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AVAO® BOD international version Comfortable harness for fall arrest, work positioning and suspension
ABSORBICA-Y international version Double lanyard with integrated energy absorber, captive carabiner and MGO connectors
Labor of love: wind turbine tower maintenance High above the clouds...It is 11 in the morning, in Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz, Bavaria, Germany. Michael Körner and Timo Holub are back at the headquarter offices of Max Bögl, one of Germany's the largest private construction companies. The two men are on their way back from Ursensollen, a city 30 km away, where they conducted maintenance on a wind turbine tower this morning. Today, they worked close to the office and so were able to take the time to talk to us about their profession: wind turbine tower maintenance. Most of the time, they spend their week traveling throughout Germany, scaling wind turbines up to 143 meters tall to ensure that they remain in proper working order. Energy and networks
Individual serial number evolution In order to improve the product manufacturing traceability, Petzl decided to evolve the codification of the individual Serial Number of its PPE. The new codification will include the manufacturing batch number, which will give to Petzl a faster and more precise access to all manufacturing data's. User-added image Rope access and confined space
Petzl RopeTrip Final Stages: Welcome to the Salt Lake City Library! This April Petzl invites Rope Access Teams from around the world to Salt Lake City for Petzl RopeTrip 2016. Petzl RopeTrip is a chance for the global community of professional rope access workers and technicians to share their techniques, solutions, and experience. On April 2nd and 3rd three person teams will compete head-to-head in a competition of rope access skills on the walls of the Salt Lake City library. Rope access and confined space
Labor of love: rigger In July 2015, the Musilac music festival (Aix-les-Bains, France) was in full swing. Just a few hours prior to the festival, riggers were busy setting up the lighting and sound systems for the massive stage on the shores of Lake Bourget. Learn more about the intricacies of this interesting profession through an interview with Ben Mazuer, rigger. Rope access and confined space