Install Rooftop Cincinnati, Ohio
Is your building in Ohio OSHA compliant with the new walking working surface? As well, is your personal protective equipment (PPE) regulations that officially have been enforced since November 2017?
Shine On Group is an advanced services company specializing in IRA (industrial rope access), SPRAT (Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians) with certified employees. Our business is on top of staying compliant with OSHA’s ruling on anchorage systems. Certainly, while at the same time making it be cost efficient.
Furthermore, if you own or service a building in the Cincinnati area, please read through OSHA’s main anchorage rulings down below:
OSHA Main Anchorage Rulings
According to OSHA 1910.27(b)(1)(i), before any rope descent system is used, the building owner must inform the employer in writing that the building owner has identified, tested, certified, and maintained each anchorage.
With that said, then it is capable of supporting at least 5,000 pounds (268 kg), in any direction, for each employee attached. First, you need a qualified person and certification of each anchorage by a qualified person, as necessary. Second, at least every 10 years must base the information on an annual inspection.
You can read more about these anchorage OSHA standards here:
What Does This Mean For Ohio Buildings?
- This rule is saying that building owners and management are now required to provide certified anchors for any vendor that needs to come down from the roof.
2. If your building in Ohio is over 300 feet, then you cannot use a rope decent system (RDS). Unless it’s demonstrated that it’s not feasible to access such heights by any other means. Even more so, this means you have to use swing staging above this height.
What Are Your Options For Roof Top Anchors?
Your first step to getting started is by finding and hiring a professional roof top anchor install contractor. Shine On Group can position you to be OSHA compliant in the city of Ohio. Second, getting certified anchors is a long-term investment for your building. You need to work with an expert that can guide you in the right direction. In addition, while you can go the alternative route, Industrial Rope Access (IRA), we would recommend making the investment to getting certified rooftop anchors installed.