Single (Static) Rope Technique for Tree Climbers – Workshop. We have organised a Single (Static) Rope Technique (SRT) for Tree Climbing – Workshop for the 25th July in Ashburton and 26 and 27 July in Christchurch.
This workshop is designed for arborists and tree workers who have a basic understanding of modern tree climbing but have not yet or just started using single rope technique. After attending this course the participant will understand the advantages and disadvantages of the single rope technique for access and work positioning in tree climbing.
Single (Static) Rope Technique for Tree Climbers Workshops
Friday 25/07/2014 – Ashburton
Saturday 26/07/2014 – Christchurch
Sunday 27/07/2014 – Christchurch (overflow day for the 26th)
This is a hands-on workshop and the participants are expected to climb. To ensure quality training we have limited the number of participants to 6 for each trainer.
- SRT equipment for SRT access
- Base anchors for SRT access
- Tree Frog/Rope walker system for SRT access
- Texas system for SRT access
- Safe working practice when using SRT access techniques
- SRT equipment for SRT work positioning
- Safe working practice when using SRT work positioning techniques
- Canopy and base anchors for SRT work positioning
- How to work the tree when using SRT work positioning
- Primary anchor point, secondary anchor point (redirect) and the forces that are generated
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