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Anchor Points


Every construction project needs a strong foundation. The same is true for an effective fall arrest system; it starts with a trusted anchorage point. OSHA defines anchorage as a "fixed and secured point of attachment for lifelines, lanyards, or deceleration devices." Anchorage points must be strong and safe. Location, load capacity, and application are the three considerations to take into account when setting an anchor point. White Cap understands lives are on the line and sources anchorage connectors that effectively cover any substrate, from wood, metal, steel beams and rebar, to concrete and more. Because there are multiple considerations when looking for systems that are best for each situation, we guide you through anchorage point options and requirements.

1. Location and Fall Distance – In terms of anchoring properly, fall clearance is a primary factor to take into account. Consider possible swing fall and other potential obstacles and hazards. Our resources can assist with calculating proper fall clearance.

2. Anchorage Connector Inspection – These are the foundation of a strong fall arrest system and need to be checked regularly. Find out how to inspect and document the condition of product labels and markings, hardware, and physical connections.

3. Cleaning – Cleaning and disinfecting fall protection equipment keeps it in good working shape and adds a layer of protection from COVID and other viruses. We recommend following manufacturer’s cleaning instructions, avoiding sharing equipment, and establishing cleaning routines.



Anchors for Concrete

Anchors for Steel

Anchors for Roofs

Tie Off Adapters

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Anchorage Connector Inspection

These are the foundation of a strong fall arrest system and need to be checked regularly. Find out how to inspect and document the condition of product labels and markings, hardware, and physical connections.


Download Guardian Fall Anchor Inspection Checklist




Anchorage Connector Cleaning

Cleaning and disinfecting fall protection equipment keeps it in good working shape and adds a layer of protection from COVID and other viruses. We recommend following manufacturer’s cleaning instructions, avoiding sharing equipment, and establishing cleaning routines.