MIS302 Arborist Ropes
MIS302 Arborist Ropes - 2nd ed.
Minimum Industry Standard series
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This book is one in a series of Minimum Industry Standards produced by Arboriculture Australia Ltd and the New Zealand Arboricultural Association in consultation with the national arboriculture community in both countries. These industry peer-reviewed documents provide a ‘body of knowledge’ which is shared by practitioners and can be used as the basis for training, dissemination of skills and professional development. MIS302 covers the fundamentals of rope selection, qualities of ropes and rope use: it is intended to provide a solid foundation of rope knowledge on which practitioners can build.
Users are recommended to consult MIS301 Arborist Knots for more details about knot selection and knot tying. Details of the use of ropes for climbing and rigging operations are contained within the relevant MISs for those work tasks.
Ropes for arboriculture
Rope terminology: parts of a rope
- Select the right rope for the job in the first place
- Properties of ropes and rope terminology
- Rope standards
- Rope materials
- Rope construction types
- Common arboricultural rope constructions
- Inspect rope before each use
- Conduct regular documented third-party rope inspections
- Rope inspection form excerpt
- Rope inspection checklist
- Splices in rope
- Inspecting splices
- Use rope correctly and observe WLLs
Rope storage and transportation
- Clean, store and transport rope carefully and correctly
Appendix A: Rope inspection checklist
Minimum Industry Standards
The Minimum Industry Standard series is dedicated to all our fellow workers who have lost their lives or have been permanently injured working in the arboriculture and vegetation management industries.
The Minimum Industry Standards project is an Arboriculture Australia led initiative that the NZ Arb is pleased and proud to be involved with. Having joined the programme, NZ Arb works alongside Arboriculture Australia to develop these Minimum Industry Standards. Each Minimum Industry Standard (MIS) provides the key knowledge that is necessary to perform the work task.
|Dimensions||150 x 210 mm|