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Anchorage connectors are used to join the connecting device to the anchor point when a direct connection does not exist. It is important to select the proper anchor point and anchorage connector to ensure a safe working environment. Anchorages and anchorage connectors must be easily accessible, capable of supporting 5,000 lbs. of force per worker, and they must be located high enough for a worker to avoid contact with a lower level should a fall occur.
Body Wear is worn by workers while performing the job. The full-body harness is the only acceptable form of body wear for fall arrest. Full-body harnesses distribute fall forces throughout the body, substantially reducing the chance of injury. In addition, the full-body harness keeps the worker suspended upright in the event of a fall and supported while awaiting rescue.
Connecting devices are used to connect the body wear to the anchorage/anchorage connector. A connecting device should be selected based on the work to be performed and the work environment. In addition, it is critical to consider potential fall distance when determining the type of connecting device to be used.