Tower climbing has been cited as one of the most dangerous jobs anywhere. A big part of the challenge for working at heights is just the physical toll that climbing up and down tall structures demands. Often the fatigue factor raises the injury risk level for workers.
Power ascenders are being incorporated into tower climbing training courses and safety standards as a tool that can enhance climber health and safety.
Bryant Bertrand, CEO of Ronin Revolution, developer of the RONIN LIFT power ascender joins John Celentano, Inside Towers Business Editor, with an update on power ascender acceptance and use in tower climbing.
Learn more from the NATE/SEMC White Paper: “Powered Ascender Use on Antenna Supporting Structures” and stop by booth 326 at NATE Unite to meet with Ronin.
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