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All the publications listed here are freely downloadable. Click on a title to obtain your copy.

BROCHURE

DIRECTORY OF MEMBERS

A full listing of IRATA members together with contact addresses, telephones, emails in downloadable form.

HEALTH & SAFETY GUIDANCE

http://www.hse.gov.uk/safetybulletins/hoopedladders.htm?ebul=gd-cons/jul12&cr=8

HEALTH & SAFETY STATISTICS

These reports summarise employment and accident/incident data submitted by member companies to IRATA during each calendar year. Members submit two sets of reports: Quarterly employment figures, including working hours and Details of specific incidents or accidents for each event or person injured. Both sets of data are essential in order to calculate accident/incident rates.

INTERNATIONAL CODE OF PRACTICE (ICOP)

The ICOP provides guidance to enable IRATA member companies and IRATA rope access technicians carry out rope access activities safely. It is a condition of membership that IRATA member companies adhere to the principles of the ICOP. IRATA has over 300 member companies spread around the world and has more than 40,000 trained rope access technicians. It should be noted that the ICOP is not intended as a full interpretation of the law and does not relieve employers of their duties under the various legal requirements that may relate to their specific location, situation and applications.

IRATA AGM 2014

MEMBERSHIP PACK

NEWSLETTERS

PROCEDURES FOR IRATA REGISTRATIONS & DIRECT ENTRY

This document sets out in detail the procedures to be followed for expired IRATA technicians and direct entry applicants. It supersedes sections; 10.3, 10.4, 10.5 and 18 of the ‘General Requirements for certification of personnel engaged in industrial rope access methods’, in this respect. This document also offers additional requirements for standard applicants

Training, Assessment and Certification Scheme (TACS)

IRATA produced the first edition of General requirements for certification of personnel engaged in industrial rope access methods (the IRATA General requirements) in 1992, as a scheme of training and qualifications focusing on safety. Since then, IRATA qualifications have become the international industry standard requirement for personnel engaged in industrial rope access methods. This revision results from the experience gained in operating the scheme for many years and reflects IRATA’s commitment to continuous improvement.

TRAINING, ASSESSMENT AND CERTIFICATION SCHEME (TACS)

WIND TURBINES

Guidance on application

 

IRATA RESOURCES

Safety Bulletin SB8 Revised

Dangerous Knot

Safety Bulletin SB26

Rope melted by cyclic pipework

Safety Bulletin SB25

Rope failure caused by unauthorised lift

Safety Bulletin SB24

Out of control abseil

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Operators Operators & Trainers Go to Map
Trainers Associates

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