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    Rope access welding in UK

    Rope Access welders are paid decent rates (depending on codings) and are in demand in most global locations. Rope Access skills are used in most countries around the world now and there's a huge market for Rope Access in the UK so it is a valid option for you.
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  2. Claudia

    IRATA LEVEL 1

    Hello everybody, Planning to achieve my IRATA Level 1 on March next year. No car or equipment yet or experience in this field, besides I'm a woman. Is this mission impossible? Reading about so many people having so many and various, such incredible skills. I wonder if starting this is really possible. I still don't know if there are companies that provide the necessary equipment and travel or if there is someone willing to make his / her own team. There are many questions I would like to get an answer but not very clear where to start from. The only thing I know is that is not a prob
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  3. Hmm, seems that I'm the only poster in the Canadian Rope section of the forum lol. Well, here's an update: After the 3 week job in FMM as stated in my last post, no work for quite a while due to the oil prices tanking and season slowing down out east. In 2016, I worked 6 weeks on wind turbines, bit boring, ropes-wise, but got to work with good people! After this job (which got canceled due to a dispute between boss and client), I'd been back in Canada for 3 years by then, I'd worked a total of 4 months on ropes. At this point I was starting to doubt my future in Rope
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  4. Been a while since I gave an update! So, I got a job with an outfit in QC back in June, they also got bought out by a big international company around the same time. I got put on a Geo job at the end of June, basically clearing rocks off a face. A quick 3-4 day job at a quarry. On the last day of the job, I was felling some big chunks of rocks off my left, and at some point, I caused a chain reaction that led to the slab in front of me sliding down. I managed to push off, but, since my rope was at a bit of an angle, I didn't swing far. When I hit the face, somehow, my right foot found a
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  5. I'm using Quechua Bionnassay boots their great boots, in fact I'd say one of the best pair I worn. Better still they've got a two year guarantee.
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