We provide PASMA certified training, universally acknowledged as the definitive industry standard, for users of alloy towers, the PASMA training course and Code of Practice, have been completely updated to incorporate the requirements of the Work at Height Regulations 2005 and the new BS EN1004 and BS1139 Part 6:2014 (see below for definitions)

PASMA  Towers for users course:-

 

Acknowledged as the definitive industry standard, for users of alloy towers, the PASMA Towers User course and Code of Practice, have been completely updated to incorporate the requirements of the Work at Height Regulations 2005 rev 2015 and BS EN 1004. This one day course is designed to enable delegates to assemble, dismantle and correctly position the tower proficiently and safely for the task in hand.

PASMA Low Level Course:-

 

Designed to train delegates how to safely assemble, dismantle and relocate low level access units without risk of personal injury to the delegate or others.

 

PASMA Towers on Stairs:-

Towers on Stairs teaches delegates how to build stepped towers. The course covers current legislation, regulations and guidance for towers in general, and focuses on hazards specific to using them on stairs. Both theory and practical sessions are held during this full day course. Must have an in date Tower For Users certificate


 

PASMA for Managers:-

 

A ‘must do’ course over one day for managers and supervisors responsible for overseeing the work of operatives on site. It is designed to ensure that when working at height using mobile access towers, work is properly planned, organised and that those involved on site are competent and properly trained.


 


 


 

 

 

EN1004:2004 (published in the UK as BSEN1004:2004) is the European standard for mobile access and working towers made from prefabricated elements. EN1004 covers standard mobile towers in the height range of 2.5m to 8m for external (outdoors) use and 2.5m to 12m internal (indoors) use.

BS1139 Part 6:2014 is the British standard which covers mobile access towers outside of the scope of EN1004 but which use the same components.

BS1139-6:2014 covers the following tower types/builds:


 

 

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