The safety and efficiency of industrial rope access operations depend on an organization’s commitment to successfully implement three key components: 1) Good Training, 2) Appropriate Equipment, and 3) Experienced Supervision. The Level I Worker is qualified to work under appropriate supervision, the Level II Technician is qualified to rig rope access systems and perform most rescues, while the Level III Supervisor carries ultimate responsibility for the jobsite.
This 40-hour course is intended to prepare candidates IRATA Level III Technician certification. Level III focuses on team leadership skills and job safety management skills, including advanced rescue scenarios and advanced rigging.
Candidates seeking certification to IRATA Level III Technician must have appropriate previous industrial rope access experience (current IRATA requirements are 1000 hours). Participants will be asked to perform moderate to strenuous activities. A physical examination by a doctor is strongly recommended. Candidates will be required to sign a Liability Release Form and a Statement of Medical Condition confirming the absence of known medical conditions that might preclude their ability to safely work at height.