Temporary Anchor Points
Temporary roof anchors have been designed so the anchor can be removed and the socket covered with an end cap when not in use, making them aesthetically pleasing. These systems are Suitable for single users, trained to use a harness and lanyard and can be used in fall restraint and fall arrest.
Removable anchors are available in a variety materials and finishes and offer various sockets for installation to brickwork, concrete, steelwork, cavity walls and suspended ceilings.
Fall arrest and restraint systems will require rescue plans and rescue training. These systems and any associated PPE equipment 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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Removable anchors comply with the following standards:
BS EN 7883
Testing/Inspection standards and frequency:
Class A1 Fall Protection systems under BS EN 795 and BS EN 7883 – a minimum of every 12 months.
Removable anchors and socket caps are available in a range of materials and finishes, Please see below:
Powder Coated to any RAL colour
Removable anchors are suitable for installation into brickwork, concrete and steelwork, they are also available for installation in cavity walls, floors and suspended ceilings.
Removable anchors are also known as:
Removable anchor, discreet anchors, hidden eyebolts
These systems are commonly installed in the following sectors:
Hotels / Leisure
Users are to connect to a removable anchor using a compliant safety lanyard and full body harness.
The safety lanyard must incorporate an energy absorbing shock absorber and be no more than 2m long. Do not use a removable anchor as a primary means of support, to support partial or full body weight, or for abseiling.
Available Materials & Finishes