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RE: [EXTERNAL] Implementing a Two-Ropes System - HSE Requirement?

Subject: RE: [EXTERNAL] Implementing a Two-Ropes System - HSE Requirement?
From: Harrison, Sean
Date: Dec 03 2019 11:08:58
Ran out of climbing line.
Jumped from rear of van.
During descent prussik loop slipped off the end of the rope as no stopper 
knot had been tied
Cut climbing rope with chainsaw whilst removing main stem
Tied into two dead branches that both failed..............

It is always because of the idiotic that the rest of society must be  guided, 
legislated and shackled.


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On Behalf Of PC
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Subject: [EXTERNAL] Implementing a Two-Ropes System - HSE Requirement?

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Morning all,

Is anybody aware of the immediate implications for climbing Arborists and 
managers in relation to the web-link below:

https://www.trees.org.uk/News-Blog/Latest-News/Two-rope-working-–-an-update

Thanks,

Paul




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