OUR SERVICES

Commercial Division

 

  • External Façade Cleaning
  • Architectural Signage Fitting
  • Advertisement Banner Fitting
  • Professional Engineer Endorsement
  • LED Installation and Repair
  • Neon Installation and Repair
  • External Façade Painting
  • External Façade Sealant Work
  • Anchoring Point
  • Horizontal and Vertical Installation/Inspection
  • Building Maintenance
  • Huck Net (working platform)

Training Courses

IATRAS 

Course Aim

IATRAS training covers the characteristics of a safe system of work, including equipment, legal requirements, objective hazards, risk assessment and method statements, conformity and certification, inspection, emergency considerations and rescue procedures. The trainees have a chance to learn basic principles of movement on ropes:

  • Ascent
  • Descent
  • changing from ascent to descent
  • changing from rope to rope
  • crossing a knot, aid climbing and traversing
  • passing re-belays and deviations
  • use of a back-up system
  • elementary rigging and rope management
  • elementary rescue.

IRATA

Course Aim

IRATA Level 1

A rope access technician who is able to perform a range of rope access tasks, under the authorized supervision of a trained IRATA Level 3 rope access safety supervisor is:
a) able to understand and follow the rope access procedures,
method statements and associated risk assessments;
b) responsible for pre-use checks of his/her own rope
access equipment;
c) able to assist in rigging, and other operations, under the
guidance of a higher grade;
d) able to undertake a simple rescue in descent, and assist in
rescue operations.

IRATA Level 2

An experienced rope access technician who is able to perform
more complex tasks, under the authorized supervision of a trained
IRATA Level 3 rope access safety supervisor, is:
a) able to demonstrate the skills and knowledge required of
Levels 1 and 2;
b) capable of more complex rigging, including re-belays,
deviations and tensioned lines;
c) able to undertake rescues from a variety of situations;
d) able to assemble and implement hauling systems.

IRATA Level 3

An experienced rope access technician who is responsible for
understanding and implementing the rope access procedures,
method statements and associated risk assessments and:
a) is able to demonstrate the skills and knowledge required of
Levels 1 and 2;
b) understands the principles and elements of IRATA International’s
safe systems of work;
c) is conversant with relevant work techniques and legislation;
d) has extensive knowledge of advanced rope access rigging
and rescue techniques;
e) holds an appropriate and current orst aid certio cate.
A Level 3 may become a rope access safety supervisor

Inspection Division

  • Tank Cleaning, Inspection, Servicing, and Maintenance
  • Provide ASNT, PCN/In-house Inspectors for various NDT (Drop Object Survey/Third Party Inspection)
  • Lifting Gear Inspection
  • Derrick Inspections, Repair & Maintenance

Marine Oil & Gas Division

  • Diving
  • Confined-Space Assessment
  • Certified Complete Ladder Safety Installation (DBI SALA LAD SAF)
  • Rope access specialists’ technicalities and assiduous to provide solution and upper-hand access to rigs worldwide.
  • Installation/Change out of Derrick Lifting Equipment(s) at height (e.g. Strip Lights, Under Crown Sheaves, etc.)
  • Close out Existing Corrective Action(s) that has been put up on Rig and Derrick by other Third-Party Inspection.
  • Survey of excess Tar Built-ups on Crown Block Sheaves and Surroundings
  • Welding 3G,4G, 6G, (SMAW, FCAW)
  • Pipework Installation
  • Electrical Installations
  • Certified Huck Safety Net Working Platform Installation
  • Derrick Painting Services
  • Bolt checks, torqueing and change-out