November 13, 2013
Training 2000, has marked ‘National Tower Safety Week’ with its learners, encouraging the correct use of scaffolding towers.
Organised by PASMA (Prefabricated Access Suppliers’ and Manufacturers’ Association) the week (11-15 November 2013) aims to promote best practice and communicate the benefits of using mobile access towers.
Training 2000 offers a one-day PASMA Mobile Tower Course which ensures that learners can safely erect and dismantle scaffolding towers.
Delivered by PASMA approved instructors, both onsite and within the purpose built scaffolding training centre, the course enables successful participants to achieve PASMA carded status and training certification that is valid for five years.
In the last 12 months, the training provider has delivered training to over 120 delegates from across a wide range of employers across the North West.
Construction and maintenance firms that have already benefitted from the PASMA Mobile Tower Course include the Eric Wright Group, Spain Building, Perrys and Darwen Electrical.
Alan Winward, business leader at Training 2000, said: “Many employers have mobile towers on their sites as they are often used by maintenance teams and as a safer method to give access when working at height. This short 1 day course will definitely be a useful and is a well recognised carded status by contractors, HSE and on sites.”
“The course informs of the dangers associated with working at height and will equip participants with the skills needed to safely erect and dismantle mobile access towers.”
13 November 2013
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