Professional Rope Access Courses, Services & Gear
Elevated Safety continually develops and customizes courses to deliver the best and most up to date rope access knowledge available. From training workers on specific job site hazards to professional rescuers preparing for the unexpected hazards, our team of instructors ensure our courses teach the best and safest methods possible.
SPRAT LEVELS I, II, & III // Industrial Training
This 4-day rope access training and 1-day evaluation is for SPRAT Certification Levels and concluded is conducted along with SPRAT Evaluator. These courses teach workers how to safely access structures using two-rope systems, as well as advanced techniques of structural progression and rescue.
Rope Access Specialist Services
Elevated Safety can execute or assist with your rope access and rescue plans. Getting the work done safely and efficiently.
One-Stop, Industry-Grade Gear Shop
Elevated Safety is your single source for safety equipment and training. As an authorized dealer for the leading brands in vertical safety, we can consult, equip, and train your team.
2M Grillon Adjustable Lanyard // PETZL
The GRILLON adjustable lanyard is used to make work positioning systems, to complement a fall-arrest system. Its length can be very easily and precisely adjusted as necessary for comfortable positioning at the work station. Depending on the configuration, it can be used in single or double mode. GRILLON is available in seven lengths (2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 15 and 20 m), and also in black. It is certified to North American, European and Russian standards.
Ninja Foot Ascender // HARKEN INDUSTRIAL
Climbing rope has never been easier. The Ninja™ Foot Ascender from Harken Industrial™ is lightweight and durable. The housing is aluminum and the rope-holding dual cams are stainless steel. Foot ascenders use your body’s largest muscle group to ascend a rope easily and quickly. The Ninja has a maximum working load of 1.5 kN (330 lb) and can handle rope up to 13 mm (1/2″). The Ninja is designed with springs that reduce rope drag to the lowest of any available foot ascender. This means that there is a smoother and easier take off without having to counterweight the rope or reach down to pull the rope through the unit. The result? Increased worker productivity.