PASMA Approved Training Centre
Safety on the Up and Up
Astley Hire Training has achieved registration as a PASMA approved Training Centre.
The PASMA (Prefabricated Access Suppliers' and Manufacturers' Association) course qualifies operatives to select, erect, move and use: Access towers, Mobile towers, Alloy towers, Decks, Platform towers, Scaffold towers, Zip up, Pop up, Razor deck etc. Without the qualifications, employers could be breaching Health and Safety legislation, in particular the Working at Height Regulations 2005 (WAHR 05).
On completing the course at the PASMA Training Centre, trainees receive certificates of competency and an ID card. PASMA certificates/ID cards are the most widely recognised proof of competency for mobile access towers, ensuring staff can get on site and complete the job.
For more information about the PASMA course visit our Towers and Platforms Training Pages.
Astley Hire is also an IPAF (International Powered Access Federation) accredited training centre and is authorised to issue PAL cards (Powered Access Licence). PAL are recognised by the HSE (Health and Safety Executive), and the MCG (Major Contractors Group). PAL can cover all: MEWP (Mobile Elevated Work Platforms), Scissor lifts, Cherry pickers, Boom lifts, Static booms, Mobile Booms, Static vertical, Mobile vertical, Access platform, Man lift, Height rider, Genie lift, JLG, Sky jack, Flying carpet etc.
Whatever Working at Height training you need call Astley Hire Training on 01942 263457 or vist our Training Division website.