An anchorage is the secure point of attachment and is a vital part of any fall protection system. It must be designed to withstand the maximum load of force that could be incurred in a fall. The appropriate anchorage varies based on a number of factors, which our engineers consider to identify the right type of anchorage for the specific location and the work being performed. Fall protection anchor points are usually installed on the roof and are used to connect lanyards, lifelines and other forms of tie-off which prevent a worker from falling. Roof anchors can be as simple as a D-ring connection or as complex as a complete lifeline system. Both permanent and temporary fall protection anchors are available.