In February 2015, WorkSafe BC released Part 34 – Rope Access in the OHS regulations.  This regulation specifically speaks to rope access in the workplace.  Ronin staff are trained to meet the standards required by this regulation.
Rope Access as an industry has grown substantially in North America in the past ten years.  Rope Access is used to provide access to worksites that are difficult to reach or expensive to scaffold   Ronin Safety and Rescue, as a Society of Professional Rope Access Technician (SPRAT) Company, can provide level one, level two and level three technicians to deliver rope access solutions to unique access concerns.

Ronin Technicians have worked with engineers, government, heavy industry and others to provide:

  • Bridge Inspections
  • Silo Cleaning
  • Ventilation Shaft Repair
  • Light and Ballast Replacement
  • As well as other jobs where work at height / rope access skills are required.
Other areas where rope access is a preferred method to access the work area includes non-destructive testing, painting, off-shore work, wind turbine work and general services.
Ronin can utilize rope access techniques to safely perform work in areas that would otherwise be difficult to impossible to access.