using scaffolding for load sharing anchor points?
I am looking for information concerning using scaffolding (in an industrial situation) for anchoring purposes for lowering someone over the side to get them down off the scaffolding. I noticed one short thread that hit on it some, but was focused on using first choice bomb proof anchors. I've done a little research, and found the 200lbs OSHA requirement (must be able to withstand it without deflecting 3inches). Of course, that's not minimum breaking strength.
Of course, if bomb proof anchors were available, we would use them. But if not?
Looking for thoughts, common practices, ect. on the topic. I'm not finding it in the few elevated heights manuals I've looked in, or anywhere online. Possibly because it's so frowned upon? But, if the load sharing is done correctly (proper angles), would this be different from any other load sharing situation? Tipping perhaps? Thanks.