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While there are many types of hard hats to choose from, they all have one thing in common: they’re an absolute necessity for staying safe on the job. Learn more about what makes a hard hat safe and some tests you can perform on your hard hat.Read More
A snap is a critical piece of safety hardware for employees who climb as part of their responsibilities. While there are several styles and materials that can be used, ALL snaps must meet certain ALL snaps must meet certain requirements to be eligible.Read More
An overhand knot is a common, easy-to-tie knot that can be further strengthened into a slip knot with just a couple quick steps. By simply inserting one end of a rope back through the overhand knot, you can create a secure loop that can only be loosened one way.Read More
At ACRT Arborist Training, safety comes first at all times. Whether you’re working remote in the field, in a residential neighborhood, or a more densely populated area, a proper safety vest is critical.Read More
Stopper knots are important for keeping yourself safe while climbing. In this video, we explore a few types of stopper knots. Included this time are the overhand knot, the figure eight, and the double fisherman’s knot.Read More
Before you tie knots, it’s important that you know your way around a rope. In this two minute learning knot-basics video, you’ll learn terms you’ll find in knot-tying instructions, as well as helpful tips to make your knot-tying more efficient.Read More