Climbing Wall Inspections
Climbing wall inspections by an outside party are key to maintaining the safest possible climbing environment and protecting a major physical asset.
- Identify issues with the surface and framework of the wall as well as flooring and equipment.
- Provide insight into risk management, operations, and programming.
- Offer an opportunity to discuss possible wall, facility, operation, and programming improvements.
- Keep your facility in compliance with some insurance requirements and regional regulations.
The Climbing Wall Association (CWA) has established best-practice guidelines for inspections.
- The inspection should be conducted by an outside party.
- Outdoor walls should be inspected every 2 years minimum.
- Indoor walls should be inspected every 4 years minimum.
- Request a proposal via phone or email.
- Return signed proposal with 50% deposit.
- Schedule inspection date and then Eldorado arranges logistics.
- At a minimum, a wall manager or coordinator is required to be present for the inspection. All logs, manuals, and documentation related to the wall and it’s operation should be available.
- Inspection report and invoice for the final 50% will be delivered within 15 business days after the inspection. The report outlines the condition and status of the wall, equipment, flooring, operations and risk management, as well as any relevant recommendations for change or improvements of those elements.