We have significant expertise in providing specialist support to enable productions. Whether it be abseiling Will Smith into active volcanoes on Vanuatu or Moulins in Iceland on Welcome to Earth, enabling a group of celebrities to jump out of helicopters in the sea on SAS: Who Dares Wins, or Steve Backshall cave diving in Cenotes in Mexico, we have the experience and network to enable anything to happen.


From enabling Chris Hemsworth to walk across a crane above the Sydney skyline on Limitless, to bridge swings on Foxy’s 48 Hours, we provide bespoke support whenever you need to work at height.

  •  IRATA based rope operations on buildings and infrastructure.
  • Canopy access in a range of forest types.
  • Mountaineering and climbing.
  • Specialist wilderness rigging.   
  • Welcome to Earth with Will Smith – Rigging an English Reeve system and ascending and descending lines to transport 50 cases of kit and 35 people to film and scuba dive 85m down in a cave in Namibia.
  • SAS: Who Dares Wins – Rigging complex stunts across eight seasons, in multiple countries, environments and conditions.
  • Limitless with Chris Hemsworth – Rigging a cantilever crane for Chris to walk above the Sydney skyline.
  • Foxy’s 48 Hours – Building bridge swings in Wales for talent, this included rigging from a static landrover.
  • 007: Road to a Million – Safety and rigging for contestants to run across the top of moving trains in Chile.

Managing white water safety on the rivers of Kamchatka and Gabon with Steve Backshall or free-diving with sharks on the Discovery Channel, you can trust our specialist team to run water safety on your production.

  • Swift water rescue technicians.
  • Power boat operators.
  • Lifeguards.
  • Jet ski rescue operators.
  • Limitless with Chris Hemsworth – Surf rescue including specialist jet ski operators for cold water surfing in Norway.
  • Steve Backshall Expeditions Season 2 – White water safety for remote river expeditions in Kamchatka and Gabon. 
  • Shark Academy – Water safety for freediving and diving with sharks in the Bahamas, including talent and crew. 
  • SAS: Who Dares Wins – Water safety for eight seasons, including specialist stunts such as ‘heli dunk’ and ‘heli casting’.

Running a shoot on a boat or thinking of chartering one? We can help make it a smooth operation. From small row boats to large vessels, we’ve supported crews at sea around the world.

  • Sourcing and management of multiple charter vessels.
  • Marine safety.
  • Working in challenging conditions.
  • Dive and medical teams.
  • Mutiny on the Bounty Recreating the famous journey of HMS Mutiny, a team of 8 volunteers row a small boat from Tonga to East Timor. 
  • 1900 the Island Leading small boat operations off North Wales with historical craft to enable 4 families to live as if they were in the 1900s.
  • Bertie Gregory: Animals up Close – Supporting film crews on a liveaboard, filming in the Antarctic Peninsular with both dive and medical teams.

Spanning the seas of Antarctica, the caves of Mexico and everything in between, our specialist crew of dive supervisors and safety divers provide world-class dive safety support and dive operation management.

  • Dive safety.
  • Under-ice safety.
  • Cave dive shoots.
  • Freedive shoots.
  • Shark Academy – Dive supervisor and overseeing dive safety for contributors.
  • Steve Backshall Expeditions S1 – Cave dive shoots in Cenotes, Mexico.
  • Limitless with Chris Hemsworth – Freedive safety in multiple locations.
  • Welcome to Earth with Will Smith – Freedive safety in multiple locations.

Need a hand managing helicopter operations on your shoot? We partner with Simple Risk Management to conduct due diligence on aviation (fixed wing and rotary), giving you the confidence to fly!

  • Coordinating helicopter operations.
  • Helicopter stunts including: heli casting, heli abseiling and human external cargo operations (HECs), fast roping and ladder climbing (LTES).
  • Welcome to Earth with Will Smith – 120 heli bumps in 24 hours.
  • Dude You’re Screwed – Heli abseiling.
  • SAS: Who Dares Wins – Heli casting, fast roping and ladder climbing (LTES).