Rooftop Anchors are a vital part of a building’s fall protection system. Anchor points are usually installed on the roof and are used to connect lanyards, lifelines, and other forms of tie-off which prevent a worker from falling.
Updates from OSHA regarding standards for fall protection in 2017 provided much more clarity on what protection from falls employers are required to provide on the roofs of their structures. Falls are one of the leading causes of traumatic workplace injury in the United States, but compliance with fall protection systems can greatly improve these risks.
Rooftop Anchor systems include linear access solutions, sector safety systems, and a variety of anchorage products including weldable rooftop anchors, cast-in-place anchorages, beam-wrap anchorage, and bolt-through anchorages.