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Associate the definitions with the word it most closely identifies.
- commonly referred to as a tie-off point or anchor point) is the secure point where the connecting device (such as a shock-absorbing lanyard or self-retracting lifeline/lanyard) is attached. The anchor/anchor point can be permanent or temporary, fixed or mobile and must be engineered to support 5,000 pounds (2268 kg).
- consists of straps that go over the shoulders, down the sides of the body and fasten both around the legs and across the chest. Specified connection points on a harness include the middle of the back, chest, and at the waist for positioning purposes.
- are components of the harness that allow a connection to the anchorage point and include D-rings, snap hooks, and carabiners.
- serves to slow or arrest the fall over a short distance of not more than 3.5 feet (1.07 m). It can be a fixed length shock-absorbing lanyard or a self-retracting lifeline (and associated connecting hardware).
Employees at risk of fall hazards must:CorrectIncorrect
Match the picture with the appropriate description
- Personal Fall Arrest Systems
- Safety Net Systems