Are the rope descent systems on your building or job site OSHA compliant?
As of 2017, OSHA regulations require achors to be:
- Inspected at least once a year by a qualified person
- Capable of supporting at least 5,000 pounds in any direction
Stone Mountain Access provides the installation, training, inspection, maintenance, and repair services you need to stay up to date on OSHA regulations and keep your workers safe. We work with you to schedule installations, testing, and maintenance, and are always available to answer any questions you may have. Even if your anchors weren’t installed by us, our technicians are happy to provide you with inspections and maintenance.
To schedule your Tie Back Anchor installation, testing, or inspection, contact your local Stone Mountain Access representative.
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From the first contact to the end of your project and beyond, Stone Mountain Access is always dedicated to providing the best customer service in the industry. Whether you’re looking for consulting, E&D, or equipment maintenance, make Stone Mountain Access Systems your first call.
Stone Mountain Access works closely with safety and regulatory agencies to bring you the safest, best solutions for your access needs. Reach out to your local representative or visit the links in our resources tab for useful tips and regulations to get your project done right.
When it comes to safety training, Stone Mountain Access is a name you can trust. We are proud to have trained over 15,000 students in suspended, supported, and frame scaffolding, in addition to offering OSHA 10 and 30 hour courses.