There is currently some debate at my company regarding non man rated mounts. We all know that the manufactures do not provide direction on how much weight a mount can hold. When " non man rated " label is used does this mean that the mount cannot support a man's weight or does this mean that a mount cannot handle the added weight forces imposed when a crew member falls into his/her harness if he/she uses the mount as a safety tie off anchor point? Some of our management look at this issue that if the climber is tied off to the tower it is safe to climb out on a T-Arm. Is this the case? Is there anywhere that has documentation concerning this issue?