safety is our main priority

We would prefer to be as transparent as possible and show potential clients that safety is the main priority of the rope access management team here at Rope Task.

Therefore, we have updated this page with current rope access safety method statements, risk assessments and our own work procedures. 

safety is our main priority

We would prefer to be as transparent as possible and show potential clients that safety is the main priority of the rope access management team here at Rope Task.

Therefore, we have updated this page with current rope access safety method statements, risk assessments and our own work procedures. 

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Fall Protection Systems

Need safe access to a roof, leading edge, vertical ladder or complete protection of a rooftop, then we can supply you with both collective and individual controls for fall protection. Collective controls can be described as a handrail system that protects everyone on the roof, without the need for safety harnesses or lanyards and most importantly eliminates any rescue from height. Individual fall protection is best described as the use of a safety harness and lanyard attached directly to a fall arrest system.
 

Abseil Anchor Points

Installation of anchor points, sometimes called Eyebolts or Fall Arrest Eyebolts is our speciality, we have installed hundreds of rope access anchors in many different buildings and structures. Complying to EN795 and using EN7883 for inspection and testing we offer a complete service including 12 monthly examination of fall protection equipment and 6 monthly inspection & testing of rope access and abseil anchors
 
 
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Inspection of Height Safety Equipment

Rope Task are both LEEA and ROSPA trained in the inspection of personal fall protection equipment. Intervals for inspection are determined by the use of the equipment. Most general use fall protection equipment will be thoroughly examined at a period not exceeding 12 months, specialist work at height equipment will be thoroughly examined at least every 6 months.
 

Height Safety Training

Do your own employees work at height, Rope Task clients use us for on site training of their own staff to comply with the Work at Height Regulations that includes the safe use of work restraint, work positioning and fall arrest techniques and skills in the use of specialist height safety equipment.
 

Rescue from Height

Whats happens if one of our staff falls? How do we rescue from height? All work sites are different, especially when it comes to work at height and the problems of recovering a person who has fallen onto height safety equipment. We can offer a simple height rescue course for your own employees. We will carry out a site assessment to construct a site specific rescue training course for your specific working environment.
 
 

 
Height safety rescue
 

Work at height task is to difficult for our staff.....

Then call 0800 6525263, visit the website contact page to discuss the work at height problem that you have and we will offer a safe and practical solution, using our own highly trained staff.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Rope Task Limited
Hillside House
5 Brunswick Terrace
Wednesbury
West Midlands WS10 9DA

T: 0121 502 4268
admin@ropetask.com

 

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from our blog storm doris clean up

After the strong winds brought on by Storm Doris last week Rope Task have been busy working at height to safely remove loose materials that have been left over from the storm. Accessing high rise buildings and structures presents its own unique problems, add to this loose materials hanging from buildings and you have the high risk of endangering workers ...

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Rope Task Limited
Hillside House  |  5 Brunswick Terrace  |  Wednesbury
West Midlands  |  WS10 9DA
T: 0121 502 4268  |  admin@ropetask.com

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