Frequently Asked Questions
Have you got all insurances?
SkyLabb has an unrivalled reputation with an untarnished safety record to match. Our rope access maintenance and repairs are fully insured with a public liability insurance.
How often is the gear maintained?
As per Australian Standards and codes of practice, all our safety and rope access gear is at minimum inspected by a height safety equipment inspector every 6 months. Each individual system is matched with a maintenance data plate or tag to confirm when the last maintenance check was performed and when the next inspection is due, in accordance with industry requirements.
In addition to this, SkyLabb insists on conducting a routine inspection of all equipment prior to undertaking any work at heights.
What are your accreditations?
SkyLabb has a team of highly skilled and experienced industry professionals. Our staff are rigorously trained and certified with the Industrial Rope Access Trade Association (IRATA).
SkyLabb is also registered with the Building Services Authority (BSA). Further our employment process involves vetting and sourcing expert tradesmen, setting examples within their field.
All rope access works are carried out in accordance within Australian Rope Access Association (ARAA) standards.
Do you require custom fittings on site to perform work?
This will depend on the scope of work and the building type. In most instances larger buildings typically accommodate for rope access work and have preexisting anchor points for ease of use. Contact us today and we can discuss how to help you as soon and as quickly as possible so that we can accommodate to your individual needs.
How much do you typically charge per hour per team member?
Our rope access company can provide you with a quote over the phone on 0420746007 or by filling out our online quote request form here, or email us at Scott@skylabb.com.au
Our prices are tailored to meet your individual requirements.
If someone gets hurt on site am I responsible?
As an employer SkyLabb is responsible for ensuring all of its employee’s are working within a work space that adheres to the regulations of the Workplace Health and Safety standards. We hold work-cover for all of our employees. We don’t contract out workers like other cowboy companies typically do.
We also work in accordance with Australian Law and abide by appropriate anchor point requirements. We work with you to ensure safety is of number one priority to our workers and the public. To date, our track record is unblemished and we pride ourselves on ensuring the safety of our staff and the public.