Anchorage

An anchorage connector is used to join the connecting device to the anchorage when a direct connection does not exist. Anchorage connectors, commonly referred to as a tie-off point, may be anything from an I-beam, column, rebar to scaffolding, or other structural member. It is crucial to select the proper equipment to anchor your fall protection system. Anchorages and anchorage connectors must be easily accessible, capable of supporting 5,000 lbs. of force per worker, and they must be located high enough for a worker to avoid contact with a lower level should a fall occur.

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Anchorage

An anchorage connector is used to join the connecting device to the anchorage when a direct connection does not exist. Anchorage connectors, commonly referred to as a tie-off point, may be anything from an I-beam, column, rebar to scaffolding, or other structural member. It is crucial to select the proper equipment to anchor your fall protection system. Anchorages and anchorage connectors must be easily accessible, capable of supporting 5,000 lbs. of force per worker, and they must be located high enough for a worker to avoid contact with a lower level should a fall occur.