Pasma training on the up - 20% in 2012
In 2012 a record breaking 60,000 candidates attended and successfully completed a tower training course at an approved PASMA training centre such as Facelift – an increase of 20 per cent on the previous year.
Since PASMA first introduced its Towers for Users course back in 2005, it has successfully trained more than 350,000 operatives to avoid falls from height through the safe and effective use of this versatile and increasingly popular piece of access equipment, with Facelift one of the leading providers of this training.
The PASMA course is so well respected that the PASMA Photo Card is now the only proof of competence accepted by many site managers and health and safety professionals.
Courses on offer for 2013 include Towers for Users, Work at Height Essentials, Low Level Access, and AGRs for Towers for Users - a course designed specifically for users wanting to acquire additional knowledge and understanding when using Advance Guardrail mobile towers on site. New courses for 2013 include Towers for Managers, Towers for Riggers and Towers on Stairs.
Visit our website to see the PASMA courses on offer from Facelift