Course

Man working from rope access

Who should take this course?

Any personnel who will be engaged in rope access work.

There are 3 levels of rope access technician and the level required will depend on the level of work required by rope access.

Course Aim

Level 1 is intended for personnel with no current Industrial Rope Access experience, and is designed to ensure that candidates are fully competent in all industrial rope access techniques currently used, including simple rescue techniques.

Level 2 is to designed to teach technicians how to rig working ropes, undertake rescues and perform rope access tasks, under the supervision of an approved IRATA level 3.

Level 3 is designed to take the technician to supervisor level. A supervisor must be capable of complete responsibility for work projects, undertaking advanced rescues and have a comprehensive knowledge of relevant legislation.

Further Information

Click here to visit the IRATA website for more information

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