ABSEILING & ROPE ACCESS WORK

Professional Painters can work on challenging to get to places in virtually any setting from office complexes, high rise apartment blocks, listed buildings with ornamental facades, industrial premises and manufacturing facilities.

We are skilled contractors that are also rope access experienced.

In contrast to conventional access approaches like scaffolding, towers and cherry-pickers, there’s really no visible perception, zero security threat, absolutely no authorizations needed and without any blocked streets. Any disturbance and aesthetic pollution due to equipment turning up and operating at your location is eliminated.

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Professional Painters are a firm of experienced and highly skilled painters and decorators serving London and the Home Counties. We always aim to ensure that each of our clients is completely satisfied with the finished result.

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Phone: 0800 044 3604

Mail: profess-painters@btconnect.com

The uses of rope access are nearly unlimited in engineering, assessment, property servicing services, coating (painting, cladding and so forth), and cleaning, etc.

Making use of abseiling specialists can potentially produce cost savings as high as 50% when compared to scaffolding firm’s.
Industrial Abseiling is an established way of attaining a secure work position at elevation or in tricky to get to places.
We can give you abseiling access solutions to carry out any kind of property maintenance job from painting, cleaning, concrete repairs, rope access sign fitting, plumbing related issues etc.

We can undertake abseiling & rope access tasks throughout the UK and in particular specialize in London, Northampton, East Midlands, and a lot of other areas.

Our company health and safety practices guantee that all abseiling contractors on properties and constructions do the job securely, effectively, reducing project expense. Offering completely in depth risk assessment and method statements for all work.

The benefit of employing rope access systems primarily depends on the safe practices and speed that tradesmen can get to or from challenging areas and after that undertake their job, usually having negligible effect on other procedures and the local space. One more significant advantage is that the pairing of the total man-hours and the degree of danger for a specific undertaking is normally minimized in comparison with various other ways of access and their accompanying hazards and expenses.

The main aim when working with rope access approaches is to schedule, control and undertakethe tasks with hardly any injuries, mishaps or hazardous events, ensuring a secure program of work is preserved from start to finish, and having zero impairment to premises or damage to the surroundings.

Rope access is a type of work positioning, originally formulated coming from methods found in mountaineering, that relates functional ropework to enable tradesmen to reach areas without using scaffolding, or work platforms. Rope access specialists go down, rise, and navigate ropes for accessibility and do the job whilst hanging by their harness. Occasionally a seat can be employed. The support of the rope is designed to eradicate the chance of an accident entirely. Rope access professionals make use of a secondary fall arrest device in the unlikely malfunction of the main method of support. This secondary strategy is normally produced by employing 2 ropes – a working line and a security line.

The most popular applications for rope access consist of assessment, surveying, servicing, and work on high rise buildings, wind generators, towers, and commercial facilities. Although surveying is the most frequent use, painting, refurbishment concrete repairs can be completed by rope access workers using special methods. The industry is characterised by rigid compliance to crucial health and safety factors which we fully comply with.

Standard apparatus consists of:

Upper body harness, put on round the shoulder area, normally having a sit harness providing one more connection position further up the body. This connection point enables improved stability in some scenarios, like when holding a weighty pack (because the centre of gravity is underneath the link with the rope) and any time someone in the harness might be struggling to retain a vertical posture (because of injuries or any other factors).

Full-body harness, the combination of a sit harness and an upper body harness that are permanently or semi-permanently attached to one another. This sort of safety harness usually provides a great deal of attachment areas. It is most often employed in commercial and recovery scenarios.

Mountaineering headgear, a component of basic safety gear which shields the head from debris. Because rope access is an industrial application, headgear is obligatory as it is on a building site. A head trauma resulting in the casualty being unconscious raises the likelihood of Orthostatic hypotension via the constraint of blood circulation brought on by the victim’s personal unsupported bodyweight in the safety harness.

Ascender, a piece of equipment employed for working your way up on a rope. Ascenders provide comparable performance to friction knots, yet are a lot quicker, more secure and simpler to work with.

Sit harness, that includes a waist belt and 2 leg loops that are usually hooked up at the front of the waist via a webbing loop.

Security back-up system, the most essential device because it behaves as a redundancy backup mechanism if any of the other gear malfunctions. It is connected to the safety (2nd rope) and built to stay as high as feasibleto lessen the distance dropped in case there is an accident.

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