Industrial rope access has been developed over the last 25 years as a method of work area access in all sectors, including the petrochemical industry, construction, civil engineering, the built and natural environment and much more.
Rope access equipment is lightweight and able to be installed and removed quickly, flexibly and easily. Rope access minimises the need for working at height making it the preferred method of access.
The primary objective when using rope access is to plan, manage and carry out work with minimal risk of accident, or dangerous incidences , ensuring a safe system of work is maintained at all times, and with no damage to property or harm to people or the environment.
High Access Solutions offers a broad range of industrial rope access services. Our advice and service enables your projects to be delivered on time and in budget. Each rope access project adopts the ‘Safe and Best Practice’ approach ensuring the highest safety standards.
Our industrial rope access services include fire protection systems, demolition, glazing, inspections, fire protection systems, bridge works, cladding, cleaning, construction, inspections, MOD, NDT, Nuclear, Painting, Rail, Rescue, Steel, and Power Station works.
- Using rope access can provide an unobtrusive, cost-effective access solution
- Rope access means reduced hours working at height compared with traditional access methods
- Equipment used (i.e. ropes) is installed and uninstalled rapidly to ensure minimum disruption
- Reduced overall lead time on projects which reduces in project costs
- Other trades can almost always continue their works without disruption at ground level, compared with other access methods, i.e. scaffolding
- Rope systems can be easily installed to reach almost all areas, which may not have been possible using conventional means
- Use of rope access could further reduce costs where there may be need of road closures, i.e. busy shopping centres
- Rope access offers greater flexibility for rescheduling and can therefore take advantage of any weather conditions
- Rope access can mean less visual impact during works which may be of benefit to owners of historic buildings.
- Net Testing (we use a Mecmesin machine to do so in house)