The training was delivered by Mr. Tobias Bayer who is Dacon’s inhouse IRATA Rope Access Level 3 expert and assessment was provided by Mr. Laurent Schneitter who is an independent assessor with IRATA The training period was for 8 people for 4 days (from 21-25 April) with the final assessment on 26 April. The objective of this training course is to develop rope access technicians who are able to perform a specified range of rope access tasks under the supervision of a Level 3 inspector as well as providing them with the foundation to proceed to their Level 2 certification.
As well as offering training Dacon also offers Rope Access inspection services directly to clients and has supported numerous large scale rope access jobs both onshore and offshore. Typical work has been for major oil and gas and petrochemical companies and has included ongoing inspection programs for offshore platforms, inspecting tanks in FPSO’s, inspecting difficult to access flare tips on production facilities, inspecting difficult to access equipment on Petrochemical plants and numerous other applications and work scopes.
With the successful completion of this IRATA rope access training course and with more training courses and dates planned this is Dacon’s successful beginning of offering Rope Access training in Thailand. To find out more about upcoming courses please contact Khun Jintana at firstname.lastname@example.org