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January 25, 2018

IRATA – Verify Rope Access Certificates

As a fraud prevention measure, IRATA International no longer issue PDF copies of IRATA rope access training certificates.  Instead you can check the status of any IRATA rope access technician at Enter the IRATA Technicians surname and full IRATA number (digits after slash) to confirm the Level they are qualified to work as and […]

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December 18, 2017

Christmas & New Year Opening Hours

ARCH will be closed from 5pm Thursday 21st December 2017 – 2nd January 2018 for the Christmas and New Year break.  ARCH will re-open at 08.30am on Wednesday 03 January 2018.  We would like to wish all of our customers a Happy Christmas and New Year.   During the Christmas holidays, you can email your booking request to, see […]

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November 25, 2016


ARCH had its second annual audit by Achilles on 11 November 2016 and is pleased to have achieved the following standards through assessment for Safety, Health, Environmental and Quality practices and procedures as a registered supplier, scoring an overall average of 100% for our on site assessment and 92% for our management system evaluation.  ARCH is a member of Achilles […]

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October 21, 2016

Welcome to WINDA

It’s the end of ARCH’s first week operating WINDA, this is a new online system for registration of Global Wind Organisation certificates which is now in place for wind turbine technicians in Ireland, UK and globally. Starting 17 October 2016, it is now a requirement that all GWO delegates register a profile in WINDA at […]

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September 15, 2016

WINDA – A New Global Wind Industry Training Records Database

On 17th October 2016, Global Wind Organisation (GWO) will commence operation of a new Global Wind Industry Training Records Database – WINDA. WINDA is designed to provide assurance and confidence in the status and validity of approved Training Providers and the training status of individuals. From 17 October 2016, all GWO training participants will be required to […]

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