PASMA low level access
WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?
The Low Level Access Course is a 3.5 hour course designed to assist those who use lower level equipment when working at height. Attendees will be instructed on how best to use their units and given the best practical instruction on assembling, dismantling, safely moving and inspecting their equipment in line with health and safety and legislative guidelines.
Low level access equipment is classified as being under 2.5m in height and refers to equipment manufactured out of prefabricated tower components like folding step units and folding tower units.
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WHAT ARE THE AIMS OF THE COURSE?
The content of the course is as follows:
– Up to date legislation, regulations and guidance regarding working at height
– PASMA code of practice
– How to assemble, alter and dismantle units
– Best practice for fall protection
– Inspection of completed units and record taking
– Identification of and mitigation against potential hazards
structure and assessment
The course is split between theory and practical instruction and requires a pass mark of 80% or above in both to gain the certificate. Prior to taking the course it is a good idea that delegates are at least in some way familiar with working at height essentials.