Low Level Access
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.
PASMA Low Level Access
The aim of this course is to provide delegates with the knowledge and practical skills needed to safely work with Low Level Access Platforms. This course includes theory and practical elements, with tests being conducted on each.
The duration of the course depends on the experience level of the delegates attending. Typically, these are:
- ½ Day – Novice Course
- ½ Day – Refresher Course.
A maximum of 12 delegates can attend the novice or refresher course.
Upon successful completion of the PASMA tests, delegates will be issued with a PASMA PhotoCard and Certificate, valid for 5 years. To maintain their card and registration with PASMA, delegates are required to complete a ½ Day PASMA Refresher Course every 5 years.
This course can take place at our training centre in Bo’ness, West Lothian or at a location of your choice, subject to onsite requirements.