Providing solutions for enterprises, media companies, NGOs, and government agencies, Talia's Iraq Office has achieved Level 3 IRATA certification.
The IRATA course showcases safety responsibility when using rope access for rigging purposes, such as installing 4G/LTE antennas at height, with increased speed, minimal disruption and reduce overall costs. The IRATA level 3 certificate testifies that Talia engineers are capable of site supervision which involves rope access, knowledgeable in legislation, comprehensive expertise of rescue techniques, knowledge of IRATA level 1 and 2 and qualification in the IRATA guidelines, requirements and certification scheme. Furthermore, to qualify for the IRATA level 3, the engineers have to have formal first aid training in order for every engineer to pass the UK’s First Responder Medical Training under HSE authority.
Level 3 is the highest certificate IRATA can offer. Talia engineers are now able to use and supervise rope access to safely implement riggings and promptly fix faults should they occur. The certificates further cements Talia’s dedication to the safety of their employees while continually improving the convenience and experience for customers. All of the firm's engineers are trained in installation and replacement of antennas for the implementation of 4G/LTE technologies as well as other additions in infrastructure when necessary. The Talia teams are also experienced with the design and application of innovative solutions to avoid unnecessary costs and delays.
With headquarters in the UK, Talia operate their own teleport facility in Germany along with support and sales offices in the US, UAE, Nigeria, South Sudan, Uganda and Iraq.