Safe Practices for Rope Descent Systems Guide

IWCA Certification Guide, Description, Technician Training Fees

When Rope Descent Systems (RDS) use is traditional and routine; then IWCA Safe Practices for Rope Descent Systems should be sought after. When RDS becomes non-traditional and non-routine, for instance, needing horizontal movements, long spanning rope to rope transfers, SPRAT Training for Rope Access should be sought after. If you are interested in what our RDS Program covers, check out the videos below highlighting a few of the many components to training!

 

 

*If you have any questions or want to plan a training for your team please email info@iwca.org, sbright@iwca.org, or mike@expertsafetyservices.com

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Practices for RDS description and pricing

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Safe Practices for RDS Study Guide

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