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Roof Anchor Load Testing

Our Expert Process

Ensuring your full safety and compliance with all OSHA standards and requirements is our specialty. The steps to keeping your building in compliance are as follows:
  1. Visual Inspection
  2. Load Testing
  3. Certification
We start with a visual inspection, move to a thorough load testing stage, and finish up with official certification of compliance. Each of these metrics is essential for a thorough and correct evaluation of compliance and safety.
Contact us today to take the first step toward creating a safer workplace at your property. Our attention to detail will help you avoid costly oversights that could lead to catastrophic circumstances.

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Fall Protection and Anchorage Testing and Certification

Keeping contractors safe on great heights should be one of the top priorities of anyone. When dealing with human lives, there’s a very small margin of error, and no unnecessary risks should ever be taken. That’s why regular inspections and frequent recertification of safety equipment like fall protection anchors are mandated by OSHA and why they’re so important. Fall protection anchorages can become damaged with time and new regulations can be introduced, making it necessary to regularly go over existing fall protection measures to ensure they’re still safe and up to date. Without regular inspections, you could be putting human lives at risk and yourself at risk of lawsuits. When your fall protection anchorage needs testing, choose the USA’s top fall protection company, Shine on Anchors. Our certified experts perform thorough inspections of roof anchorage connectors and other fall protection equipment and issue helpful inspection reports and valid certifications that give you peace of mind and ensures compliance with all safety regulations.

OSHA Complaint Roof Anchor Load Testing

According to OSHA, fall protection systems should be inspected and recertified as safe once every 12 months. Not following these guidelines can result in fines, alongside generally being an unsafe and unwise decision. You can be held liable for any accidents that occur due to missed inspections or lacking safety standards. However, navigating these guidelines and requirements can be complicated. OSHA describes a rigorous checklist of standards for anchor systems, including checking the efficacy of the point of attachment, body harnesses and belts, snap hooks, positioning systems, lanyards, lifelines and deceleration devices. The ASC I-14 Window Washing Standard has to do specifically with window washing, but it’s equally important to meet. These standards also demand that the person performing the inspection is not the owner or operator of the system, which is why it’s crucial to bring in an outside company like the Shine On Group to ensure the inspection is valid and legal.

What to Expect from Your Anchorage Testing Inspection

Your inspection will start with a visual inspection where we look over any damage to the anchors and assess whether cracks, rust and other damage are impacting their function. We will then perform a thorough roof anchor load testing to ensure that the anchors are still capable of holding the weight they are supposed to. When it comes to a fall protection anchor, load testing is essential to determine whether the anchor is 100% safe and compliant. This step starts with a thorough inspection of anchor points to check all weight-bearing spots are free from damage and complications, after which a professional engineer will test the load-bearing capabilities. After your inspection, you will receive a thorough inspection report and a valid certificate for the safety of your anchor system.

The Best in Anchor Load Testing

Shine on Anchors has been in the industry for over 20 years, servicing over 4,000 clients and completing over 2,500 jobs. We are experts at what we do and are always certified and qualified to perform your inspection. Every fall protection and anchor load inspection we perform is thorough and meets all checklists and follows all OSHA guidelines, we can also offer window washing anchro installation. When you need an anchor inspections, there’s no one better equipped to take care of it. Request more information through our website.
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Load Testing

The load testing portion of any inspection is essential, as it provides evidence that the systems in place are compliant, operational, and safe. Your property will have the guidance of professional engineers registered in your state for this crucial step.
Load testing starts with a point-by-point inspection of anchor points. Every weight-bearing spot must be free from damage, danger, complications, or even simple things like rust. Next, we then test the load-bearing abilities in the presence of a professional engineer registered by the state. Finally, we certify that each anchor point is viable, safe, and compliant.


Following visual inspection and load testing, an anchor system can be considered safe to use. Companies receive a full certification from us, as well as detailed documentation of the testing process.

At this point, your certification can be used to ensure that you are not liable in the event of an accident involving property damage. It also ensures that you will not have to pay fines due to non-compliance with safety standards.

Finally, you will rest easy knowing that the safety and wellbeing of your contractors and company are taken care of and your risk has been mitigated.

Access To Key Inspection Insights

An inspection report is one of the assets our professional staff can provide for clients.

This report will include:

– Metrics of certification
– Any current abnormalities within your system
– Strong recommendations based on this report to ensure long-term building compliance

Easily Meet Compliance Requirements

There are several requirements that a complex industrial fall protection system must pass to be operational. Our employees are fast, efficient, and thorough in evaluating and testing these requirements.

Damage to property and assets can become costly in the event of an accident, which is one reason why frequent inspections are worth the investment. Along with damage to equipment, your anchor system can carry workers. Human passengers mean that the risks in the event of an accident are far greater than other safety concerns.

OSHA Requirements

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) directly defers to the ASC standards in its General Duty Clause.
OSHA also includes a rigorous checklist of anchor system standards that have to do with the efficacy of parts like:
  • The anchorage or point of attachment
  • Body harnesses and belts
  • Snaphooks, positioning systems, and lanyards
  • Deceleration devices and lifelines

The Bottom Line

Navigating these guidelines and requirements can be confusing and time consuming. Working with our expert team will help you protect contractors working on the property, protect equipment, and avoid citations.
Our friendly and knowledgable team will break down every step of the process so that you understand how best to move forward after inspection.
Contact us today to get a free quote for your building’s anchor testing and certification requirements.

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