Pacific Ropes Blog

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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SPRAT to IRATA Conversion

The two rope access certifications utilized the most here in North America are SPRAT (Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians) and IRATA...

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SPRAT Re-certification.

What happens when your IRATA or SPRAT certificate expires? What does it mean for your work life? For upcoming training for re-certification? Or, moving up...

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What to do when you need a replacement logbook

First, let’s take a moment to recognize the shock and panic that ensues when you’ve realized you’ve lost your logbook. *Breath*

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How To Fill Your Logbook Successfully

A logbook is issued to you once you’ve successfully passed your IRATA L1 assessment or SPRAT L1 evaluation. It will have a unique serial number, which...

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IRATA OR SPRAT

IRATA or SPRAT? Which certification is right for me? This is a good question to ask and we’ll try to keep our answer simple enough to help you make a...

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