Industrial Services and Rope Access Services - Blog
WORKING AS A ROPE ACCESS TECHNICIAN
Are you looking for a work at height? If you have already begun exploring your options, you may have come across scaffolding and MEWPs alternatives where employees use industrial ropes instead of platforms to reach a high or hard-to-reach location. You may even have noticed people working this way in real life, on bridges repairing metalwork or cleaning windows in office blocks.
How to become Rope Access technician?
If you enjoy climbing and feeling the surge of adrenaline, this is your chance to finally turn your passion into a full-time career. Rope access technicians are specialists who want to reach the heights using ropes. This type of access is needed for rescue, high-level construction, oil rigs, etc. For the ropes to be successful, the rope access technician’s ability to keep cool in difficult situations and maintain the safety of the entire project. Do you think, that you have what it takes to become a rope access technician?
THE FUTURE OF ROPE ACCESS
Customers often wonder what the rope access can do. It is believed that the ropes can easily move up and down outside the building. However, this could not be further from the truth. In fact, rope access is a multifunctional technique that can be used in a variety of ways, such as wind turbine inspections and indoors.
Using rope access techniques, the Inspection & Rope Access Specialists team was able to perform a wide variety of height work at many locations offshore and onshore, which otherwise would be difficult to achieve with standard equipment.
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