Single point anchors provide excellent fall protection for applications where a worker’s task is isolated to a small area.
High Engineering provides anchors to protect workers on roofs, within buildings at mezzanines, on top of internal structures, and for those performing rescue operations. Occasionally, the structure below single point anchors will need to be reinforced so they can withstand the forces of a fall event. High Engineering’s years of experience in structural engineering and fall protection engineering, ensure the location and reinforcement of single point anchors precisely meet your needs.
Custom user manuals are developed specific to each project to provide workers with the procedures they need to properly use the anchors. Our fall protection engineers calculate the required fall arrest clearances so that workers can verify their clearance and focus on the task at hand.
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An ideal solution for localized work at height, fixed anchors provide cost-effective fall arrest, work restraint, and positioning for a range of applications such as maintenance, inspection, and work positioning.
Our custom single point anchor systems are designed, engineered, and installed based on structural and worker requirements and provided in stainless steel, galvanized or coated finishes depending on environmental conditions.
High Engineering single point anchors are inspected and tested to ensure they comply with North American standards for Engineered Fall Protection including CSA Z259.2, OSHA 1910, and ANSI Z359.6.
Constructed of A570 or A607 grade steel and using SAE J-429 Grade 5 connecting hardware, only the highest quality material is used to manufacture and install our single point anchors.
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Advantages of Single Point Anchors
- Cost effective
- Variety of applications
- Simple to use
- Designed, installed, and maintained by one company to meet building specifications
- Installation onto a variety of roofing systems and structures, including but not limited to:
- Standing seam roofs
- Metal profile roofs
- Membrane roofs with concrete or metal decks
- Steel or concrete building components such as columns, beams, open web steel joists, purlins, etc.
- Complies with North American regulations, and applicable design standards including:
- CSA Z259.16 Design of Active Fall-Protection Systems, or
- ANSI Z359.6 Specifications and Design Requirements for Active Fall Protection Systems
Need Additional Help?
Whether your project is a self-installation, supervised installation, or you require turnkey services, High Engineering Fall Protection specialists are standing by to assist you. Get started by requesting a quote or contact us at (403) 287 0475.