Mobile Man Anchors can be used as either a single freestanding anchor point or connected together with components and 8mm steel wire to give a freestanding cable system.
This solution is suitable for either 1 or 2 users requiring more advanced training on working at height and PPE. If used in fall arrest rescue plans and rescue training will be required.
Mobile Man Anchors used as a single anchor point are suitable for low frequency access for short durations of time due to higher risk level. Fully compatible with all different roof membranes, these systems are fast and easy to assemble whilst being completely portable.
All variations comply fully with current regulations, including BS EN 795. These systems must be inspected before and after every use by a trained user.
They must be inspected & tested by a suitable working at height Specialist Company a minimum of every 12 months and/or after every fall.
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Mobile man anchors are a solution for temporary or permanent situations where it is preferred that the roof surface is not penetrated. Several Anchors can also be linked provide a non‐penetrative safety line.
Mobile man anchors comply with the following standards:
Class A1 795
Testing/Inspection standards and frequency:
Class A1 Fall Protection systems under BS EN 795 and BS EN 7883 – a minimum of every 12 months. Theses systems must be inspected & tested by a suitable working at height Specialist Company as well as before and after every use by a trained user.
Mobile man anchors are available in a range of materials and finishes, Please see below:
Powder Coated to any RAL colour
Mobile man anchors are completely freestanding so there is no need to penetrate the roof sheet. Their modular construction allows the systems to be moved easily to different work areas. These anchors are also known as:
Roof Man Safety Anchor, MMA, Mass Friction Anchor
These systems are commonly installed in the following sectors:
Hotels / Leisure
Available Materials & Finishes