Installing a rooftop horizontal lifeline often eases worries about OSHA compliance, but without exercising proper care, permanently attaching a fall protection system creates the potential for leaks and roof damage. Although the horizontal lifelines offered by various manufacturers look similar, there are significant differences, most notably in anchor post design. Your choice of manufacturer has a direct bearing on the size and number of penetrations required during rooftop lifeline installation. Proper anchor post design can also limit roof damage in the event of a fall. When it comes to lifeline applications for flat and low slope roofs, we recommend Capital Safety’s RoofSafe™ tip-over posts and here’s why….