Rope Access Contracting
The management team at Eurosafe Solutions have together over 50 years of experience in the use of rope access techniques to carry out works where traditional access methods don’t work or are too costly.
All of our work is carried out to the Industrial Rope Access Trade Association (IRATA) guidelines, using IRATA qualifed operatives operating to the British Standard Code of Practice BS7985:2013. Our management team includes level 3 IRATA qualifed supervisors with a vast range of experience in the rope access industry. As well as using these techniques for our own work we are able to offer this service to our clients to carry out or assist with their operations.
Services available via our rope access team:
- Structural surveys
- Cladding & Glazing Installations
- Bespoke Installations.
- Rescue provision.
- High Level Maintenance
- PLUS MANY MORE
Why Rope Access?
Rope access is a form of work positioning, initially developed from techniques used in climbing and caving where the operative uses ropes to ascend and descend. The industry has an exemplary safety record which derives from adherence to the guidelines laid out by IRATA. These rigorous training requirements produce professional, highly aware technicians that have ensured that there have been very few accidents since IRATA was founded in the late 1980’s. All of our technicians carry up to date training records and certifcates.
This method of access can generate considerable savings as it does away with expensive scaffolding or machinery and allows a rapid installation and dismantling of access equipment, which in turn causes minimal disruption to building occupants or other trades. Rope access gives a practical, safe solution with the ability to solve awkward and troublesome problems that might otherwise absorb a disproportionate amount of time and money.
The introduction of an approved code of practice (BS:7985) has led to the increased use of industrial rope access techniques as a safe and economical way of accessing and maintaining the facades of these buildings. The industry has an exemplary safety record which derives from adherence to the guidelines laid out by IRATA (Industrial Rope Access Trade Association) . These rigorous training requirements produce professional, highly aware technicians. This approach has meant there has been very few accidents since IRATA were founded in the late 1980’s.
Whatever your access requirements are, the versatility of rope access will usually provide the solution.