All persons who required to access areas using ropes and rope access techniques should attend.
• ISO22846 -Part 1 Fundamental principles for a system work
• ISO22846 -Part 2 Code of Practice
• Associated hazards
• Pre-use equipment inspections
• Emergency considerations
• Correct fitting of harness and associated equipment
• Site hazard identification
• Short re-anchor
• Passing knots
• Edge negotiation
• Rope ascent/descent
• Rope transfers
• Basic haulage systems
• Aid climbing
• Rescue – pick off descent
• Pre/post rescue considerations
Certification is valid for 3 years.
No prior climbing experience required.
Delegates must be physically and medically fit as well as have a head for heights (abseil/climb up to 30m).
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