Rope Access Inspection provides Training along with Supplying Workforce to Customers

Cape Town, Western Cape ( Freeukpressrelease ) March 19, 2012 – Rope Access Inspection company follows the international standards of IRATA and it has a minimum incident rate of 1.22-1.45 per 100,000 hours of work on ropes. To become a member of IRATA companies must have zero fatalities on ropes for a period of 20 years.

Rope access companies in South Africa is well known for service and best value for money, they have workforce who can perform any job safely and efficiently at the right time. The company can work for any field including on oil rigs, oil platforms, FPSO’s, oil tankers, bulk carriers, cruise liners, iconic structures, buildings, bridges, mountain sides, etc. Following the IRATA proven and safe method, the company uses double rope system especially for building maintenance and offshore maintenance of oil fields.

Rope access is also specialized in offering professional service to mining industry both locally and internationally. Different types of services offered by the company include welding inspection, pressure vessel inspection, drag line inspection, maintaining quality control during fabrication and erection, etc. When it comes to oil and gas the company is specialized in cable Tray replacement and installation, spring hanger inspection & replacement, grinding, cutting and fitting, maintenance work, inspection and many more.

Training is also provided by rope access services and it includes applicable legislation, the theory of fall factors, shock-loads and damages caused in the event of a fall and care and inspection techniques of personal protective equipment.

As per the IRATA training guidelines it is mandatory for independent assessment, and every successful candidate is internationally recognized. Training courses regularly takes place at ASC’s Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg. During the training process the candidates are made to undergo various training procedures including correct rigging procedures & knots, ascending & descending techniques, changeovers, rope to rope transfers, passing knots, rescue techniques, hauling techniques and various safe working procedures.

Trained technicians are working worldwide in various countries including England, France, Australia, Canada, Malaysia and many more countries. Not to mention, they are working in different tough situations without scaffolding.

To be eligible for the course one must be more than 18 years of age and the duration of the course is a minimum of 5 days.

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Rope access companies in South Africa supply workforce to different types of customers. You can also know more about us at http://rope-access.co.za/