Safety One offers three levels of Rope Access Training courses to students who use rope access as a method to gain access to their worksite on tall structures.
The Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians (SPRAT) is a North American trade organization that publishes consensus standards and certifies workers to those standards.
Course Objectives for Rope Access Training – Non-SPRAT Certified:
Course Objectives of the SPRAT Level I (rope technician):
Course Objectives of the SPRAT Level II (lead rope technician):
Course Objectives of the SPRAT Level III (site supervisor):
Safety One Rope Access Training: One to Two Days
SPRAT Certification Trainings: Five Days (40 hours)
This course covers the topics and techniques of:
This Rope Access Training course is designed for students who use rope access as a method to gain access to their worksite on tall structures, i.e.
The Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians (SPRAT) is a member-driven organization that advances the safe use of rope access through education, standards development, and administering certifications.
No formal prerequisites for this course at Level I.
Physically demanding course, ensure proper mental and physical aptitude prior to enrollment
This course meets the requirements OSHA Regulations.
SPRAT Member Organization
SPRAT certified technicians have the best safety record of all workers at height.
The rope access technician maintains a minimum 2 rope system at all times.
The systematic use of a second lifeline provides the crew with a faster ability to perform a rescue.
Rather than deploying a seldom used rescue kit in the event of an emergency the rescue rope is already with the hurt man.
Safety One’s SPRAT instructors are all SPRAT certified. Many of the core principles from rope access are deployed in all of the Safety One classes.
The redundant rope grab and rescue plans are developed within the rope access mindset.
Level I Technician (Rope Access Worker): An individual who performs rope access work.
A Level 1 technician can maneuver to and work from locations that would be impossible using traditional fall protection methods.
Level II Technician (Rope Access Lead Technician): An individual who is responsible for physically conducting rope access operations and/or safety evaluations of rope access operations, including
Level III Technician (Rope Access Supervisor): An individual who is responsible for the overall rope access work site and performs all Rope Access Supervisor duties as assigned in the employer’s rope access work program.
The level 3 has the highest rescue ability and often stands ready to do advanced rigging.
Rope Access Training Topics-
Classroom Training and Field Training:
SPRAT Certification Classes Are Five-Day Long.
Students will receive the Safety One Rope Access Training Student Manual and other materials necessary for the course.
The SPRAT Certification requirements and Safe Practices documentation can be provided upon request by contacting Safety One at 1-800-485-7669.
“Participated in SPRAT cert. Awesome experience! Great facility, expert staff!” – S. Krause
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“We made the decision to have Safety One train our entire tower crew after sending two climbers to evaluate the program. It was a great system for measuring skill levels and giving our guys more tools in their toolbox for difficult situations in the field.”
For companies that have five or more employees that need safety certification, Safety One offers all open enrollment courses and customized fall protection trainings at the client’s site.
By tailoring a training course to your site and your staff, we are able to address specific issues unique to your business needs and resolve fall protection hazards in and around your facility.
In addition, there is cost savings by reducing employee down time.