Hatch Kits

Hatch Kits

FLS Hatch Kits prevent falls into open hatches, and promote safe entry/exit of rooftop openings for workers.

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Rooftop Hatch Guardrail Solution

FLS Hatch Kits prevent falls into open hatches, and promote safe entry and exit of rooftop openings for workers while also providing a secure handrail for enhanced safety.

FLS Hatch Kit Features & Advantages

  • Meets OSHA standards
  • Exceeds railings strength requirements
  • Works with all rooftop hatches
  • Rails provide grab bars to facilitate easy roof access
  • Multiple configurations available to meet any hatch specification
  • Integrates with existing openings and ladderways
  • Corrosion resistant, rugged, sturdy components have a galvanized finish
  • No snag points or sharp edges

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Hazard Assessment

Maximizing the fall safety provided by hatch kits requires proper installation and the understanding of associated fall hazards. As your turnkey fall protection provider, FLS evaluates your rooftop to ensure a complete fall protection solution is provided.


Components and fittings for FLS’s Hatch Kits and railing systems are coated with zinc to ASTM A153, and ASTM A53 for all 1¼” Schedule 40 pipe, providing dependable, weather and time-resistant protection against corrosion.


The FLS Hatch Kits are designed to provide flexibility to adapt to already existing roof openings, ladderways and doorways. With multiple variations available to satisfy many possible configurations. FLS Hatch Kits integrate seamlessly with FLS FlexGuard Railing System to provide maximum ability to accommodate any condition.


Galvanized clamps are used in the railing system, facilitating fast and easy assembly and installation.

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OSHA Regulations For Rooftop Fall Protection

Designed to comply with OSHA 29 CFR 1910.23 and 29 CFR 1910.27, FLS Hatch Kits provide necessary safety railing that prevents accidental traverse across an unprotected opening, ensuring safe rooftop access by workers.