Steel Manufacturing

International Rope Access Certification Scheme (IRACS) techniques are commonly utilized in various industries, including the steel industry. These techniques involve using ropes and specialized equipment to access and perform tasks at heights or in difficult-to-reach locations. This is especially beneficial when traditional access methods like scaffolding or cranes are not practical or economically not viable.

IRACS rope access can be used for a wide range of applications, including inspection and non-destructive testing, maintenance and repair, cleaning and painting, installation and removal, confined space access, emergency maintenance and emergency rescue response.

By utilizing IRACS-certified technicians, steel industries can benefit from increased safety, cost savings, time efficient, minimal environmental impact and improved efficiency in accessing and working on height, elevated structures or confined spaces.

IRACS professionals undergo rigorous training to adhere to stringent safety protocols, ensuring that all work is conducted in accordance with the highest safety and quality standards. IRACS member companies employ certified personnel who have received training from IRACS, and they diligently follow the recommendations and guidelines set forth by IRACS. By adhering to these best practices and standards, member companies are able to fulfill their legal obligations, mitigate risks, and enhance overall operational efficiency.