducing the risk of slips.
The unique handrail is proven to increase grip ability by up to 300% compared to conventional smooth rails. A better grip equals reduced risk of accidents and injuries, and it provides a hand grip safety environment wherever it’s needed.
Real Safety is the European distributor of KAG Safety Rails and we facilitate fabrication machines for ease of distribution all over Europe.
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- KAG Certification & Testing – Abstract of KAG Rail Report (8 degrees)
- KAG Certification & Testing – ALS test report
- KAG Certification & Testing – DNVGL TEST RESULTS
- KAG Certification & Testing – Weld test ALS
- KAG Certification & Testing – Reducing Slips, Trips and Falls in the Maritime Industry and Offshore Installations
Up to 300% better grip
Durable & long-lasting
Choice of material
Industry Insight: Slips, Trips and Falls
Slips, trips, and falls (STF) are the primary source of injuries at work.
Anti-slip management options
Research has shown that by implementing an Risk Management Option such as Real Safety’s KAG safety rails, anti-slip walkways or anti-slip solutions on stairs and ladders, the probability of STFs in a potential slip event is reduced from 10 % to 0.1 %. Indeed, a Danish offshore wind company reduced the number of STF accidents from 12 accidents with negligible consequences to 0 accidents after installing our anti-slip solutions. In another case, a Danish-flagged ship reduced the number of STF accidents from 3 to 0. ¹
¹ Master Thesis: Reducing Slips, Trips, and Falls in the Maritime Industry and Offshore Installations – Best Practice. Author: Tanja Rasmussen, Master of Risk and Safety Management, Aalborg University. 2021.