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3 Benefits of Rope Access Maintenance


For many years, it has been difficult to provide exterior maintenance of tall buildings due to the lack of access available. Complex façades with challenging access routes are now reachable with innovative Work at Height systems that allow trained Rope Access technicians to safely abseil down the façade of a building to complete maintenance tasks.

Last updated: 08/02/2021

Take a look at our three benefits…

 

  • Cost-effective: Rope Access services are fast and efficient, meaning maintenance tasks can be completed in a quicker timeframe – resulting in minimum budgetary expenditure with more time to focus on core business activity. This can be essential for smaller businesses, as there tends to be an even greater emphasis on spending budgets wisely.

 

  • Safety: Heightsafe have always guaranteed that Rope Access technicians undergo lengthy training to ensure they are skilled to the highest of standards – with a high focus on tool control, safe ways of working and rescue plans written by experts, safety is never compromised. There can be no let-up in Work at Height safety, so our operatives receive hours of training with certification so that there is minimal risk to human life when they are carrying out projects at a height.

 

  • Flexibility: in the UK we are all too familiar with inclement weather, and when Working at Height this needs to be a major consideration. Rescheduling MEWPs (Mobile Elevated Work Platforms) can quickly become an expensive and logistical challenge, especially at short notice. When opting for Rope Access in your PPM schedule, the flexibility of service delivery can easily be met by Heightsafe’s market-leading Compliance Testing department.

 

Protect your building’s exterior fabric with Heightsafe’s specialist Work at Height Rope Access maintenance teams.

 

Did You Know?

In the UK alone, there are 2,375 high-rise buildings spanning from residential towers to office blocks.

1,761 in London, 192 in Glasgow, 166 in Birmingham, 138 in Manchester and 118 in Leeds. It is suspected that a high majority of these high-rise buildings are without appropriate Work at Height equipment, putting thousands of maintenance personnel at risk each day.

Heightsafe’s Davit Arms and Industrial Abseiling Anchors guarantee full coverage to your external fabric and ensure that your building’s structure is safe from potential damage.

 

Do You Require Rope Access Equipment or Training?

Heightsafe have Rope Access specialists with years of extensive experience Working at Height between them. They are available to provide you with a free consultation and quote. You can do this by contacting them online, or by phone on 020 3819 7199.

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Heightsafe's Rope Access Maintenance Technicians provide a safe, cost-effective and non-disruptive solution for installation, cleaning, and repairs at height utilising abseiling techniques.

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Suspended access solutions for rope access technicians abseiling down high-rise buildings to complete maintenance works.

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Heightsafe offer full testing of BMU Cradle equipment which can be individually tailored for you, minimising operational down time and maximising productivity.

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