RoofWalk (anti-Slip Walkway)

The RoofWalk Walkway is designed to create a sure-footed walkway on your rooftop. This fully customizable platform utilizes non-slip materials and is installed above the roof membrane ensuring no damage is being done while it is being utilized. Utilizing our counterweighted baseplates and RoofGuard guardrails, this system can be tailored to any flat roof or low slope application, providing safer access to any workspace by eliminating slipping and fall hazards. Engineered for safety and built economically, the RoofWalk system is a must on any rooftop where constant roof access is required.

Our rooftop walkway systems are free standing and utilize our counter weighted baseplates, eliminating the need for hardware connections to your rooftop. Combine with RoofStep Crossover and Ladder series to further improve your rooftop accessibility and safety system.

RoofWalk has been designed to meet or exceed all major North American safety standards/regulations including Ontario MOL requirements, ANSI, OSHA, Canadian OHS & WorkSafeBC.

Does your rooftop have Workers Accessing it?

If you answered yes, then fall protection is required as mandated by the below legislation.
MOL Industrial Establishments Regulation 851: Section 13 (1)(a) (1) Subject to subsection (2), there shall be a guardrail.
a) around the perimeter of an uncovered opening in a floor, roof or other surface to which a worker has access.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • RoofWalk systems are non-penetrating and designed to work on common commercial rooftops (membrane, steel and river rock).
  • Yes. The vast majority of RoofWalk systems are made from grated aluminum, non-slip material. When specified by the customer, LFP can provide galvanized steel but aluminum is much lighter so it is more common.
  • Yes. RoofWalk can be installed on a sloped roof. However, the angle of the slope determines whether or not roof penetration is needed for guardrails and walkways.
  • We strongly recommend that any RoofGuard System is installed by one of our certified installers to ensure proper installation. Systems come with an installation manual, engineered drawings and can be performed with one tool.
  • Yes. RoofWalk will integrate with RoofGuard to create a fully compliant walkway for workers who are working at heights.
  • According to Canada Occupational Health and Safety Regulations in Housekeeping and Maintenance;
    3) Every travelled surface in a work place shall be
    (a) slip resistant; and
    (b) kept free of splinters, holes, loose boards and tiles and similar defects.
  • Contact us, and we will get in touch to walk you through what you need to provide in order to generate an accurate quote. Dimensions, blueprints and images are all helpful in determining the details of what your roof requires.

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RoofGuard Line of Products

An investment in fall protection

Cost-effective working at heights safety solutions

Safe and reliable engineered fall protection solution

Meets or exceeds all OSHA and ANSI safety standards and regulations

Protects employees from injury or death from potential accidents working at heights

Reduces the potential for costly fines and high insurance premiums

All individual components are under 40 lbs

Reduces PPE and training requirements of staff and contractors

Simple and quick installations that require only one tool


Passive Vs Active Fall Protection

When a hazard assessment is completed, and a need for fall protection is established, there are two general types of systems that can solve the need and keep the workers safe, passive or active fall protection.

Passive Fall Protection
A “passive” fall protection system refers to a system that is non-dynamic, stationary, and does not move or adapt or change when in or out of use. They do not require the use of Personal Protective Equipment or active participation from the worker. Typical passive solutions include Guardrails or Netting Systems. This is the preferred choice for its ease of use without the need for additional training and PPE.
Active Fall Protection
An “active” Fall Protection System requires the use of special equipment and participation by the worker. There are two types of Active Fall Protection Systems, fall restraint and fall arrest systems. These systems share the common feature of securing the worker wearing a full-body harness to an anchorage point with some type of connecting system, depending on the application. Active Fall Protection Systems include Fall Arrest Anchors, Roof Anchors, and Safety Harness’.

Fall Protection Guide

Check to see what federal & provincial regulations for working at heights and fall protection are and which RoofGuard systems help you comply.

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