The PASMA Low Level Access training course is designed to provide personnel who work from prefabricated units of 2.5 metres of height and allow them to assemble, dismantle and relocate low level access units safely without the risk of injury to themselves or others. The course gives and overview of Pasma regulations, Pasma legislation and product standards and covers current best practice, inspection of low level access units and hazards to be avoided in depth.
The PASMA Low Level training course consists of both theory and practical sessions which include:
- Current legislation regulations and guidance affecting working at height when using mobile access towers
- Using of low level units safely
- Assembling low level units
- Work at Height Regulations 2005
- Prevention and protection
- Inspections what and why
- Altering and dismantling low level units and incorporating the best practice for fall protection
- Completing tower inspection records
- Assessment of understanding
Any personnel responsible for the Assembly, dismantling or alteration of mobile access towers should take this course. These tasks should only be undertaken by a competent person, or if being trained, under the supervision of a competent person as per the Working at Height Regulations 2005. Widely accepted throughout the UK, the PASMA photo card and certificate is proof you have undergone and successfully completed the PASMA training course.
- Hard Hat
- Hard toed Boots
- High Visability Vest
No formal qualifications or experience is necessary for the PASMA Low Level course, but it would be beneficial if delegates had a basic understanding of work at height.
Do I need to pay for my training before I do it?
Yes you do, you can pay online when you book your course, or call 0845 872 3411 and pay with a credit card over the phone. Customers with credit terms, please call Training Plus to book your course on 0845 872 3411.
Who is the Accrediting Body?
PASMA (Prefabricated Access Supplies and Manufacturers Association) is the leading industry body for all matters relating to mobile access towers in the UK. All members offer equipment that meets the current British European Standard BS EN1004:2004 and their equipment carries the British Standard Kite mark or equivalent mark of approval.
What should I do if my PASMA membership card is lost or stolen?
If you have been trained via Training Plus and have lost your PASMA card or had one stolen you must contact us and we can arrange a replacement sent. There will be a small fee applied by PASMA to incorporate the administration charge. You will be required to provide proof of identity.
What happens when my PASMA card expires?
After five years you will need to re-sit a written and practical test. Upon completion you will be re-issued with a competency certificate and encapsulated credit card sized photo which grants you membership for another five years.
Am I going to feel safe during my course participation?
Beside the fact that our staff and the environment of the school will make you feel happy and safe, CCTV is operating in most of the school's areas.
I'm getting on a bit, is it like going back to school and will I feel out of place?
Not at all. A large percentage of our learners are mature students simply keeping up to date with current standards. Everybody is made to feel welcome in the centre.
At the end of the PASMA Low Level course you will take a short theory assessment which, after successful completion, this course will entitle you to a PASMA certificate and photo card valid for five years. PASMA (Prefabricated Access Supplies and Manufacturers Association) is the recognised focus and authority for mobile access towers. A booklet containing notes and course content will be issued to all delegates together with a current code of practice booklet.