PASMA – Scaffold Tower Training


PASMA stands for “Prefabricated Access Suppliers and Manufacturers Association” and is the HSE recognised body for training in mobile aluminium access scaffold towers. PASMA training is a one day course and successful delegates will get training in the safe use of erecting, dismantling and the safe use of tower scaffolding and working at height regulations. 5 yrs accreditation for successful delegates. Training consists of theory based classroom style training and practical erection and dismantling of a mobile access aluminium tower.

Successful completion confirms that delegates have not only taken the PASMA training course but also completed the the necessary high standards required of every candidate.

The PASMA course is aimed at people within organisations that work with Mobile Access Towers whether alloy or fibreglass. The whole purpose of PASMA training is to create a good mix of classroom based theory with practical hands-on training. PASMA raises the awareness of common hazards and the necessary precautions that must be taken when using Mobile Access Towers.

The PASMA course instructs delegates on the correct inspection methods, methods of assembly and the correct procedures for repositioning and dismantling, including the legal implications of neglect. The PASMA courses also include training in the operation of 3T and the correct use of guardrails.

Maximum delegate numbers per course are restricted to 12 persons and courses must be conducted at a bona fide PASMA training centre or on client premises (by an accredited training centre and provided adequate facilities are available). *New for 2010* We are now able to offer the additional Beta Tower® training module to our standard PASMA training course (on request)

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