Safety Netting Installation and Removal - FASET
Intech are specialists in the installation and removal of fall arrest safety netting to FASET standards. Our safety netting operatives are FASET, IPAF and IRATA qualified, and are able to carry out all safety net installations both internal and external.
Training standards for the safety netting industry are controlled by FASET (Fall Arrest Safety Equipment Training), which is the only recognised industry body for safety nets in the world.
In order that anyone is qualified to install, alter, dismantle, or inspect safety nets they must have attended a FASET registered training course, and passed an appropriate test.
Intech are specialists in the installation and removal of fall arrest safety netting to FASET standards. All of our safety netting operatives are FASET, IPAF and IRATA qualified, and skill sets include NVQ qualified riggers, fall arrest riggers and qualified fall arrest netting inspectors.
We carry out our works using all of the recognised means of installation and removal
• Remote device (long reach pole and clamps)
• IRATA Rope Access
Our core working practices follow the 3 pillars of a safety net system:
• Competent rigging
• Compliant products
• Comprehensive maintenance
Our highly skilled and directly employed technicians are able to carry out all safety net installations both inside and outside of buildings.
This means that we can carry out your job from start to finish.
Recent jobs which have been carried out by Intech’s IRATA and FASET trained technicians include:
- installing safety netting as a safety control measure during work on a roof structure, and removing the netting once the works had been completed.
- installing fall arrest netting with debris overlay, placed above clean water tanks. The blue debris netting (image 2) was used to prevent any dust or debris entering the water during installation.
From site visit and consultation, providing an estimate, installation, inspection, certification and removal of safety netting, all from our directly employed teams.