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Rope access is a safe method of working at height, initially developed from techniques used in recreational rock climbing and caving, where ropes and associated equipment are used to gain access to the work place, and to be supported there. A twin rope system must be employed so that there is always a safety back up. Rope access technicians descend, ascend, and traverse ropes for access and work while suspended by their harness. The most common applications for modern rope access include inspection, surveying, maintenance, and construction on bridges, dams, wind turbines, towers, buildings, and industrial plants.
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