Working at height training is required by a whole host of organisations across a wide range of industries. This training is not limited to those who operate, assemble, disassemble or maintain equipment required for working at height; those who supervise, manage or are in any way involved in the process also require a level of competency in the subject.
Boss Training’s PASMA approved training centre is perfectly prepared for those who are involved with working directly with Mobile Access Towers, as well those who are simply supervising those who are using them; we are also capable of carrying out training at your premises.
This course is best suited to anyone within a business who is required to understand the theory behind Mobile Access Towers but are not required to assemble, alter, dismantle or move them MATs. The PASMA Work at Height Essentials training course is in place to give delegates a competent understanding of working at height and the dangers this entails.
Boss Training take great pride in offering the PASMA approved Work at Height Essentials Course, which delivers half a day of dedicated instruction from an industry expert.
The course is honed to include all the fundamental recommended practice and guidelines for those who work at height or supervise those working at height in the workplace.
The goal of each PASMA Work at Height Essentials training course is to arm each individual with the necessary knowledge and tools they require to effectively comply with their duties under the Work at Height Regulations.
“The knowledge gained from the PASMA Training course will enable me to complete my work more safely and quickly. It was a very good and enjoyable course.” – T. Cullen – (Bespoke Precast)
Provides vital information about the use of Mobile Access Towers
Highlights current health and safety legislation surrounding Mobile Access Towers and how it affects your organisation
Expert guidance on working at height and your responsibilities to keep in line with regulations
Health and safety legislation session
Work at Height Regulations and guidance on best practice
Insight into relevant industry training bodies
Overview of what makes delegates a ‘competent person’ when managing or overseeing Mobile Access Towers