The most popular and commonly used equipment in the world of fall protection, single point anchors offer many benefits, from their easy installation and maintenance, basic design, and straightforward use. Most workers are at least familiar with the use of single point anchors, but specific training is always necessary to ensure these anchors are used correctly and in a manner that limits free fall to six feet or less. Some single point anchors can also be integrated into other system types, such as horizontal lifelines.
Some of the most versatile single point anchors, CB Anchors can be installed on wood, metal, and concrete substrates, and can also be welded onto structural steel beams. Capable of providing protection to workers at places where lifelines typically cannot access, such as building corners, these anchors are perfectly suited for work on small rooftops.