It started with a fall from a cherry tree - today we make workplaces at great heights safe and comfortable to reach
The vision of the fall arrest system of the future
HighStep Systems was founded in 2007 with the aim of improving safety when ascending and descending to difficult-to-access workplaces. We want to help prevent accidents caused by falls and increase occupational safety for our customers.
WE ARE WORLD RECORD HOLDER
Our product is successfully used on the highest flagpole in the world - a testament to the unsurpassed quality and trustworthiness of our brand.
Our commitment to producing high-quality fall arrest systems is confirmed by extensive certificates.
We want you to have complete confidence in our products, which is why we offer you the opportunity to download our certificates. This way you can personally convince yourself of the quality and safety of our fall protection solutions.
See what our customers have to say about the safety and effectiveness of our fall arrest systems - success stories that are redefining the standards!
Eight years of development work
With a team of specialists, the entrepreneur analyzed the existing fall protection systems for access to high-altitude workplaces and identified their weak points. In a development process lasting several years, a completely new climbing method was finally developed. The HighStep system was born.
We think future-oriented together with our partners
Revolutionary projects: Find out more about the groundbreaking applications and impressive projects in which our fall arrest systems brand plays a central role.
50Hertz extends partnership with HighStep Systems
Volkswagen in Zwickau relies on HighStep Systems
HighStep Systems sets new standards with the lift on the highest flagpole in the world
Access solution for working at heights in Antwerp
Key to accessing the Amazon Tall Tower Observatory (ATTO)
Fall protection system for high-bay warehouse
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