The Rope Access Skills Workshop 2 is an intensive open enrollment workshop intended specifically for those who work on rope at elevation. It goes well beyond the standard RASW-1 in scope, and is more designed for those who need additional skills involving artificial high directionals (tripods, bipods and monopods), mechanical advantage (pulley systems), advanced anchoring, and offsetting (tag lines, guiding lines, tracking lines, skate blocks, deflecting lines and two rope pendulums). There is also a session on the use of mechanical capstan winches for raising and lowerings loads.
Ideal for those supervising others or performing themselves, rope access work in:
The RASW-2 is 4 days long (four additional days above the six days in length for the RASW-1) and is taught at 4,500' in beautiful Sedona, Arizona (Oak Creek Canyon) and provides advanced skills for the authorized rope access worker. RTR and SPRAT Level 1 Authorized Worker Certification upon successful completion. RTR Level 2 Certification upon successful completion.