DBI/SALA's roof anchors are designed to be used as detachable anchorage connectors on wood frame structures. These anchorage connectors may be used as part of a personal fall arrest or restraint system. Do not attach a lifeline between two or more roof anchors (i.e. horizontal lifeline systems). Do not hang, lift, or support tools or equipment from these roof anchors, or attach guylines for antennas, phone lines, etc..
FALL ARREST APPLICATION: In this application, the roof anchor is used as part of a complete fall arrest system. Such systems typically include a full body harness and some form of connecting subsystem, such as an energy absorbing lanyard. Maximum permissible free fall is six feet. This type of system is used where a free fall is possible before the fall is arrested.
RESTRAINT APPLICATION: In this application, the roof anchor is used as part of a complete restraint system. Such systems typically include a full body harness and a lanyard or restraint line used to restrain or tether the user from reaching a hazard (i.e. leading edge roof work). This type of system is used where no vertical free fall is possible.
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