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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 certification administration. SPRAT is a 501c6 non-profit organization In addition, SPRAT supports companies and technicians using rope access with regulatory support, networking, and opportunities to participate in developing industry-consensus standards. Membership in the organization is open to any company or individual interested in furthering the interest of rope access. Current members include a broad cross-section of commercial industry, professional services, and government agencies. For more information about membership. The Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians values openness, honesty, professionalism, responsibility, accountability and integrity in an environment of teamwork, mutual trust and respect. This includes honoring and encouraging diversity and inclusion in all respects of SPRAT’s mission as well as with our members, technicians and partners.

A SPRAT certification provides instant recognition and credibility for the Technicians who carry it, and the companies who invest in it. In turn, companies that hire rope access services will look for the SPRAT certification, and will know you offer the industry’s best in technical achievement.

We provide SPRAT training at our facilities.

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A Brief History of Rope Access

Ropes have been used for a myriad of purposes for many thousands of years. From the construction of the pyramids to sailing boats, ropes have helped us build extraordinary structures and go about basic maintenance tasks for as long as we can remember. Humans have been using ropes for ascending and descending for a very lengthy time but as buildings grew taller and taller, the necessity for a safe system of rope access became increasingly important.


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