Pacific Ropes Blog

As a Manager, can I sign rope access logbook hours?

In order for your employees to advance to the next level in IRATA or SPRAT, you'll need to ensure they document all their rope access hours in their SPRAT...

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IRATA Direct Entry

The requirements for IRATA direct entry are strict. In addition to the intense 4 day (minimum) technical training and two-day independent assessment...

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Should I get into Rope Access?

You may have been introduced to rope access through a friend, colleague, or aquaintance at a party, climbing gym, or ski lift. Or, you may have seen...

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We're hosting Rope Access training in Calgary!

Hey Everyone! 

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Rope Tech Story: Meet Our Trainer, Josh!

Josh is quite the guy! Coming from the academic field of Philosophy, Josh has an amazing perspective on life and all things Rope Access.

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How to be a Great L3 Technician

If you've decided to become a rope technician, it's clear from day 1 that upward mobility in your career involves getting to your L3 certification. If...

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FAQ: Rope Access Assessments & Evaluations

After successfully completing the 4 days, minimum length, training course for the IRATA certification you’re pursuing (IRATA L1, L2, or L3) and paying...

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Upgrading to Level 2 or Level 3

So you're thinking about upgrading to Level 2 or Level 3 (IRATA or SPRAT)? Or you may have just registered with us for your upgrade training. Before you...

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Rope Access Logbook: Questions and Answers

Information on rope access logbooks aren't always black and white. So, here is a collection of questions you may have:

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SPRAT to IRATA Conversion

If you’re a rope access technician, then you’ve been successfully certified through SPRAT (Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians) or IRATA...

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