Rope Access, no scaffolding required

Specialist Painting Group work alongside Cygnet Projects Ltd who specialise in the provision of rope access supervision on site and ongoing training for our operatives

Rope Access

Rope Access, no scaffolding required

The advantage of using rope access methods lies mainly in the safety and speed with which operatives can access difficult to reach locations whilst working on steel and concrete structures. Rope access also reduces the impact on other trades and services in the nearby area. Another major benefit of of rope access is that the combination of the total man-hours and the level of risk for a particular task (man-at-risk hours) is often reduced when compared with other means of access and their associated risks and costs.

The primary objective when using rope access methods is to plan, manage and carry out the work with minimal accidents, incidents or dangerous occurrences, i.e.. to ensure a safe system of work is maintained at all times, and with no damage to property or harm to the environment.

Specialist Painting Group work alongside Cygnet Projects Ltd who specialise in the provision of rope access supervision on site and ongoing training for our operatives. Cygnet Projects operate out of their Scunthorpe office, with mobile technicians in place to cover all industries and locations across the UK. 

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