High Q UK’s core training offerings are the IRATA Level 1, IRATA Level 2 and IRATA Level 3 courses.

We also have an IOSH approved course aimed specifically at Rope Access Supervisors and Managers,

IRATA Training Courses
IOSH Approved Courses
• Confined Space Rescue

Rope Access Contracting

It is essential that high risk projects are thoroughly planned and managed by people with strong technical capabilities. Our project teams include management and engineering graduates with decades of engineering project experience, and our track record is evidence of our focused and professional approach.

Rope Access Consultancy

High Q boast an industry leading management team that includes two IRATA Auditors, four IRATA Assessors and a former IRATA Technical Officer. High Q lead the industry with the evolution of rope access system auditing and assurance, including the development of key auditing tools.

High Q’s core business is rope access and the provision of solutions to all aspects of working at height. From IRATA training to the deployment of multi-discipline rope access teams, High Q have established a reputation for quality, safety and reliability.

Work at height demands a serious approach. Still the largest single cause of fatalities at work, workplace health and safety legislation covering working at height imposes a duty of care upon employers, employees, and facility owners and managers to provide a safe place of work. Central to High Q’s commitment to safe work at height is our commitment to IRATA membership. IRATA (Industrial Rope Access Trade Association) has long been regarded as representing world’s best practice in terms of their commitment to safety, training and work protocols. Member companies are regularly subjected to rigorous independent audits of their operating procedures, a process which ensures consistency and quality across the board.

Only IRATA member companies can provide the depth of experience required to tackle work at height tasks and training of personnel. Demand the IRATA standard as part of your risk assessment protocols.