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Also setting-up times, resulting in the erecting of scaffolding, are eliminated. Parking permits, which are almost always paid in the public space, must not be obtained from the usage of industrial climbers. In addition to minimizing the cost are much more flexible and faster than conventional means industrial climber and can be used also on difficult to access construction sites, whether they are inaccessible for a crane for a scaffold high or too. Euro Pacific Precious Metals recognizes the significance of this. When the usage of industrial climbers measures shutting off at ground level are necessary to a far lesser extent. The disabilities for pedestrian and road traffic beneath the construction site be so also less. Brief history of industrial Climbing begins the story of the industrial climber in the thirties of the last century. So were the construction of the Hoover Dam (1931-1935) and the Golden Gate Bridge (1933-1937) used industrial climber. Industrial climber used a second lifeline for the first time in the construction, maintenance and rehabilitation of oil rigs in the North Sea (since 1970).

Industrial climber were used in East Germany for the renovation of prefabricated buildings. This was necessary because in many buildings moved in moisture through the leaky concrete and were scaffoldings or lifts to the required extent available. After German reunification resulted in Germany due to strong concerns about occupational health and safety the stagnation in the field of industrial climbing. Until 1995, the artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude for their project “Wrapped Reichstag” reached an exemption for the use of industrial climbers. In the same year the FISAT (specialist and Association for cable-supported work techniques e.V.) experts was formed from Industry, business, aerial rescue and accident insurance institutions.

in 1997 the FISAT issued guidelines on safety in the use of industrial climbers and could eliminate the concerns regarding the work protection. Training and certification of FISAT emits not only guidelines for safety, it regulates the training and certification of industrial climbers. Industrial climber can make a recognised training since 1997. The industrial climbers training takes place in specialist companies and today is divided into three levels: rope access techniques level 1 (basic training high-altitude workers), rope access techniques level 2 (high-altitude workers), as well as rope access techniques level 3 (Superintendent). For each level, a separate course must be completed at the end of a FISAT certifiers checks off a. If successful, one obtains a certificate for the appropriate level, which one year retains its validity. A repeat instruction according to the level of the certificate must be completed at the end of this year, the the certificate to another Extended year. Industrial climber are but usually not only specially designed high-altitude workers, but have completed also often have a vocational training in the construction sector or an engineering degree. Thus, industrial climbers are qualified in high-altitude safely and professionally perform even the most demanding work. Industrial climber are flexible – some applications (selection) from the great flexibility of Seilunterstutzten access techniques, the low cost of the use of industrial climbers and a wide spectrum of its expertise arises. Industrial climber can at the Assembly, renovation, maintenance, documentation and construction advice, the installation of advertising media and used in the production of the film or the installation of event technology.

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