Advanced Adjuster Training Courses:
​Rope and Harness & Ladder Safety Course

Don’t be, this training is not designed to scare you off of the roof, it is designed to make you more comfortable, take out some of the heavy lifting associated with steep roofs all the while maintaining a level of safety that all carriers expect out of their adjusters.

Remember, the only person that is responsible for your safety is YOU!

Included Topics:ANSI & OSHA Compliant Technical Skills Including: 

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Learn How You Can Eliminate the risks Associated With High,
​Steep & Slippery Roof Inspection in this 8 hour course.

The industry trend for a majority of Independent Adjusting firms is now to require Rope & Harness training for their core adjusters. Simply put, they are looking for more accurate work product and less liability. Look in any new neighborhood and you will notice that the building trend has begun to lean towards steeper and steeper roofs. In all actuality, the chances that you will encounter a claim with a high, steep or slippery slope on your next assignment are around 90 - 100%. 

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1015 N. School Street, Boerne, TX 78006
P: 877-511-4795   F: 866-521-4044

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Upon course completion, each student will complete both a practical as well as a written exam to ensure course material absorption.

  • Belay Essentials
  • Rope placement devices
  • Lifeline placement
  • Rope and Harness limitations
  • Ladder Safety
  • Hooking Up and Static Climbing
  • Static Belay – Single climber techniques

ROPE AND HARNESS

Rope and Harness & Ladder Safety

Adjuster Academy of Texas is a certified Texas Department of Insurance Provider (#36187)

  • Equipment selection and care
  • Safe Working Loads (The math behind the climb)
  • Ropes and their care
  • Knots and their application
  • Identification, set up and use of safe climbing anchors
  • Creating safe portable anchors