When Industrial Rope Access Reigns: Integrating Industrial Rope Access in Structural Engineering Projects

Fatalities and serious injuries from falls are still among OSHA’s Fatal Four hazards in the workplace. Industrial Rope Access holds an enviable safety record, compared to all other work-at-height methods. According to the Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians (SPRAT) with over 7.5 million man-hours of work, there have been very few lost-time accidents. Industrial … Read more

4 Things You Need To Know About OSHA 1910 Subpart D

OSHA 1910 Subpart D Window Washer

Keeping employees safe by complying with OSHA’s fall protection requirements is a priority for building owners and property managers. The new OSHA rule, which was published on November 17th, 2016, sets new provisions for work performed at heights. These new provisions may leave owners and managers wondering what has changed and what their timeline is … Read more

SPRAT Certification and What it Means in the Industry

Southeastern Rope Access Training

IEI Rope Access Forensics Team (RAFT)recently completed a weeklong SPRAT (Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians) training course which led to the successful completion of the performance evaluation. This training was for both those new to rope access, as well as veterans. What is Industrial Rope Access? Industrial Rope Access has been used in the … Read more