PASMA Training is the most effective tool in the industry for people who are seeking employment opportunities within Access, whether as contractors, permanent employees or management personnel in mobile access tower and related industries. PASMA is a professional organisation that sets the industry standards. PASMA also works in co-operation with government and regulatory bodies to provide information and education to the public about PASMA certification and its uses. There are two types of PASMA Training – Individual Objective Testing and Systematic Test, both of which assess the applicant’s knowledge, skills and abilities based on written and practical examinations. Both of these offer the maximum level of confidence to those wishing to pursue a career in Access, regardless of their past experience or qualifications. Resource – https://pasmatraining.uk/
Ensuring Best Practices Are Used in Mobile Access Tower Installation
The PASMA Training Centre at Onestop Access is Australia’s only fully-stocked mobile access tower and installation base. PASMA Training offers courses in all aspects of PASMA equipment and installation, including preparation and design of mast sections and installation. The comprehensive program covers mast system designs and technical installation, ensuring that the client receives the best value for money. Best practices for mast installation and maintenance are taught in these courses to ensure clients receive the highest quality mobile mast installation in the industry. This knowledge can then be transferred directly back to their current businesses. With a focus on presenting the best practice to their clients, Onestop Access has become a trusted Access supplier and has expanded into other key areas of mobile access equipment and installations, including cranes, mobile access platforms, gantries and access towers.
In order to meet the most stringent government and industry safety and quality standards, all mobile Access towers and equipment must adhere to strict guidelines. These guidelines include the use of a fixed and stable mast height, minimum height of the supporting equipment, reliable communications, and the use of safe use techniques by all workers. Using the latest technology to create the safest mobile mast height is one of the main focuses of PASMA. The mast height and its installation are based on the safety and suitability of the environment as well as the best practices of the industry for mast height and installation. To this end, the mast height and its installation are subjected to multiple, regional and uniform criteria to achieve both safety and suitability throughout the industry. Using the best practice of the industry, as well as incorporating it into your business, ensures that your employees and your mobile equipment to produce the safest and most effective results possible, while achieving the security and reliability needed.