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Supply of IRATA Personnel 

Height Tasks ltd are often asked to provide our IRATA certified rope access technicians to other rope access companies who require additional staff to assist the fulfilment of their contracts.

If you require this service for your company or recruitment agency please contact us via the details on our contact page.

Our rope access technicians are trained and certified to the strict standards of the Industrial Rope Access Trade Association for our rope access works. Most of our technicians, including all our level 3's are advanced 1st aid trained.  Safety supervisors are required to be trained  up to first aid at work (three day course) as a minimum.

[ Height Tasks' level 3's are advanced 1st aiders ] 

Height Tasks ltd are able to supply you with certified technicians holding an IRATA level 1,2, or 3 certification. The levels are:

  Level 1

This is a rope access technician who is able to perform a specified range of rope access tasks under the supervision of a Level 3 rope access safety supervisor.

To become an IRATA International Level 1 rope access technician, candidates have to undertake an IRATA International approved training course of a minimum of four days followed by a one-day assessment by an independent IRATA International assessor.

Level 2

This is an experienced rope access technician who has Level 1 skills plus more complex rigging, rescue and rope access skills, under the supervision of a Level 3 rope access safety supervisor.

Level 3

This is a rope access technician who is able to demonstrate the skills and knowledge required of Levels 1 and 2; is conversant with relevant work techniques and legislation; has an extensive knowledge of advanced rigging and rescue techniques ;   holds a current first aid certificate, and has knowledge of the IRATA International training, assessment and certification scheme. Under the IRATA International scheme, only Level 3 rope access technicians are permitted to be rope access safety supervisors. The rope access safety supervisor’s role is to ensure that the work and the workers proceed in accordance with this (IRATA) code of practice, in the manner set out in the documentation for the  work project and with the aim of no accidents, no waste and no defects (known as zero targeting).* *source  

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