IPAF

MEWPS for Managers

 

Price of Course: £210 per person

Duration of Course: 7 hours

 

As a Manager you must be able to demonstrate your competence to plan, supervise and manage the use of MEWPs. Our IPAF MEWPs for Managers Course will prepare you for MEWP projects within your business.

Course objective

To instruct a Supervisor or Manager in what is required to prepare for and safely co-ordinate various types of Mobile Elevated Work Platforms (MEWPs) within their control.

Course content

  • Machine classification 
  • Types of machines 
  • Regulations 
  • Mobile Elevating Work Platforms - Operator (Driver) Training BS ISO 18878:2004 
  • BS 8460:2005 Safe Use of MEWPs - Code of Practice 
  • Practical view of machine (optional) 
  • Delivery of machines 
  • Theory test 
  • Course evaluation

Key learning objectives

By the end of the course delegates will be able to:

  • Understand the importance of pre-use checks and of the daily maintenance carried out prior to commencing work 
  • Understand the regulations relevant to MEWP usage 
  • Use the correct emergency procedures, capacities and limitations to enable safe operation 
  • Correctly select MEWPs 
  • Correctly select fall protection equipment

Who should attend?

Anyone who supervises or plans working at height. The course consists of classroom based tutorials, demonstrations, practical and test.

PPE Required: Yes

Training Delivery: At our training centre or on-site

Duration:

One Day – typically 8.am to 4.pm for one or two categories. Additional categories may require an additional day of instruction and assessment. (Please check you’re joining instructions for course timing variations)

Certification:

Upon successfully passing  the written assessments each candidate’s details will be entered on to the IPAF central database and an IPAF Certificate of Training will be issued that is valid for 5 years. The PAL Card (Powered Access Licence) is recognised worldwide across industries as proof of platform operator training to the highest standard.