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General Climbing Discussion

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Laws and Regs 2-Jul-2016 At 6:23:15 PM lightfoot
In terms of the prevention of falls regs, recreational climbing is exempt along with a number of other activities. I would think (and happy to be corrected) that you would be covered if you were using systems that would, be considered 'industry best practice' and that you insurer is happy.

Fall arrest standard e.g. AS1891 will specify anchor strengths of min 15kN for single user and other requirements but in the eyes of the law it is still only guidance material in my understanding.

Interested to hear others opinions on this also

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