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Your IRATA logbook is essentially your passport to work and is used to record all your work details, including hours, tasks undertaken, height of work and access techniques used etc.
It’s an essential item for candidates wishing to be assessed to higher IRATA levels, as they’ll need to be able to produce a correctly filled out, up to date logbook detailing the hours required for them to be considered for higher levels.
You must produce your up to date logbook on day one of your training so we can check off your hours and ensure it’s completed correctly prior to your assessment.
Logged hours must be signed off by an IRATA Level 3 or the worksite manager or supervisor.
So remember keep it safe and keep it up to date because if you can’t produce an updated logbook you cannot sit your assessment!