A Mobile Scaffolding Tower or Mobile Access Tower is manufactured from prefabricated components, usually aluminium or fibreglass. There are two recognised forms of tower erection; 3T (through the trap door) and AGR (advance guardrail). Both are designed to protect the user from falling from the tower.
We offer certification on Mobile Scaffolding Towers from the following awarding bodies: PASMA, NPORS.
Work at height can be defined as work carried out in any place where, if there were no precautions in place, a person could fall a distance liable to cause personal injury. To reduce the risk of falling from height, work should be properly planned, supervised and carried out by a competent person, using the correct equipment.
We offer certification on Working at Height from the following awarding bodies: PASMA, NPORS.
Low Level Access equipment is made from prefabricated tower components and covers heights of up to 2.5 metres. These units can be a safer alternative than ladders and steps and are a common maintenance tool for painters, decorators, electricians, sign fitters and all other types of trade.
We offer certification on Low Level Access from the following awarding body: PASMA.
The course is aimed at personnel responsible for overseeing the work of operatives erecting, dismantling or working on aluminium prefabricated scaffolding. It helps to ensure they have the knowledge and skills required to plan and manage the safe use of mobile towers and that the towers are correctly inspected and maintained.
We offer certification on Towers for Managers from the following awarding body: PASMA.