What kind of work do you do with rope access? What is your rope access working method? How does a risk assessment look like? All information about our working method can be found here. Is your question not listed? Please contact us and we will be happy to help you.
According to IRATA, a team must always consist of a minimum of 2 people, of which at least one is IRATA level 3 certified. In this way, the safety of the environment and of the technicians is guaranteed. We think this is important, because we want to carry out our own rescue in case of emergency. Before we carry out a project, we always write a rescue plan in order to avoid any possible danger.
We work according to a clear and structured five step plan. This is to create clarity for both parties and to avoid possible dangers and risks.
If you’re not sure if we will be able to help or if you are in need of advice, we could meet at the location in question and discuss all possibilities. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
Yes, we are regularly asked to quickly mount or repair something at height. Because we work with a permanent team of 40 technicians, we can make this possible. There is always someone who can be deployed quickly on location, sometimes even the same day already. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
We work with a large and permanent team of widely trained technicians. The team is divided into several groups that have their own specialisation. One group specialises in welding and another group specialises in non-destructive testing or conservation work. This makes us flexible and deployable for every project.
Yes, we are regularly working abroad. We have been to Norway to work on the largest ship in the world, Pioneering Spirit. But we also carried out work in Canada, Congo, Vietnam, Mexico and Turkey. Please contact us for all possibilities.