All Single man Anchors

**Class A - Single Point Anchors:**
EN 795 class A

1. **Fixed Anchors (A1):**
   - *Permanent Installation:* Fixed anchors (Class A1) offer a lasting attachment point for personal fall arrest systems, suitable for routine work at height.
   - *Structural Considerations:* Installation requires assessing and certifying the structure's integrity to withstand dynamic loads during a fall arrest.
   - *Versatility:* Fixed anchors are versatile, placed on rooftops, towers, etc., providing stability for various fall protection devices.

2. **Mobile Anchors (A2):**
   - *Temporary Use:* Mobile anchors (Class A2) are portable and designed for temporary use in the absence of fixed anchors, ideal for construction or maintenance projects.
   - *Ease of Transport:* Designed for easy transport, often featuring wheels or movable structures for adaptability to changing work environments.
   - *Setup and Stability:* Mobile anchors ensure stability through features like locking mechanisms during use.

**Considerations for Class A Anchor Points:**
- **Installation Guidelines:** Install according to manufacturer and safety regulations, with certified professionals possibly required for assessment.
 
- **Load Capacity:** Anchor points must have sufficient load capacity to withstand fall arrest forces, factoring in worker weight, equipment, and fall dynamics.

- **Compatibility:** Ensure compatibility with connecting hardware and personal fall protection devices.

- **Inspection and Maintenance:** Regular inspection and maintenance are crucial for reliable anchor point performance.

Understanding Class A anchor points, whether fixed or mobile, is vital for ensuring the safety and effectiveness of fall protection systems in diverse work environments.