Rope Access for Inspection, Testing and Maintenance of Industrial Structures

From JPCL, December 2018

By Katharine Stay, IRATA International

The use of modern industrial skilled rope access teams began over three decades ago in response to demand by offshore platform operators for the inspection, maintenance and repair of their assets. This article discusses how industrial rope access can deliver safe work practices for inspection, testing and maintenance of a wide range of industrial structures, often with significant advantages over alternative access methods. ...


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Tagged categories: Access; Health & Safety; Offshore; Rope access; Safety

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