Evaluating Potential New At-Height Workers: A Guest Post

Due to recent tragedies, we have decided that our usual sarcastic and satirical perspective on life should take a seat and let the depth of things sink in. We love to play around, but think it might be a good time to say when and really let the severity of recent happenings register. It is said that reflection is the greatest …

Amy LavinEvaluating Potential New At-Height Workers: A Guest Post

An Honest Discussion on the Petzl Jag Traxion Pulley

  We recently tricked a lead instructor from Safety One into reviewing the Petzl Jag Traxion Pulley and giving us his honest opinion on this equipment. We were lucky enough to lure in Brian Bourquin. Winner of the rescue event in the past two SPRAT Olympics, Brian is an expert rope access technician and a Level 3 SPRAT certified rope …

Amy LavinAn Honest Discussion on the Petzl Jag Traxion Pulley
Lineman Safely Scaling Tower

OSHA’s New Electrical Utility Rules Translated into Laymen Terms

  Back when cassette players ran the portable musical show, when Miller Lite was the light beer of choice, and air hockey tables littered arcades everywhere, OHSA was thinking about death. They implemented their first set of workplace standards in the early 1970s, and until recently, little had changed. But, fear not, for OSHA has recently installed new specifications to measure workplace …

Amy LavinOSHA’s New Electrical Utility Rules Translated into Laymen Terms

How Long Do Your Gloves Last?

Here at Rope and Rescue we’re passionate about providing work-at-height professionals like you with high quality gear for great prices. This idea guides us as we pick suppliers, but it also guides us when we make our own gear. We carry highly durable Cordura bolt bags, rope bags, rescue packs, and more. The latest addition to our line of work-at-height gear is …

Jacob WallaceHow Long Do Your Gloves Last?