Learn Construction is a fully accredited PASMA training provider, delivering low level scaffold tower access training course for users working with access towers. With this course, candidates will gain knowledge on how to safely assemble, dismantle and relocate low-level scaffold tower access while minimising the physical risk of injury to themselves and those surrounding them. In addition to this, this course offers a clear insight into the legislation, guidelines, details and potential hazards of their use.
- Introduction to current health and safety legislation and regulations
- The PASMA Code of Practice, PAS250 (Publicly Available Specification)
- Folding scaffolds
- Identifying, assembling, altering and dismantling access tower equipment
- Inspection of platforms
- Potential hazards
- Use of stabilisers, outriggers, sole pads and ties
Anyone whose duties include the need to assemble, use, inspect, alter, and dismantle access towers 2.5 meters in height should complete a PASMA low level scaffold tower access training course.
There are no formal qualification or experience requirements for this course. However, learners should have a good understanding of both spoken and written English, should be 16 years old and above, have a basic understanding of work at height regulations and physically strong to climb the towers.
I addition to this, candidates need to bring the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to the course such as high visibility vest, hard hat, safety boots and safety glasses. If you do not have the PPE we will provide it for a small fee.
At the end of the course, candidates need to sit for a short multiple-choice test and successful candidates will be awarded a PASMA certificate and photo ID card which is valid for 5 years.