Fall safety remains a number one concern in both the general and construction industries. As building functionality and design evolves, it’s become more complex: with varying job types and work sites, traditional solutions like guardrails don’t always fit the bill. For various reasons, harnesses and lanyards can be the most economically or logistically suitable choice. An OSHA-certified anchor point is a critical component of any harness and lanyard system. Usually, they’re installed on the roof (or elsewhere on your building), ready to connect to a lifeline or lanyard, which then connects to a harness to prevent its wearer from falling. But a fixed anchor point doesn’t always allow for the versatility that brought you to choosing a harness system to begin with.
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