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Kee Dome® Skylight Railing

A free-standing skylight fall protection system that will not penetrate your roof's surface

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Don’t leave holes in your safety procedures

Kee Dome® is a modular system designed specifically to prevent falls through skylights, roof lights and dome lights. The modular Kee Dome system allows contractors and maintenance crews to access rooftops for repair and maintenance work safely and easily without the risk of falling through glazed areas.
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Why do you need Kee Dome Skylight Railing?

Quick Assembly

The Kee Dome® system has standard components which can be assembled around the designated area with maximum speed. These include vertical posts, hand and knee rails with associated 90° corner components, and special recycled PVC feet with clamping rings.

Fully Modular

Although designed as a permanent solution, the Kee Dome® system is fully modular, so it can also be expanded to suit any size skylight. It’s one solution for many different sizes. The system is suitable for use on all roof surfaces, with a maximum pitch of 3°.

Fully Compliant

Kee Dome® uses industry-leading Kee Klamp® components that are galvanized, making the system long-lasting and virtually maintenance-free. Kee Dome® has also been independently tested to OH&S Standard 29 CFR 1910.23.

Key Features

Versatile

Fits square and rectangular skylights, rooflights and dome lights.

Modular System

All sizes of raised roof lights can be protected with the same product.

Simple Installation

The Kee Dome® system can be assembled using simple hand tools.

Overview of Kee Dome® Skylight Railing

Kee Dome Skylight Railing / Rooftop Fall Protection / Rooftop Safety / Work at height

Protecting People from a Dangerous Hazard

Kee Dome creates a barrier around the skylight to prevent workers from contacting the skylight. This system protects the skylight with a non-penetrating railing without damaging or puncturing the roof. 

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Certified at our advanced testing facility

Kee Safety runs one of the world’s leading test and training centres at its UK Head Office. Run by a team of industry experts, this state-of-the-art facility ensures Kee Safety meets the needs of its customers, provides them with fully compliant products, and drives new innovation with the purpose of separating people from hazards. 

Frequently Asked Questions

    • My skylight is extremely large, will Kee Dome Work?
      Yes, Kee Dome’s modular design is able to protect the largest of skylights.
    • I need to protect skylights on a metal roof, can I use Kee Dome?
      Kee Dome is recommended for use on flat membrane roofs only. We do have custom railing solutions for metal roofs, however, simply contact one of our experts to start solving your problem today.
    • Why would I use Kee Dome vs. a skylight screen?
      Skylight screens are the most cost effective means of providing OSHA compliant fall protection solutions over skylights. In some cases, however, the skylight is too large or tall to install a screen. In these cases Kee Dome is the perfect solution. Additionally, in some cases clients are concerned about the grid-shadow a screen would create on the inside of the building and decide to use Kee Dome to eliminate this concern.
    • I have bars on the inside of my skylight, are these fall protection?
      The bars welded inside of a skylight are commonly known as “burglar bars” and are designed to keep thieves out of your facility, not to protect from the impact of a fall. Furthermore, these bars do not protect workers or equipment below the opening from being struck by shards of the broken dome or potential biological contaminants should an impact occur. Kee Safety does not recommend using burglar bars as fall protection.
    • Do I need to protect every skylight on my roof?
      In simple terms, yes. In 1910.28(b)(3)(i) OSHA states that employees must be protected from any hole 4' or higher above a lower level. However, we recommend partnering with a Kee Safety Expert to help prioritize the fall hazards on your roof using a risk-assessment based approach.
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Kee Dome Downloads

  1. Federal [Canada] Canada Occupational Safety and Health Regulations, SOR/86-304, Sections 12.01 to 12.09
  2. Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Code, 2009 Part 9, Fall Protection Sections 138 - 161
  3. British Columbia Occupational Health and Safety Regulations, B.C. Reg. 296/97 Part 11, Fall Protection, Sections 11.1 to 11.10
  4. Manitoba Workplace Safety and Health Regulation, Man. Reg. 217/2006 Part 14, Fall Protection, Sections 14.1 to 14.23
  5. New Brunswick General Regulation -N.B. Reg. 91-191 Part VII, Protective Equipment, Sections 49 - 51
  6. Newfoundland and Labrador Occupational Health and Safety Regulations, 2012, N.L.R. 5/12 Part X, Fall Protection, Sections 138 to 146
  7. Northwest Territories Occupational Health and Safety Regulations, R-039-2015 Part 7, Personal Protective Equipment, Sections 103 to 109 and Part 9 Safeguards, storage, warning signs and signals, Sections 118 to 124
  8. Nova Scotia Workplace Health and Safety Regulations, N.S. Reg. 52/2013 Part 21, Fall Protection, Sections 21.1 to 21.4
  • Nunavut General Safety Regulations, R.R.N.W.T. 1990, c. S-1, Part 7 Sections 104 to 109, and Part 9, Sections 118 to 122
  • Ontario Construction Projects, O. Reg. 213/91 Sections 26 - 26.9 and Industrial Establishments, R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 851 Section 85
  • Prince Edward Island Fall Protection Regulations, EC2004-633
  • Quebec Regulation respecting occupational health and safety, O.C. 885-2001
    Division XXX, Means and Equipment for Individual and Group Protection Sections 347 - 349.1 and
    Safety Code for the construction industry R.R.Q. 1981, c. S-2.1, r. 6 Division II, General Provisions Sections 2.9.1 to 2.9.3, Safety measures
  • Saskatchewan Occupational Health and Safety Regulations, 1996, R.R.S., C. O-1.1, R. 1 Sections 102 to 107, and Sections 116 to 116.3
  • Yukon Occupational Health and Safety Regulation, O.I.C. 2006/178 Protective Equipment and Clothing - Fall Arrest Sections 1.37 to 1.43
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Kee Dome® Case Studies

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    Services

    Design and Installation

    We offer full design and installation services that include a complete on-site survey. Also, we can produce comprehensive shop drawings to help you visualize the end result. With our detailed project outline, you can be confident that your project is professionally specified, and that all safety concerns and standards are addressed to your satisfaction.

    Alternatively, you can specify and install KeeGuard yourself with our easy-to-follow instructions – it all starts with a call to our knowledgeable staff!

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