Is your building, or sections of it, difficult to access with conventional equipment such as aerial platforms or scaffolding? With Rope Access, SHS helps you to complete your projects safely and sustainably. Rope Access enables us to access locations that are normally inaccessible or difficult to reach. We offer effective full service solutions for difficult access projects, unburdening you for the entire project. Whether it involves painting, welding, inspections, cleaning, or maintenance, SHS provides the solution.
With our team of Rope Access and construction industry specialists, we can supply the expertise to execute any high access project. We can provide Rope Access specialists as well as the scaffold builders and construction workers. With our all-round solution, you will have peace of mind, knowing that you don't have to worry about the workforce for your project.
The strength of our Rope Access professionals lies not only in the fact that they are trained according to the rules and regulations required for Rope Access work, but also in their expertise in their own field as welder, painter/blaster, asbestos remover and other fields. That means we can provide a Rope Access specialist and a trade professional in one. Whatever specialist you need, we can deliver.
Rope Access is one of the safest solutions available for working at height. With rope and positioning techniques, we can safely get to difficult-to-reach areas that would be inaccessible using conventional methods. Rope Access is an efficient, cost effective and sustainable solution to access hard-to-reach areas.
At Rope Access safety is paramount. We are a members of branch organisations IRATA (Industrial Rope Access Trade Association) and Sprat, which have mandatory safety policies. In order to comply with IRATA's strict rules, we work with a level 3 supervisor at all times. Our qualified Rope Access specialists work according to the strict safety requirements secured in the IRATA certification and quality system.
They descend and climb with ropes and are suspended from steel structures and H profiles using both fixed and mobile anchor points. These methods are also used to move at height. Safety first!