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Benefits of Anchor Bolt Inspections

Roof anchors are common and extremely useful parts of fall protection systems utilized on tall buildings. These must be inspected regularly to ensure that they still serve their safety function and are still compliant with OSHA and meet all the roof anchor inspection requirements, especially when those regulations change and your anchors need to stay up to date. A thorough roof anchor inspection is a necessity that we can help you with at the Shine On Group. We’re the USA’s top anchor installation and fall protection experts, designing, installing, inspecting and certifying fall protection systems. We can inspect and recertify your anchor bolts to make sure you follow all regulations and your workers are safe, performing a thorough inspection and offer advice on changes and updates if necessary.

Why You Need a Roof Anchor Inspection

Simply put, you need to have regular inspections and recertifications of your fall protection systems according to OSHA. Not meeting those guidelines for inspections can result in fines and being held liable in case of serious accidents. One inspection every 12 months is a necessary investment of your time and money to ensure your anchors are still working properly. There are a lot of things that can happen to them that can damage them as they’re exposed to the element and as we put constant weight and pressure on them while using them. This can result in corrosion, cracks and other damage which becomes worse over time and can seriously impact the integrity of the anchor if not addressed in time. This damage can cause accidents, and they can also cost more to repair if they’ve been allowed to get more serious without early intervention. Furthermore, the inspection must be performed by a skilled and competent professional who is not the user or owner of the anchor system to ensure there is no bias, which is why you should hire Shine on Anchors to do it for you. Read More

How an Anchor Bolt Inspection Works

An anchor bolt inspection will start with a visual inspection where one of our experts will visually examine anchors and bolts for cracks, corrosion, rust and other damage. We’ll also assess if the system meets current OSHA guidelines and other regulations. Other things that will happen during your inspection is that we’ll perform an anchor bolt pull test to test the holding power of the anchor, evaluate the fasteners based on tightness and corrosion and inspect the welds. We’ll also perform the crucial load testing that the load-bearing capabilities of the anchor are safe and compliant. If any damage is discovered we will assess whether this has an impact on the strength and operational capabilities of the anchor, and we will advise on how to fix this and how to adjust your system if necessary to meet current regulations. Once that’s over with, we’ll issue a certification that each anchor point is viable, safe and compliant.

Book an Inspection for your Anchor Bolt

We offer a nationwide roof anchor installation service area which means we can help you out wherever you are in the US. When you need your next anchor bolt inspection or fall positioning system installation and davit arm installation. Request more information through our website.
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What Are The Benefits Of Anchor Bold Inspections

OSHA compliance
(OSHA 1910.27)

Having certified anchors is the only solution of staying compliant with OSHA and it’s recent anchorage system ruling. With certified roof anchor, your fall protection system is fully compliant. With that being said, it gives your building the most options over time while creating the safest working environment.

Cost Savings

Having certified roof anchors is a long-term investment. In addition, certified roof anchors can reduce your costs of your roof overtime over time. With a certified system, vendors have more options in how they can perform their service on your building. Every time windows get washed or your building is services, costs are more likely to be reduced with a certified fall protection system in place.

Increased Safety

With a certified anchor system, you are giving your building and vendors who perform services for you the highest level of fall protection available. This enhances a vendor’s ability to perform services safely and efficiently. With a certified system, you know that engineers have designed and certified a system that is specific to your building’s needs.

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