Rope Access Services & Façade Access Systems
Rope access systems are ideal for use in tough areas and situations where access is somewhat restricted, making access via other equipment types very difficult and sometimes impossible.
BS EN 795:2012 Personal fall Protection Equipment – Anchor Devices
BS 8610:2017 Personal Fall Protection Equipment – Anchor Systems
Altus Safety can provide expert advice and recommendations regarding which type of rope access services or access solution best suits your specific requirements. Our skilled team are with you every step of the way and provide full fabrication, installation and maintenance services for a complete facade access system.
- Abseiling Anchors: Whether they are used in the form of davits, tracks, posts or eyebolts, each solution can be easily moved and used on a variety of roof types, as they require no attachment whilst reducing the need for several installed anchors.
- Davit Arm Systems: Available for use as a removable system with sockets to suit most roofs, this system allows a generous amount of reach to provide protection for balustrades and parapet walls.
- Rope Access Tracks: Suitable for internal and external use, these rope access systems enable multiple operatives to traverse quickly and efficiently without the need for rigging and de-rigging.
- Roof Anchors: Posts and eyebolts are fixed anchors that are commonly used for their simplicity and cost effectiveness. They excel as solutions in cases where damage to delicate copings/balustrades is not an issue; typically, where internal access is required for external work.
Contact Altus Safety for Further Information About Rope Access Services
As independent fall protection designers and installers of specialist equipment for those working at height. We are also fall protection inspectors, so you can trust us here at Altus Safety to recommend rope access systems and other solutions that are suited to your requirements, as well as being cost effective and compliant to the latest British Standards. Before deciding upon a solution, we can also carry out risk assessments and site surveys to identify specific systems that are ideal for your project requirements.
If you would like to discuss your project requirements and rope access systems in further detail, don’t hesitate to get in touch, as we’re more than happy to help.