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Roped Access: Reaching the Parts Others Can't

People swinging from ropes has again become a common site in London. They are not unsuccessful members of the criminal community, but engineers, surveyors, painters, and glaziers. Industrial roped access techniques are now clearly recognised as useful tools in the construction industry. Andy Fewtrell

Author(s): Fewtrell, Andy

Keywords: ropes;access;construction industry;methods;engineers