If you are a safety officer for a team that uses fall-arrest lanyards, this guide will help you make the right choice and better understand the uses of fall-arrest lanyards. Two different versions are available depending on current regulations in your country (European or North American standards).
If your teams work with the NEWTON harness and the ABSORBICA fall-arrest lanyard, here is a PARTNER CHECK poster made just for them! Two different versions are available depending on current regulations in your country (European or North American standards).
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Do you work on electrical towers or telecommunications networks? Then this workbook is for you! Tower access, workstation setup, rescue scenarios: use this ACCESS BOOK to review several great examples of useful techniques for your job.
Check out our two posters illustrating the key points of a workstation situation on a pylon, antenna or wind turbine: the partner check and clearance value, which must be taken into account by all those who move around at height.
This technique guide focuses on gym climbing, for you to learn and/or review basic top rope and lead climbing techniques, including tying into the rope, the partner check, fundamental belay techniques, and how to clip the rope properly.
Sport climbers or belayers: this booklet is for you! It covers the basics of sport climbing. What gear to bring? How to belay properly? Which errors to avoid while climbing? What is the sequence to set up the rope for lowering from the top of the route? What to do if I don’t reach the top of the route? ...Find all of our tips in this ACCESS BOOK.
This booklet does not cover multi-pitch or trad climbing.
This fourth booklet is dedicated to ice climbing. We address technical aspects of the activity such as equipment choice, ice screw placement, progression, building a belay or making a V-thread. What sets this activity apart is its environment: ice. Apart from technique, ice climbing requires significant experience to better understand ice quality and formation; this topic is not covered in this booklet.
This third booklet presents techniques for progression on via ferrata with lanyards. Often seen as an easily accessible activity, via ferrata remains a risky activity that requires training, as with any other vertical endeavor.