Working at heights

We provide instruction in rescue at height and working at height for personnel from emergency services and companies.

More and more people are becoming aware of the importance of fall protection, and we have organised courses for companies and rescue services, with the associated skills maintenance training.

To ensure the high quality of our instruction, we have looked to the United Kingdom to train our instructors, since the British have long and extensive experience in this area.

Our instructors are trained by the international IRATA organisation, which provides training in industrial climbing and wind turbines complying with the British BWEA standard (British Wind Energy Association), and by Outreach Rescue, who provide all training in rescue at height for British fire services. The training courses at Outreach Rescue are all approved by the Coventry University Centre for Disaster Management.

Having completed these courses of training, our instructors are qualified to teach in all areas: wind turbines, telecom masts, and general work at height, as well as rescues at height.

They also train the emergency service personnel for the Great Belt Bridge, which at 254m is Denmark’s highest workplace.