PASMA Low Level Access Training
Boss Training offer PASMA low level access training courses across the UK with courses usually available at short notice.
Low level platforms are increasingly being used across a range of industries. Formerly mainly used in the construction industry, low level equipment; which includes podium steps, folding room scaffolds, and low level access towers; are now commonplace in schools, hospitals, colleges, shops, industrial units and other workplaces.
Who should attend PASMA low level training?
This training is intended for anyone who uses low level access equipment, across all industries.
PASMA low level training from Boss Training
Our PASMA low level training provides specific instruction on low level equipment with a platform height of 2.0m or less. As with the standard PASMA training course, this training incorporates both practical and theory sessions. These can both be completed within a half day course. We can accommodate up to 12 delegates per session (we can run 2 half day sessions in one day to cater for larger numbers if required).
The training will train each candidate in the operation of low level prefabricated access units; they will be deemed competent to assemble, move, dismantle and inspect such equipment.
How to book
For advice on what types of equipment are classed as ‘low level’ or to book a course ring our team on 01422 358184 or email email@example.com