Rope Access

Rope access, or industrial climbing, is a form of work positioning, initially developed from techniques used in climbing and caving, which applies practical ropework to provide access to at-height and difficult-to-reach locations without the use of scaffolding, cradles or an aerial work platform.

What exactly are the benefits of rope access?

Well, there are many benefits speaking for rope access. Unlike traditional access methods such as scaffold, scissor lifts, elevated work platforms and so forth, custom rope access solutions can be designed to fit various applications.

Among other benefits, rope access is:


Fewer personnel can accomplish more tasks sooner which translates to minimal downtime, increased production, and increased profits for our clients.


It can be applied to a wide variety of environments; from confined space scopes, to complicated structural steel installations.

Environmentally friendly

Rope access techniques leave a minimal footprint on the surrounding environment compared to traditional methods. We don’t require petrol, oil, or electricity to access even the highest or tightest areas.

Fast & Efficient

Rope access systems are established and dismantled very quickly compared to traditional access methods. Less interference with other facility operations means less disruptions, minimised downtime, and a safer work environment for all personnel.


Rope access has one of the best safety records of all industry. We place a high focus on the identification and implementation of dropped object controls, safe systems of work, rope access rescue plans and other procedures.

Reduced Man Hours

When comparing rope access to traditional access methods, the man hours required to complete the same task are significantly reduced.

Superior Access

Rope access systems can be quickly established to reach almost any area you could imagine. This is literally impossible with other traditional access methods. Rope access methods can be used to access structures or areas that would not otherwise be possible to reach via conventional methods.


Greater flexibility and rescheduling can be achieved using rope access. A change in weather conditions or changing work priorities can be easily accommodated with rope access. The hire and transportation of traditional access equipment such as Elevated Work Platforms (EWP’s) or scaffold can quickly become a logistical or financial nightmare if work priorities change at short notice.

Eliminate the Need for Heavy Equipment

The unobtrusive nature of rope access systems minimizes the disruption on the ground, therefore allowing workers below to carry out their daily duties. Industries utilizing Rope Access.

Industries that utilize Rope Access:
  • Oil and Gas
  • Power Generation
  • Petrochemical
  • Transportation
  • Infrastructure and bridges
  • Building and structures
  • Renewable Energy
  • Shipping and Ports
  • Industrial