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IRATA International Training

International training to work at height using the rope access method in the IRATA system

IRATA
Szkolenia IRATA

IRATA

The International Industrial Rope Access Trade Association (IRATA) was established in Great Britain in the late 1980’s and was the result of the initiative of several leading companies using rope access techniques on drilling rigs. The association was created in order to ensure safety while performing work at height. IRATA is now recognized as the world’s leading authority in the field of industrial rope access, and therefore the IRATA certification is the most recognizable and esteemed in the world. IRATA has already trained more than 100,000 rope access technicians and brings together about 400 member companies around the world.

Duration: 6 days, including 1 day for the exam (independent IRATA Examiner)

The price of the training covers:

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Food in the form of dinners for the 6 days of training

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Training materials

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Certificate of completion of HAS training in the field of safe work at height

Valid one year from date of issue.

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Certificate of completion of IRATA training

Valid one year from date of issue.

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Work logbook

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Plastic ID card

Requirements:

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The candidate should be at least 18 years old.

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Candidates should demonstrate psycho-physical predispositions to perform work at height.

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Candidates cannot have contraindications to perform work at height.

Contraindications:

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Heart disease / Chest pain or diabetes

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High blood pressure

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Epilepsy, syncope

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Fear of heights, dizziness

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Balance disorder

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Damage to limb functionality

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Mental disorders

Level 1:

Rope access trainee – employee at this level is capable of performing work using rope access techniques under the supervision of a person with level 3 qualification.

Level 2:

Rope Access Specialist – Person at this level has full knowledge and skills to perform work using rope access techniques. He participates in rescue operations under the supervision of Level 3 Technician.

To qualify for Level 2 training, the candidate must have min. 12 month experience and min. 1000 hours of work done as a technician with IRATA qualifications at level 1 documented in the worklog.

Level 3:

Rope Access Technician – Supervisor – The person at this level is responsible for preparing the work plan, risk assessment and rescue action, takes full responsibility for subordinates and the performance of work. Demonstrates practical and theoretical knowledge from all three levels.

To qualify for Level 3 training, the candidate must have min. 12 month experience and min. 1000 hours of work done as a technician with IRATA qualifications at level 2 documented in the worklog and also must hold a current first aid certificate.

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Direct entry:

It is possible to advance to level 2 without obtaining L1 first.

However, the following requirements must be met by a candidate:

  • a minimum of 18 months work experience in a two-rope system similar to IRATA
  • documented minimum of 1500 hours worked in a two-rope system (of which at least 1000 hours should be accompanied by credentials from the client confirming the performance of the work)
  • Submitted CV
  • completed work time summary form or a scanned work logbook from another organization
  • photos of the works completed in the two-rope system
  • a description of safety procedures for carrying out work in the two-rope system
  • present the proof of payment toward verification of documents by the IRATA office

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