Rope access involves the use of a main line and a safety line securely attached to a fall arrest system, enabling workers to efficiently move up, down, laterally, diagonally, or onto another line. By allowing technicians the ability to scale, descend, or move laterally with a system of ropes, the need for construction of scaffolding and other specialized equipment can be reduced or eliminated. Another reason why rope access is a sought-after professional discipline is due to its variety of uses. In-demand applications include:
Certification With ATS
Students will spend the first four days of the course learning about the proper use of rope access equipment, as well as how to observe relevant standards and regulations. Our hands-on training experience teaches candidates how to tie knots, combine anchorages, and follow rescue protocol in a safe, controlled environment.
After the four days of instruction, trainees be familiar with:
ATS Professional Experts
For over 50 years, ATS has been a premier provider of testing, inspections, and consulting engineering services. We employ qualified lab and field personnel who maintain a strong familiarity with the standards and regulations of their respective industries. Our professionals serve clients across both national and global markets, successfully uncovering facts in nondestructive testing, forensic investigations, materials testing, chemical analysis, and metallurgy.
Our Experts Include:
Quality Assurance Credentials
At ATS, we are committed to providing our customers with the highest quality services, which is why our Quality Management System is registered with ISO 9001. We hire engaged employees who carry out our professional services in a timely manner and work in compliance with recognized system standards.
ATS Accreditations and Certifications Include:
Our Quality Program Also Satisfies the Following Quality Standards: