Fall Protection Anchorage Points - Temporary and Permanent Anchorage

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Fall Protection Anchor Points

Fall Protection Anchor Points are usually installed on roofs, structural I-Beam, concrete columns, and overhead structure as a way to connect lanyards and lifelines to a fixed point. This type of anchorage provides safety and prevents the worker from falling. Anchors can be as simple as a D-ring connection or as complex as a complete lifeline system

Temporary Anchor Connectors

  • The Temporary Anchorage Connectors provide a safe and secure anchorage point for maintenance and roof work or any other instances where an anchorage connector is necessary.
  • Each Anchorage Connector is for use by only one person. Temporary Anchorage Points are both portable and reusable. They are designed for all types of use. The reusable anchor can be removed and simply re-installed in a new location.
  • Tie-Back Lanyards
    Tie-Back Lanyards

    Tie back lanyards allow you to create an anchor point anywhere you can wrap around a beam. The first snap hook has a 5,000 pound capacity from any angle you choose.

  • Concrete Anchors
    Concrete Anchors

    A concrete disposable anchor is designed to provide a temporary anchorage on concrete forms. One concrete anchor can hold up to 5,000 pounds. Installation is simple and efficient, taking just seconds utilizing standard concrete tools.

  • Roof Anchors
    Roof Anchors

    Temporary Roof Anchors are both removable and reusable designed to anchor a self retracting line. These roof anchorsare used on flat or sloped wood and metal decking. Roof Anchors have a 5,000 pound minimum breaking strength.

  • Vacuum Anchor Systems
    Vacuum Anchor Systems

    The Vacuum Anchor System contains a bottle attachment and carrying case. It is powered with a single compressed gas bottle. Has a non-penetrating anchor that requires no drilling or alteration to a surface.

  • Steel Beam Anchors
    Steel Beam Anchors

    Steel Beam Anchors connect horizontally to a wide range of I and H beams. Once attached, the anchors beam provides increased safety to provide temporary or permanent anchorage attachment.

  • Cross-Arm Strap Connector
    Cross-Arm Strap Connector

    Wraps around I-beams and other structures and attaches with a 2-in. (51 mm) D-ring that slips through a 3-in.

Design Requirements for Temporary Anchors

  • According to OSHA all anchorages should be capable of at least 5,000 pound for any worker attached.
  • Anchorages should be designed, installed and used as just one part of a complete Fall Arrest System.
  • Any Temporary Anchorage System should be easily removed.

Roof Temporary or Permanent Anchors

Versatile, single-point roof anchor posts adapt to a wide range of roof designs with its innovative base plate engineered for temporary or permanent installation to the roof surface. These anchors reduce the fall forces on the roof structure and have a durable design that withstands the changing outdoor environment.

  • RoofStrider System Kit
    RoofStrider System Kit

    Roof mounting assembly with clamping feet for use on standing seam metal roofs.

  • Single D Permanent Roof Anchor
    Single D Permanent Roof Anchor

    Designed to provide one (1) D-ring anchorage point when securely installed on a wood roof sub-surface or vertical wall.

  • Reusable Roof Anchor
    Reusable Roof Anchor.jpg

    Provides temporary, reusable roof anchorage for residential and construction applications.

Design Requirements for Permanent or Temporary Anchors

  • Meets or exceeds all applicable industry standards including OSHA, ANSI A10.32 and Z359.1-2007
  • Internal components are constructed of stainless steel. The steel post and base are plated with zinc followed by a premium powder coating for two layers of protection.
  • Quick, easy installation reduces cost requiring minimal labor and eliminating the need for roof penetration and repair.

Permanent Anchorage Connectors

  • Permanent Anchors are designed as the intermediary for securing a connecting device to anchorage.
  • The Anchorage should be easily accessible and must be located a safe distance above any lower obstacles.
  • All Permanent Anchorage Connectors must support at least 5,000 pounds per worker and have a 400 pound maximum capacity.
  • Permanent D-Ring Anchor
    Permanent Mounted D-Ring Anchor

    This Permanent anchor should only be installed on horizontal overhead surfaces. It is only approved for a single-user and should not be used within any horizontal lifeline system.

  • Permanent 3/4-in D-Bolt Anchor
    Permanent D-Bolt Anchor for up to 3/4-in

    D-Bolt Anchors have a 400 pound maximum capacity. Anchors may be installed to an overhead or vertical surface. Approved for a single user.

  • Permanent 4-in D-Bolt Anchor
    Permanent D-Bolt Anchor for up to 4-in

    A D permanent roof anchor similar to the D-bolt anchor for up to 4-in.

Design Requirements for Permanent Anchors

  • According to OSHA all anchorages should be capable of at least 5,000 pound for any worker attached.
  • All Permanent Anchorage Connector straps have a standard length of 5 feet.
  • Meets ANZI and OSHA requirements.

Why you must have a Fall Protection Anchorage Point?

  • It provides you with the safety you need when working on a roof top or and place that requires you to work a great heights.
  • These points are responsible for connecting you to your lifeline or lanyard, without them you would fall.
  • Both Temporary and Permanent Anchor Points are removed and can be set multiple times.
  • Anchorages to which personal fall arrest equipment is attached shall be capable of supporting at least 5,000 pounds
  • It should also be noted that OSHA makes no distinction between temporary and permanent anchor points. The requirements for both are identical.

Engineered Fall Protection is a distributor for Fall Protection Anchor Points; serving clients from coast to coast, Canada, Mexico and especially focused in the states of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Arkansas, Mississippi, Nebraska, Tennessee, Kentucky, Iowa, and Oklahoma.

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