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Skylight Defender Rooftop Screen Protection

The Skylight Defender is an OSHA compliant Skylight Screen Protection. BlueWater’s skylight screen exceeds the OSHA fall protection regulation 1910.23(a), 1910.23(e)(8) of withstanding a load of at least 200lbs applied pressure perpendicularly as well as meeting the OSHA-Cal requirements 29 CFR 1910.23 and 1926.501 of 400lbs applied pressure perpendicularly at any one area on the screen. Featuring a unique compression attachment system, the Skylight Defender does not require drilling which provides the ultimate membrane protection. The easy to install OSHA skylight screen fall restricting system provides the necessary protection required for your employees and contractors while maintaining the integrity of your roof and skylight. It comes in customizable sizes and accommodates diverse skylight protection needs.

A BlueWater fall protection non penetrating solution, the Skylight Defender is engineered to prevent injuries and deaths from falls through skylights. It installs quickly, fastening onto the skylight frame using a unique compression system. That means there’s no need to drill into and compromise the skylight or roofing membrane.* The Skylight Defender is a must for any business with a skylight on its roof.

What makes Skylight Defender great?


  • Has a non penetrating compression fastening system, making it a sound investment for years to come
  • Meets or exceeds national and California OSHA regulations
  • Screen is constructed of 1/4” diameter 4” x 4” welded galvanized mesh
  • Fastens to the skylight frame using compression with no drilling, so skylight weatherproofing and roof membrane are not compromised
  • Will not void your roof warranty
  • Installs with basic tools in about 30 minutes

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