Professional Installation and Certification of Anchor Points

What are roof anchor points?

An anchor point is an essential element in height safety. Used for rope access, anchor points are a vital part of fall arrest systems on the roofs and facades of buildings and other high structures. Anchor points are used to firmly connect to things like lanyards, lifelines, and other forms of tie-off, which make sure a person does not fall when working at heights. Anchors on a roof vary from a simple D-ring connection to more complex roof anchor systems.


Why are anchor points so important?

Anchor points or harness points are very important because any work conducted on high buildings or structures is potentially dangerous. As such, you must have the proper height safety products to ensure no one suffers serious injury. Falls from heights are the second most common cause of death at work. Height safety is instrumental in creating a safe workplace.

Having permanent harness points in place is also important for many buildings and properties as they allow for easy servicing (such as high rise window cleaning). Anchor points are required to meet your obligations under work health and safety, and occupational health and safety.

Legislation: Work Health and Safety Act

Under the Work Health and Safety Act, anywhere that work is done within 2 metres of an unprotected edge that could result in a fall of 2 metres or more, fall protection is required. Anchor points are a crucial part of fall protection. Does your building comply with the new regulations? We can complete a comprehensive height safety audit for your Miami-based organisation.

How do anchor points work?

Anchor points work in several ways to protect people and structures. For example:

  • when someone falls, the anchor point/s absorbs the weight while retaining their strength
  • anchor points reduce the load on the structure and the person attached to the anchor

Points absorb energy

The new style of anchor points has a special energy-absorbing ability. This helps ensure people using them are safe in the event of an accident.

Easy to install

anchor_points_installing_overhang_anchors_via_rope_accessOur anchor points are easy to install, causing minimal, if any, impact to the structure of a building. Anchor points can be attached to many different surfaces, including:

  • steel
  • concrete
  • brickwork
  • timber
  • metal roof sheeting

Visually subtle

We use anchor points that are designed to blend in with existing buildings. We can place them so that they have minimal impact on the façade and visual appearance of a building or structure. Anchor points are small and difficult to see from far away.

Trust Abseilers United for Your Miami Height Safety Needs

Abseilers United can assist you from end to end. Our Height Safety specialists can manage layout, installation and certification of your new anchor points, as well as:

  • conducting risk assessment
  • system layout
  • installation
  • certification

You can be assured that the anchor points we install on your structure are the highest quality available in US.

Certification of anchor points

We can also assist you with the certification of your existing anchor points in Miami by:

  • conducting a compliance assessment
  • inspecting and testing your current anchor points to ensure they meet WHS regulations
  • conducting the annual certification

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Contact us today for a no-obligation quote on anchor point inspections and installations in Miami.


Anchor Point Certification in Miami

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Service Summary
Anchor Points
Service Type
Anchor Points
Provider Name
Abseilers United US,
5837 SW 25th street, west park, FL 33023. United States. ,Miami,Florica-33023,
Telephone No.+1 9543269797
An anchor point is an essential element in height safety. Used for rope access, anchor points are a vital part of fall arrest systems on the roofs and facades of buildings and other high structures.