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As part of its interventions and training, HTC Techniques Verticales is brought to meet the various actors of height,   confined spaces and rope access technicians.

These meetings rich in sharing, feedback and continuous improvement guarantee you proximity to the field and regular updating of our operating methods and training programs.

Whether they are Managers, Preventers, Head of a company or Employee, they testify in this section to share their backgrounds, their daily lives and their expectations in our sectors of activity .


The EN 795 standard distinguishes five classes:

- Class A: fixed anchor point

- Class B: transportable temporary anchor point

- Class C: horizontal flexible belays (known as life lines)

- Class D: rigid horizontal belay rails

- Class E: deadweight anchors

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Information for workers at height

The EN 795 standard requires that the requirements in terms of instructions for use and marking requested by the European standard EN 365 be met. In particular, the maximum number of workers likely to use the device, the type of connection to be used, the clearance required. In addition to these various elements, a pictogram will be affixed near the anchoring device (at the level of the extremities and access point for class C and D devices) specifying the need to use fall arrest PPE and the prohibition of use this device as a lifting or handling anchor.

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