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WHO WE ARESAEMA have a long history in delivering the best training and guidance in the temporary and permanent suspended access industry. We are committed to advancing safety through raising the standards in best practice. We have a range of objectives in place to ensure you're in safe hands.Read More
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To participate in the development of national and international standards relevant to the façade access equipment industry.
To encourage adherence to safe and best practice for the provision of access to buildings and other structures for the purposes of cleaning and maintenance.
To promote co-operation between its members and the work at height industry in general.
To co-operate with other organisations, specialist bodies and institutions (property developers, architects, planning supervisors, insurance companies, facilities managers, etc) involved in the provision and maintenance of façade access systems and equipment.
To act in the best interests of the client in all matters relating to the design, manufacture, installation, maintenance and testing of systems and equipment.
To educate our members through our bespoke industry-leading training platform
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To enable people to learn about how temporary and permanent access systems work and how to use them safely, we believe, we have created online resources that demonstrate activities in the most straightforward way possible. We are firmly of the view that people working at height across the UK should have access to high-quality, subject-specific and quality-assured resources, so that participates can learn safely and effectively.
Our resource centre is home to a range of visually appealing videos – packed full of industry-leading practice and inspiration to enhance the learning experience.GO
Concept Clean, based in Milton Keynes, offers a wide variety of commercial and domestic cleaning services to its customers. The company’s managing director, Simon Dodson, was kind enough to share the following glowing praise for SAEMA User Training.
Knowledge is power!
Several of our operatives recently undertook SAEMA training, prior to using a BMU to carry out some cleaning tasks. Part 1 of the course provided a great amount of information to ensure we could be safe in the knowledge our team would ensure best practise when using any suspended access equipment.
Part 2, the practical element, was brilliant, it put any nerves and caution at ease, with a full guided introduction to the site, highlighting exactly how to operate the specific machine, and informing us of any potential hazards.
Our staffs safety is our priority, and without undertaking the course, they would be operating blind, and unaware of any hazards and risks involved in operating this type of machinery.
The SAEMA course is essential to ensure the safety and compliance of your employees and your responsibilities as an employer.
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