High-level specialized training, focusing on complex rescues, alternative rigging methods, responsibility for safety and procedures, and a thorough understanding of work situations. High demands are made on the climbing technique.
Target group: Specialized practical training for anyone involved in working with rope techniques.
Prior knowledge: Prior knowledge and/or experience with regard to the treated teaching material is required and consists of:
- Minimum 1 year level 2
- Minimum 2000 logged rope access working hours
After successfully completing this training, participants will have or be able to:
- an in-depth theoretical knowledge in the field of risk inventory, action plans and emergency plans
- an in-depth knowledge in the field of relevant rules of the Occupational Health and Safety Act/Arbo Decree/Arbo Policy Rules | Health & Safety Catalogue
- knowledge of the requirements set by the legislator for personal protective equipment with regard to tests/inspections, training and use
- knowledge of the relevant conclusions from the PPE regulation
- knowledge of equipment use: workplace limitation, work positioning, fall protection and rope access
- knowledge of forces/energy caused during a fall: energy conversion, impact force and fall factor
- knowledge of equipment limitations
- use standard equipment for working at height with rope techniques correctly
- use and apply the different areas of application related to working at height correctly
- correctly perform the maneuvers in accordance with level 3 as stated in the ITRA code of conduct
- a thorough understanding of the responsibilities associated with the level.
ITRA level 3: Advanced team leader. Takes charge of height rescue, low angle stretcher rescues and high angle stretcher rescues.