High Angle Rope Rescue

What to Look for in a High Angle Rope Rescue Team

2020-02-28T15:39:14-07:00

The decision to outsource is usually a highly complex and debated topic in business. But when it comes to a legislated, mandatory solution like emergency rescue services it becomes a much more simple decision. Outsourcing emergency rescue services like high angle rope rescue or confined space entry rescue can provide the benefits and flexibility that managing “in-house” just simply cannot compete with.

What to Look for in a High Angle Rope Rescue Team2020-02-28T15:39:14-07:00

Rope Rescue Services on the Pipeline: What you Need to Know

2020-02-28T15:39:31-07:00

It is not routine for pipeline companies to conduct work at heights requiring a high angle rescue team, but for anyone involved with the installation of a pipeline and tasked with meeting rescue or emergency response requirements, there are many options available to them.

Rope Rescue Services on the Pipeline: What you Need to Know2020-02-28T15:39:31-07:00

How Is Rope Rescue Regulated By OH&S in Alberta?

2020-02-28T15:42:40-07:00

One of the best parts of travelling around oil & gas sites throughout Western Canada to develop rescue plans and perform rescue work is getting to meet the corporate operations team on each site, talking to them about high angle rope rescue and confined space entry rescue work.

How Is Rope Rescue Regulated By OH&S in Alberta?2020-02-28T15:42:40-07:00

What is High Angle Rope Rescue?

2020-02-17T16:00:59-07:00

High Angle Rope Rescue (HARR), otherwise known as rope rescue, is definitely not a mainstream emergency rescue service. It is used specifically when significant heights are a factor to be considered from a workplace safety perspective and is mainly utilized on construction and repair and maintenance projects.

What is High Angle Rope Rescue?2020-02-17T16:00:59-07:00