IRATA (International Rope Access Trade Association) has a proven track record of safely working at height.
JKSkyline’s experienced technicians are members of IRATA (International Rope Access Trade Association) take into consideration their safety as well as the environment. Each project is different and consists of hidden hazards that can potentially cause harm.
We will undertake a risk assessment (hazard and elimination) at the beginning of every job and a dynamic risk assessment will also be conducted to ensure abseilers and the general public are in a safety zone before work can begin to ensure ‘We all go home to our families and friends safely’. All our competent abseilers are aware of their health and safety responsibilities. Not only do we have a dynamic team of experienced tradesmen, they are asbestos awareness trained to recognise and identify hazardous substances. We will inform our clients should we discover such substances and make appropriate measures.
JKSkyline operate a Health and Safety management system in accordance with the Health and Safety Act 1974 that includes procedures for planning, organising and implementing the work in safe methods to measure performance. We undertake Construction Design Management (CDM) risk assessments for Hazards and Elimination to manage and mitigate the risks associated with the project site specific. All jobs / projects are provided with Risk Assessment Method Statements (RAMS) prior to commencement.
In rope access industries, health and safety is very important as it involves working at height to carry out work using ropes (abseilers) to difficult to reach areas. JKSkyline has undertaken an intensive assessment with CHAS (Contractor Health and Safety Scheme) and successfully has achieved the required Health and Safety standard.
Our clients are confidence with our health and safety standard that we are proud to promote CHAS accredited Contractor.