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After receiving your rope access certification, the next important step in your career¬†is¬†finding the right gear suited to you, so you can start to work.¬†ūü홬†‚ěį¬†

The equipment you need to begin work in rope access is important, however brands and accessories vary  depending on where you will be working. What you eventually purchase will also depend on what gear you are most comfortable using and wearing. During your training it is important to try all of the options that the trainer provides, ensuring that your decision is based on the knowledge rather than guesswork and brand loyalty. 

The following list is a basic guideline of what may be included in a typical rope access kit:

There are additional items you might need as well including kit bags, rope bags, rope protectors and pulleys, however, this list gives you a basic idea of what's necessary to get started. 

For any additional information or discounts on full kits to give us a call our number is 1300 ABSAFE, or email us at sales@absafe.com.au



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