Work using ropes and in confined areas
Our teams of trained technicians are able to work at great heights and in confined spaces by using rope access techniques to get to the work site when conventional means are not applicable. As specialists in risk analysis, with high levels of qualification, they are trained to intervene in the chemical and nuclear industries, in hazardous zones and hostile atmospheres.


Examples of Previous Interventions


Inspection, testing: non-destructive testing (NDT) using ultrasound, magnetoscopy, sweating, televisual inspection, testing of fire protection devices.

Maintenance: industrial paintwork, replacement of nuts and bolts, replacement works, reinstatement of gas flares, thermal insulation; sealing, cutting.

Works: lifting, heliports, painting, sanding, framing, siding, anchoring, deconstruction.

Silos: cleaning, laying of tarpaulins, unblocking inlets and outlets, installing lifelines, installing silt cleaning or inert devices; work in nitrogen inert systems.

Work in confined areas: interventions in shafts, pits, kilns as well as toxic and hazardous atmospheres.

Sewage or drinking water networks: inspection, security assistance, reinforcing, concrete, inspections, laying gutters, reinforcing joints, sealing.

Collective and individual protection equipment: laying lifelines, anchoring, railings and barriers, ladders, nets, fire hydrants, mousse boxes, lightning protection.

Nuclear plants: testing supports, thermal insulation, tie rod mounting; inspection and cleaning of water cooling tower. EDF qualification for televisual and non-destructive testing.

Chemical-petrochemical industry: MASE UIC certification, work on chimneys, vats, spheres, gasometers.