A fall protection system is essential for any tall building. Many people work at these heights, with requirements for window cleaning and maintenance existing no matter how tall a building is. This comes with plenty of risk, and it’s your responsibility as a manager or owner of a building to ensure that such work can be undertaken safely and the risks are minimized.
But the world of roof anchor point certification and OSHA guidelines can be complicated to navigate, which is why we’re here to help you. Let the Shine On Group ensure that you have adequate fall protection installed and that everything is safe and in working condition so that you can keep people safe and avoid costly court battles. We’ve been in this industry for over 20 years now and have over 4,000 clients and 2,500 completed projects behind us, which means we know exactly what we’re doing. We offer a wide range of services, from consulting and installation to roof anchor certification and testing, and service of the whole country. We’re working hard to make the world a safer place, and we’d like your building to be part of that. Read More
Roof Anchor Certification
We can work with you to develop a targeted solution for any building and project with scalable and customizable solutions for all challenges. We can install a number of different fall protection systems as suit your needs, including roof anchors, access systems and horizontal lifeline systems. These systems will always meet the latest OSHA regulations and highest safety standards to make all work surfaces safe and reliable. We’ll also train your employees on safe working standards.
Anchor Certification and Anchor Testing
When it comes to fall protection, anchor point certification is key to ensuring that your roof anchors are safe and comply with OSHA regulations for workplace safety. Our services don’t stop at installation. The Shine On Group is also here to inspect and certify existing systems to make sure they’re still safe as regulations change or the elements put them through wear and tear. This includes load testing, inspections and certifications. Regular fall protection systems and fall protection anchor point certification prevents accidents and can save you a lot of money compared to what you would pay if an OSHA inspection found your system to not be compliant with current regulations. Click here to find out more about our anchor bolt inspection process. We can also offer fall protection installation to ensure your building is kept safe and secure.