AJ Access Platforms becomes PASMA approved Training Centre.

By Maria Hadlow27 July 2009

One of two PASMA approved methods for assembling mobile scaffold towers-the Advance Guardrail System

One of two PASMA approved methods for assembling mobile scaffold towers-the Advance Guardrail System

UK sales and rental company, AJ Access Platforms can now offer PASMA approved courses at its Caldicot, Swansea or Southampton depots and provide aluminum scaffold training nationally.

The Work at Height Regulations 2005, require that the assembly, dismantling or alteration of mobile access towers should be undertaken by a competent person.

The PASMA (Prefabricated Access Suppliers' and Manufactures' Association) course ensures participants receive adequate training covering relevant regulations, codes of practice and safe working practices along with hands-on practical skills to enable them to safely erect, move, alter, use, dismantle and inspect mobile tower scaffolding.

Mike Ashton, training manager at AJ Access Platforms said, "The addition of the PASMA course to our existing IPAF courses, means we can now offer training solutions to everyone involved in working at height"

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