Fall Protection System Inspection is provided for protection of a worker on a building roof. The system includes a mast assembly resting on the ground and contacting a soffit of the roof. Fall protection systems are designed to protect personnel from the risk of falls when working at elevated heights. The inspections include all structural members of the system as well as welding, anchor points, bolting and condition of cables.
A fall protection system is used for bridge construction which includes a plurality of generally T-shaped cable supports securable to the concrete support columns of a bridle or overpass during construction. A plurality of cables are coupled between the T-shaped supports which receive a corresponding plurality of slidable safety belt attachments for use in securing a plurality of construction workers wearing appropriate safety harnesses to the overhead cables. Embodiments are shown in which the T-shaped cable supports are secured either to the extending reinforcement bar cages of each concrete support column or, alternatively, received directly within a suitably formed closed end bore within the concrete pier of the support column.