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Czech Rope Access Association is a professional organization whose task is to bring together individuals and legal entities engages in:
- the issue of work and rescue at heights and over free depth
- occupational safety and health, focusing on work at height and over free depth development, production, certification, distribution and servicing of personal protective equipment against falls from a height,
- training, training and education for activities at height and over free depth (namely for work at heights, speleoalpinismem and their associated disciplines)
- speleoalpinismem, flexible single technology and associated disciplines,
- employing in its activities speleoalpinistické accessories and personal protective equipment against falls from a height.
Craa aim is to fulfill its mission to satisfy and protect common interests, as well as protect the legitimate interests of its members and the friendly people. To raise awareness among the general, professional and sporting public especially to distinguish between sports (interest) and professional (working) lezectvím, collectively, the activities at height and rescue. Set up, maintain and guarantee a high level of professional and safe activities at heights and over free depth in the Czech Republic and oversee compliance with the set standards. Educate its members and other persons who are professionally or interests involved in this activity, the issue of activities at height and rescue. Cooperate with government authorities and other responsible bodies in matters that concern the objectives and mission Craa. Notify appropriate authorities to errors or incorrect terminology in legislation, technical standards and other documents that the objectives and mission of the organization. Providing consulting and advisory services, sports and business activities at heights and over free depth to its members, professionals and the public and competent authorities. Create, edit, comment upon or correct teaching, information or other materials for leisure activities and work at height and rescue. Track changes in the legal and technical standards and European directives related to activities at height and rescue. Collaborate with foreign organizations with a similar focus.