PASMA Mobile Access Tower Training
PASMA’S flagship course, attracts over 70,000 delegates a year, is aimed at people responsible for assembling, dismantling, moving and inspecting access towers using 3T or AGR (Advance Guardrail) systems.
The certification is the most widely recognised qualification for safe mobile tower use.
Delegates learn how to safely erect, move, inspect, dismantle, alter and use mobile access towers under the PASMA Code of Practice.
- Intro to Mobile Access Towers
- Overview of relevant H&S Laws and regulations incl. Work at Height Regulations 2005
- Safe inspection of tower components
- PASMA inspection tag
- Hazards and risks associated with towers
- Responsibilities when using a tower
- Tower stability and Tying-in
- Keeping yourself safe and protected – correct use of PPE
- Advanced Guardrail and 3T Method – Assembly, Moving & Dismantling
- Theory test – multiple choice
- Practical assessment and test
Who should attend:
People who need to erect, dismantle and inspect mobile access towers safely.
Since the assembly and use of mobile towers can be physically demanding, users should be physically fit, in good health and should, generally, not have problems with eyesight or hearing, heart disease, high blood pressure, epilepsy, fear of heights / vertigo, giddiness / difficulty with balance, impaired limb function, alcohol or drug dependence or psychiatric illness.
Delegates must pass a theory test before the practical assessment.
NB: Location Update
As part of our commitment to provide the best learning experience our PASMA courses are now conducted at our new partner site in Weston-Super-Mare at the Weston Construction Training Centre.
PASMA has teamed up with CSCS – from 2021 all access tower cards carry the CSCS logo. All training cards prior to 2021 are still be valid to the same level – more info here.
Who needs this training
Operatives, supervisors and managers involved with the assembly, dis-assembly, relocation, alteration, moving and inspection of mobile access towers.
Greg qualified as an IPAF and PASMA Instructor in 2010.
Before then he worked in interior trades - suspended ceilings, drylining and some carpentry from leaving school.
He specialises in work at height training.
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|1||662||1.0||£100.00 + VAT||Weston-Super-Mare||Tue 26 Oct 2021||
7 Places Available
|1||662||1.0||£100.00 + VAT||Weston-Super-Mare||Tue 09 Nov 2021||
12 Places Available
|2||662||1.0||£100.00 + VAT||Weston-Super-Mare||Tue 23 Nov 2021||
11 Places Available
|2||662||1.0||£100.00 + VAT||Weston-Super-Mare||Tue 14 Dec 2021||
9 Places Available
Q: What's the PASMA pass mark?
A: An 80% pass mark applies to the theory test, and successful delegates go on to complete the practical session.
Q: What facilities do I need to arrange PASMA training on site?
A: Not a lot really...
- A room with enough tables and chairs to seat all delegates.
- Indoor space with min. 6m head height where the tower can be erected - it can be outside but bad weather can mean potential disruption.
- A tower consisting of the following components: 1 x Double Width x 1.8m x 5.3m Handrail Height Tower 1 x 1.8M Fixed Deck 4 x 1.8M Camlock Frames
Q: What does PASMA stand for?
A: It stands for Prefabricated Access Suppliers and Manufacturers Association whose training certification is the most widely recognised qualification for use on mobile access towers. The Training Societi are a member of PASMA and therefore you can be assured of the highest quality training when booking your PASMA training with us.
Q: Is there an age limit for PASMA?
A: No, but an employer of a goung person should heed the Young People at Work Act.
Q: Lost PASMA ticket?
A: If you've lost your card and you got it through us please get in touch and we'll arrange for a replacement.
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TERMS & CONDITIONS
Details of this offer will be despatched with your PASMA certification.