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First-Man-Up System

The First-Man-Up system assists in installing and removing a DBI/SALA tie-off adaptor anchorage connector and lifeline in overhead installations. The tie-off adaptor and lifeline (or other device) must be approved for use with the First-Man-Up system by DBI/SALA. The First-Man-Up system may also be used for attaching a lifeline or other device to an overhead anchorage point.

Purpose-Built For:

  • FALL ARREST: Anchorages used for personal fall arrest systems (PFAS) must sustain static loads, applied in the directions allowed by the PFAS, of at least; 3,600 lbs. with certification of a qualified person, or 5,000 lbs. without certification. See ANSI Z359.1-1992 for certification definition. When more than one PFAS is attached to an anchorage, the strengths stated above must be multiplied by the number of PFAS attached to the anchorage. From OSHA 1910.66 and 1926.502: Anchorages used for attachment of a PFAS shall be independent of any anchorage being used to support or suspend platforms, and be capable of supporting at least 5,000 lbs. per user attached, or be designed, installed, and used as part of a complete PFAS which maintains a safety factor of at least two, and is supervised by a qualified person.
  • RESTRAINT: Anchorages used for restraint applications must sustain static loads, applied in the directions allowed by the restraint system, of at least 3,000 lbs. Each tie-off adaptor installation must be independently capable of sustaining these loads.
  • WORK POSITIONING: Anchorages used for work positioning applications must sustain static loads, applied in the directions allowed by the work positioning system, of at least 5,000 lbs. Each tie-off adaptor installation must be independently capable of sustaining these loads.
  • SUSPENSION: Anchorages used for suspension applications must sustain static loads, applied vertically, of at least 2,500 lbs. Each tie-off adaptor installation must be independently capable of sustaining these loads.
  • RESCUE: Anchorages used for rescue applications must sustain static loads, applied in the directions allowed by the rescue system, of at least 2,500 lbs. Each tie-off adaptor installation must be independently capable of sustaining these loads.
   
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Item IDDescriptionUOM SizeQuantity
CAP 2104531
Capital Safety, DBI Sala First-Man-Up Remote Anchoring System, 6' - 12' Pole, Tie-Off Adaptor and Snap Hook Installation/Removal Tool for Original and New 3,600 lb. Gated Hooks, 3' Tie-Off Adaptor, Carrying Bag1
CAP 3500102
DBI Sala First-Man-Up™ Pole with RSQ Assisted Rescue Tool - For Ultra-Lok™ SRL, Capital Safety 35001021