锚点是结构的重要组成部分，使其具有防坠落功能。已经有不同的学者提出了不同的现象，并通过试验和实验得出了观测结果。 Tavoussi等人（2008）认为，根据锚固系统中可用连接的范围，存在多种影响。在具有23cm 2的面积的两个钢槽道的特定布置中，每个通道被放置在剪力墙的侧面，观察到张力传递到剪力墙的顶部，这可以防止直接锚固在木材中有很高的拉力。
Anchor points are an important part of the structure to make it fall-protective. Different phenomena presented by various scholars and the derived observations through tests and experiments have been numerated. Tavoussi et al. (2008) is of the view there are varied affects depending upon the range of the available connections in an anchorage system. In a particular arrangement of two steel channels with an area of 23cm2 where each channel was placed on the sides of the shear wall, it was observed that the tensile forces got transmitted to the top part of the shear wall and this can prevent the direct anchorage of high tensile forces in the timber.
A test has been demonstrated as mentioned by Popovski et al. (2010) whereby specially designed steel, nails were used as the driving fasteners to link the steel to steel tension members to serve the purpose of anchoring in the foundation. This setting of the tightly joined elements was concluded to be found as workable on the field and at the same time provided high ductility against seismic waves.
In continuation to the talk about ductility of the members, Popovski et al. (2010) propose that the use of Cross-laminated timber as plain boards of precast wall panels and floors can bring in a range of benefits. Cross lamination of the wood is a special process whereby the resultant member gains traits of impressive 3D stability that opens the possibility of prefabrication of elongated floor slabs and walls extendable to the height of building with first floor. (Popovski et al., 2010)