When working at heights or in hard to access areas, rope access is by far the safest and most efficient access method used around the world today. Indeed, the rope access segment has seen the lowest incident and injury rate in the overall access industry.
Our rope access technicians can perform inspection and maintenance tasks using specialised access techniques. We ensure that the specialists we supply to your project site are familiar with your specific requirements.
ROPE ACCESS BENEFITS
Save up to 50% of your costs with Rope Access compared to alternative methods. (scaffolding, scissor lifts, elevated work platforms, etc.) Lower human resource requirements and equipment costs needed to complete the same number of tasks.
Petrolis works hard to propose the safest way to achieve your project goals. Choosing Rope Access is the optimal way to combine safety and quality. Proven safer than other methods, you are choosing highly qualified technicians, certified equipment and high level standard operating procedures.
Reduce the intervention time needed to complete a task. Rope Access has proven again and again in previous decades to be more efficient than scaffolding in terms of equipment time installation. Also, you can rely on Rope Access for harder and riskier activities.
As previously mentioned, IRATA Rope Access certified technicians get trained in various techniques suitable for use in different environments. Examples include confined spaces, complex structural installations, and extreme heights.
Regardless of the local location where it gets implemented, Rope Access has a low environmental footprint. In comparison to alternative methods, you are making a difference. It's the small choices we make every day, that accumulate over time.
The equipment needed for technicians to work is not as heavy as other methods. That allows staff the benefit of having more flexibility. For offshore projects, in particular, this is important. When working light, you can adapt your schedule quicky depending on the weather.
Splash zones are located immediately above water level, and these areas are hardly accessible. With rope access, you can easily reach all splash zone areas, which is impossible with scaffolding. Sudden freak waves or foot slips are safer with an experienced rope worker.
Rope access technicians can work in hardly accessible spaces. They can enter and inspect cramped spaces regardless of their depth and configuration. As long as they can fit their body through a gap, they can work and solve problems.
As opposed to scaffolding methods, rope access allows contact with all areas, regardless of height. There's also no time spent removing and re-fitting scaffolding. A rope access technician can quickly cover vertical and horizontal ground.
SCOPE OF WORK
OUR EXPERTISE :
OFFSHORE INSTALLATION, MODIFICATION & DECOMMISSIONING
Lifting and rigging services
Cutting and removal projects
FPSO swivel exchanges
Repair / maintenance / reinforcement of jacket structures
Flare tip repairs & replacement
ROPE ACCESS RIGGING
Installation, maintenance, repairs, and modification works
Wide-range of NDT services
Lifting equipment inspection / surveys
Concrete repair works & coating
Non-metallic repair works