PAVs are small vertical platform which are not mechanical and have the capacity to be moved into place without any engine, providing low level access platforms. Their popularity in the workplace stems from them being a safer piece of equipment than ladders and much cheaper than powered access platforms and are used more than scaffolding. With their increase in use more workers are charged with being able to operate them and sufficient training is required to mitigate against the risk of injury. Anyone who works at height will benefit from this course.
WHAT ARE THE AIMS OF THE COURSE?
The bulk of the PAV course is practical training, which is detailed below, but thereis also a theory element and test covering: