To safely complete the training for SPRAT L2
- Refreshment and repetition of the Safe Practices for Rope Access work and Certification Requirements
- Skills and obligations required for each level of SPRAT Level I-III
- Refreshment of different access methods and risk levels
- Documentation of the work: Logbook, risk analysis and job description
- Continuous Safety Checks
- Ensure correct and effective communicability in the team
- Establish and block zones
- Maintenance, inspection, use and limitations of the equipment
- Normal Redirects and Rebelays
- Pull through anchors
- Aid traverses horizontally and vertically.
- Discuss the anchors and their selection
- System analysis including fall factor, catch load and the parallelogram of forces
- Understand the value of risk analyzes, job descriptions, etc.
- Eight knots, double eight, alpine butterfly eye, prusik, barrel knot, double half stroke, bunny ears and double half stroke
- Advanced rigging: weight distribution anchor over several points
- Climb / celebrate and go over one edge
- Tool change, change from fasteners to rope clamps
- Pass knots, rebelays and redirects
- Change the rope pair
- Practical knowledge in mechanical gear systems
- Pitch head haul with rescue rope
- Switching between lifting and celebrating cargo
- Pick of when the injured person is in Ascent mode
- Aid vertically and horizontally
- Cross hauling
Target group: For those who want to develop their SPRAT Level 1 Worker into the SPRAT Level 2 Lead Technician with more advanced theoretical and practical elements. The participant must be at least 18 years of age and must be able to show a logbook with at least 500 documented working hours in ropes and a valid SPRAT Level 1 certificate. The candidate should be in good health and shape as the course is physically demanding. Some exercises can be strenuous.
Previous knowledge: SPRAT L1 and 500 worked and documented rope access hours.
Period of validity: 3 years
Course length: 40 hours (5 days)