It is no exaggeration to say that many elements of a bridge are not easily accessible. However, several possible means of access to these areas exist – one of them is Rope Access. Bridges require regular maintenance. Between maintenance jobs, the owner will have to monitor the condition of the bridge closely, and this is achieved through inspections to limit the risk of components of the bridge to not fall and cause damage. Rope Access is the best solution for that.
RT9 follows the international standard for safe work at height, IRATA. This means we plan the job carefully, do risk assessments for every job, and provide a rescue plan so that performing craftsmen do not have to worry about potential accidents.
We are ready to assist you within the following areas
- Non-destructive testing (NDT)
- Surface treatment
Amongst our customers, we are collaborating with COWI with training, supervision, and inspections on The Farø Bridges, The Great Belt Bridge, and The Little Belt Bridge. You can also perform Rope Access jobs yourself by taking our IRATA Rope Access course. Read more about the course here.