Mechanical Services

Pacific Ropes: Leaders in the work at height industry.

Let Pacific Ropes provide your team with a safer more efficient solution for your access needs

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Efficient Solutions

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Collaborative Approach

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Professional and Knowledgeable Teams

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Adaptable and Dependable

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Case Study: Welding on Rope

In this case study, we discuss how we were able to help our client complete inspection and repair on a steel stack.

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SPRAT Training

SPRAT (Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians) is based in America and aims to promote the safe use of Rope Access within our regulatory bodies here in North America. SPRAT training also consists of three levels of certification, which we host every month in BC only. Our methods of teaching aim to lay out the basics as clearly as possible; while inspiring you to problem solve and to be as efficient as possible. Team collaboration is essential for successful Rope Access technicians and we embody that nature within our Rope Access training.

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Tower Climbing and Rescue

Our Tower and Climbing Rescue program comes in two parts, Climber 1 and Climber 2. Both are in line and approved by STAC (The Structure, Tower and Antenna Council). This course is meant for technicians who have to climb and work on telecommunication towers. Custom and on-site training is available for this course.

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Petzl PPE Competent Person Course

Gain competency in the thorough examination of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). This Petzl course is perfect for individuals who are responsible for equipment and work at height PPE inspections. But, we encourage all technicians to take this course to gain a better understanding of equipment inspection, which ultimately prevents equipment failure on site.

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Custom Work At Height Training

We understand that sometimes you need training for a specific work site or structure. Understanding the rescue procedures, protocols, and equipment for a particular job is important and you may not have someone qualified in-house to run this program. Our training team has helped many companies in this scenario with our custom rescue training. These programs can be completed at our facilities or on site.

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Mechanical Services

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Electrical-Cable tray

Cable pulls, LED retrofits, Ballast changeouts

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Welding-CSA W47.1

Structural, ASME pressure

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Noise control, Heat loss protection.

What is Rope Access

Based on the concept of “doubling up,” Rope Access is a system consisting of ropes and hardware that are attached to a worker in a full body Rope Access harness. Using trained techniques, the worker can utilize this system to go up, down, and around a difficult work location. In addition to this flexibility, a Rope Access Technician can be supported in suspension at their work location all while avoiding any worksite hazards. Below is an illustrative breakdown of the rope access system.

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FAQs About Rope Access

Pacific Ropes: Innovative Solutions

Helping construction and energy industries access hard-to-reach locations with custom work at height solutions