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Labelling Rope!

There are many ways you can label a rope, but here is one way that is quite simple and affordable. Step 1: Using a hot knife if possible, cut the rope to the desired length. Alternatively, if you don’t have a hot knife, tape the

Rope Access – Pull Through Anchors

Retrievable anchors are used prolifically in rope access, especially in the Industrial sector where exposed beams are readily available. There are a few techniques that can be used to build retrievable anchors, some better than others, but all achieve the same result. The ones pictured

SPRAT/ARAA Conversion

  ARAA and SPRAT have a long-standing relationship. Both associations are member- driven organisations that aim to advance the safe use of rope access through education, standards development and certification administration. In October of 2016, a Memorandum of Understanding between ARAA and SPRAT was signed