Feedback Careers

How-To: Inspecting Your Snaps

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 strength and performance requirements to be eligible. Learn more about snaps here.

Related Posts

How-To: Tying a Stopper knot 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...
How-To: Tying a Slip Knot 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, y...
How-To: Tying a Mid-Line Clove Hitch A mid-line clove hitch is a useful knot to have in any rope-tying toolkit for attaching objects to a line for a variety of purposes. They are simple to tie and can be created a few different ways in j...
Author
ACRT Arborist Training Staff

ACRT Arborist Training provides entry-level through advanced arborist classes and certifications for line clearance companies, government agencies, tree care companies, municipalities, and individuals around the nation.

SUBSCRIBE

Subscribe to our mailing list to receive updates.

Categories