Our PASMA Combined Tower & Low-Level Access course is typically a 1-day course that is suitable for candidates who have no previous qualifications or experience, but it is beneficial for candidates to have a basic understanding of work at height issues. If you decide to take this course, you will learn about safely dismantling, assembling and relocating low-level access units and standard mobile access towers without risking personal injury or injury to other delegates. The course will cover theory and practical elements with a closed-book exam requiring an 80% pass mark in both theory and practical.
From 1st January 2022, hard copies of your pass certificate will not be available! You will be sent a PDF copy of your digital certificate via email by our team which will be valid for up to 5 years!
PASMA stands for Prefabricated Access Suppliers’ and Manufacturers’ Association. This is a widely-recognised qualification for those who work at height using Mobile Access Towers.
On our PASMA combined tower & low level access course will cover how to safely assemble, dismantle and relocate low level work platforms as well as standard mobile access towers without the risk of personal injury or injury to any other delegates.
Whilst PASMA training is not a legal requirement, it is still favourable amongst employers as it shows you are compliant and professionally trained at working on Mobile Access Towers at height.
When we are able to fully offer this course, we will be able to offer it at all of our training centres which includes locations in Portsmouth, Southampton, Reading and Worthing.
Additionally, this course will be available to complete on your site, using your equipment. however, there are some requirements that you will need to meet before you can complete this training at your site.
In order to complete our PASMA Combined Tower & Low Level Access course on one of your sites, using your equipment, there are a few requirements that you will first need to reach. Some of the requirements include having suitable training facilities and space in order to carry out assessments and testing as well as having a training room that is big enough for the number of participants. Also, delegates will be required to wear PPE as per the company’s internal risk assessments.
Visit the link to read our Facilities and Equipment Requirements Guide for more information on what you need to do in order to complete PASMA training at your site.
This course will be taught on a 1:8 ratio.
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