5th Apr 2023
Global Energy Services Achieve IRATA Full Member Status
We are pleased to announce that Global Energy Services (GES) have completed their International Rope Access Trade Association (IRATA) audit, resulting in Full Member status being achieved.
Based at the Port of Nigg, GES is a one-of-a-kind service company that delivers multi-disciplined and fully accredited teams to support, repair, and enhance client-owned assets. Their capabilities cover broad range of services, including Specialist Access Solutions, Project Management, Port & Logistic Management and Asset IRM, Modification & Upgrades.
As part of their core values – one of which is being resolute on safety and quality - GES takes an uncompromising approach to protecting people and the environment, while implementing stringent quality standards across the business. This is reflected in their DNV management system, which is accredited to ISO 9001 (2015), ISO 14001 (2015) and ISO 4500 (2018). The addition of IRATA Full Member status supports this commitment to safety and quality.
Graham Holloway, General Manager at Global Energy Services, said: “I’m extremely proud that as a team we have achieved IRATA Full Member status, having passed the audit with flying colours. As a business we are focused on continually improving our strong safety and quality culture and delivering projects to industry best practice. We look forward to building on our years of experience and success to support our valued clients with their projects across the oil and gas, renewable energy, construction, and infrastructure sectors.”
IRATA is the world’s leading authority on industrial rope access. Their responsibility is to promote and maintain high standards, safety, work quality and working practices for the industrial rope access industry. IRATA has over 570 member companies around the world and has trained in excess of 130,000 rope access technicians worldwide. All companies wishing to become members of IRATA must be audited by the association to confirm that they are working to the strict guidelines and quality standard.
Pictured: Iain Macleod, Head of HSEQ and Donnie Mackay, Rope Access Manager