VERIFY. DOCUMENT. PEACE OF MIND.
FALL PROTECTION ANCHORAGE VERIFICATION DEVICE
How many times have you heard, “The anchor you tie to has to hold a full-sized pickup truck”? This saying has been used by safety directors, trainers, and fall protection manufacturers for years.
Why not VERIFY with a
Fall Protection and Construction Anchorage Verification Device?
Standards for Personal Fall Arrest Systems are often confusing and left to interpretation. Therefore, VERI5000 has provided a guide to help you make an educated decision based on the standards and equipment you are using.
What method are you using to confirm the strength of different anchors you are using? How do you confirm they are installed properly? AVDs can verify the strength of many structural anchors.
WHAT TO PROOF-TEST
TO AND WHY
CONSTRUCTION ANCHORAGE VERIFICATION DEVICE
In today’s litigious world, verification and documentation are essential.
The VERI5000 AVD™ provides a proof-test and documentation through a downloadable application with Bluetooth technology.
After proof-testing an anchor self-laminating tags with zip ties can document that the anchor has been verified.
VERI5000 Hands-On Training
What Happens When An Anchor Fails
Permanent Engineered HLL AVD
Getting Around Obstruction
Examples of Construction Anchor Testing
VERI5000 is authorized to sell products anywhere in North America. For pricing outside of North America, please contact Hydrajaws U.K. at http://hydrajaws.co.uk/ or by phone +44 (0)1675 430 370.
For any inquiries, questions or comments, please call (720) 446-5880 or fill out the following form:
3830 South Windermere Street
Englewood, Colorado 80110
Tel: (720) 446-5880
VERI5000™ requires the user to read the manual in its entirety prior to use of the equipment. User should wear appropriate personal protective equipment when performing a proof-test. After each proof test a Competent Person or person who has been trained as a Competent Equipment Inspector must inspect the equipment for cracking, breaking, or permanent deformation of the structure and equipment (OSHA 1910.66 and 1926.502) If the Equipment Inspector or Competent Person is inspecting another manufacturers product that he or she has not been trained on, they must refer to the manufacturer’s instruction manual for the proper inspection of the anchor. Some anchors may deform during a proof-test and still hold, therefore meeting their intended purpose. Please consult the Manufacturer of the anchor with any questions on the product and as always, remove any deformed anchors from use. When choosing what to proof-test to, picking the lowest force that meets the requirements will greatly reduce the risk of breaking, cracking or deforming anchors. Pulling anchors to the maximum of 5000lbs may deform the anchor. VERI5000 and or Hydrajaws are not responsible for any damage to the structure being tested.