What is rope access?
Rope access is a means of getting access to high and difficult to reach places. Workers use climbing and abseiling equipment to climb and abseil on a building or structure.
What is IRATA?
The Industrial Rope Access Trade Association, more commonly known as IRATA, are the world’s largest rope access certification body.
IRATA qualifications are recognised internationally, and member companies are subject to a strict audit process.
Where in the world can I work with an IRATA qualification?
There are almost 500 IRATA members globally, with members on every continent. There are over 70,000 current IRATA technicians working, with many thousands working here in Australia.
What sort of job is done using rope access?
Rope access is the taxi to the job, and is used by workers to do such diverse tasks as window cleaning, painting, welding, NDT inspection In short, when it comes to IRATA training, we’re the original and best! We have established a reputation for quality, safety and reliability.
Why High Q?
In short, when it comes to IRATA training, we’re the original and best! We have established a reputation for quality, safety and reliability. We run more regular courses, and train more candidates than any other in our market.
What is the IOSH Safety Management in the Rope Access and Work at Height Industry qualification?
Still the largest cause of fatalities at work, workplace health and safety legislation imposes a duty of care upon employers, employees and facility owners to provide a safe place of work.
Where the IRATA scheme focusses on the practical aspect of rope access, the IOSH course is designed to develop greater knowledge and competence in the planning and management of rope access work.