Cresto Group is a proud advisor and supplier to the world heritage Grimeton's new investment; The climbing shift and the rescue shift.
With an ambition to be able to offer activities in tower 1on the world heritage site Grimeton, the foundation has now developed two activities that visitors can try; The climbing shift and the rescue shift.
The climbing activity means that the participants climb up the tower and at the far end of the cross arm. This is done with the help of a guide, and the participants are secured with fixed fall protection systems all the way.
The rescue shift means that the participants climb up to the first platform of 25 meters, where they meet a guide. There they are disconnected from the fixed fall protection system and connected to the evacuation equipment (Red Pro). They are then lowered down to the ground with the legs hanging freely.
As an advisor and supplier to the project, we have provided Grimeton with both personal fall protection equipment and the fixed fall protection system to offer excellent safety on site. Furthermore, we have developed risk analyzes, rescue plans and installed the fixed fall protection system.