Anchor: The point of attachment for lanyards and lifelines,also called a tie off point. Must be capable of handling a
5,000 lbs load in the direction a fall would occur. (RoofTruss, I-Beam)
Anchorage connector: Used to join the anchor point to the connecting device. (Beamer, Cross Arm Strap)
Full body harness distributes the weight of impact across the body in a fall. It keeps the user upright if hanging from the dorsal D-ring. Completes the connection of Anchor to connector to harness.
Connects the harness to the anchor or anchorage connector.
Device that slows and reduces energy in a fall. It lowers forces the body receives upon impact. (Shock Absorbing Lanyard, Rope Grab, Retractable Lifeline)