Rope access is now the safest and most effective access technique utilised worldwide for working in high places or inaccessible places.
That’s a big call, you could be thinking.
The truth is that the rope access sector has had the lowest incident and injury rate in the overall access industry because to the development of rope access equipment, safe working practices, and the rigorous training technicians must go through to get their certification.
Rope Access Maintenance by SGS High Level is carried out professionally. Our technicians perform inspection and maintenance operations using specialised access techniques. Our capabilities range from replacement window services to glazing refurbishment work. We are confident in offering appropriate solutions to your distinct problems with our attentive observation and thorough risk assessments.
During the past few decades, it has been a well-known truth that rope access is the finest choice for completing a variety of operations at heights. Our clients may benefit from the implementation of affordable and effective solutions that help them reduce downtime and eventually enhance profitability by utilising specialised rope access techniques for maintenance and inspection work.
So, what exactly are the benefits of rope access?
Rope access services are, as already noted, incredibly cost-effective. Fewer employees can do more jobs more quickly, which means less downtime, greater output, and more revenues for our clients.
As compared to conventional approaches, rope access techniques have less impact on the environment. We can reach even the highest or narrowest places without the need of gasoline, oil, or power.
Rope access allows you more flexibility and schedule flexibility. Rope access makes it simple to adapt to shifting work priorities or changing weather conditions. If work objectives suddenly change, renting and transporting traditional access equipment like scaffold or elevated work platforms (EWPs) may rapidly turn into a logistical or costly nightmare.
Eliminate the Need for Heavy Equipment
Rope access systems are discrete and cause no interruption to employees below, allowing them to go about their everyday business. With scaffolding and large machinery, this is not the case. Usually speaking, it takes a lot more time and labour to build a scaffold to access high places. Also, there is a huge rise in risks related to setting up scaffolding, including the danger of things being dropped, which might be fatal.