The PASMA Low Level Access Course half day course is designed to train up to a maximum of 12 delegates, to a high level of competence to assemble, dismantle, alter, move, inspect and use low level access equipment with platform heights of 2.5m or below, such as podium steps, folding room scaffolds and wide area low level access towers, in accordance with the Manufacturers instructions, without risk of personal injury to themselves or anyone who may be affected by their work, give an understanding of the legal issues affecting work at height with low level access equipment products, the product standards, and a thorough knowledge of the hazards affecting their use.
The course will include both a classroom based theory session and a practical session assessed on the day by the instructor. Prerequisites
Delegates are required to bring the following on the day of their training:
- Hi visibility vest/jacket. - Hard hat. - Safety boots. - Rigger gloves - Other PPE will be issued during the practical session as required. - Stocks of PPE will be available to purchase should you require.
- Legal Overview – Health & Safety / Work at Height Regulations - British and European standards - Guidance & Information - Low Level Access Options - Folding Scaffolds - Folding Step Platforms - Wide Area Platforms - Hazards - Written assessment - Practical assessment.
The course provides delegates with an overview of regulations, legislation and product standards and covers current best practice, inspection of low level access units and hazards to be avoided in depth.
The course either has new dates in data loading, or is only run as a dedicated or In Company course.