Rope Access by Remote Trauma

Rope Access

Getting the ideal shot sometime requires climbing, suspending or placing a member of crew in what is considered a working at height location. The use of scaffolding, ladders or mobile elevating work platform (MEWP) may not be suitable. If climbing harnesses and ropes are the only suitable form of gaining access to film, then you need to call Remote Trauma. All our rope access specialists have experience working in television / film production and offer practical support, advice and planning for the most challenging of shoots. Working to Industrial Rope Access Trade Association (IRATA) standards means you will be safe, legally compliant and you will get the shot.

Having climbed Iconic Buildings in Central London, cathedral spires in Salisbury through to ascending the 200ft Old Man of Stoer sea stack in Scotland, with both crew and a contributor. Remote Trauma has a proven successful track record with the capability to to provided both the rope access specialists and equipment.

We can help with any or all of the following:

  • All Terrain and Environmental Expertise
  • Rope Access and Confined Space Entry
  • Stunt and Extreme Events Planning and Set Up
  • IRATA Standard Climbing and Rope Access Specialists
  • Equipment Provision and Hire
  • Installation of Elevated Filming Platforms
  • Safety Support for presenter lead pieces
  • Aerial Work Positions and Fall Prevention systems for camera operators
  • Safety Consultation and Risk Assessment
Remote Trauma






2 Bridle Close // Kingston Upon Thames // KT1 2JW

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