With a long history in delivering the best training and guidance in the temporary and permanent suspended access industry, SAEMA monitors the latest developments in the construction sector, particularly regarding worker health and safety, sustainability and equality.
We are pleased to share the following release from PASMA, the Prefabricated Access Suppliers’ and Manufacturers’ Association. PASMA has revamped its Cantilever Towers for Users training course, making it the fourth tower scaffold training course released this year so far by the association.
In addition to the renowned Towers for Users course, the association also delivers a range of specialist courses. These courses enjoy an enviable reputation amongst management and health and safety practitioners, who seek objective proof of competence for staff engaged in the assembly, use, inspection and dismantling of towers.
You can find more information on each course by clicking the links below.
- Work at Height Novice
- Towers for Users
- Low Level Access
- Combined Low-level Access and Towers for Users
- Towers on Stairways
- Cantilever Towers
- Linked Towers
- Towers with Bridges
- Access Tower Specialist
- Towers for Managers
- Instructor Training
PASMA is the recognised focus and authority for mobile access towers. PASMA advances safety, standards and best practice across a wide range of sectors and represents the interests of its members in the UK, South Africa, South East Asia and the Middle East.
Working in collaboration with other trade and professional bodies, industry regulators and key decision makers, PASMA fulfils a number of distinct roles, which includes:
- Providing and governing the industry standard training scheme for mobile access towers
- Acting as a single, central source of information on all aspects of mobile access towers
- Sponsoring research, innovation and best practice
- Helping to set the standard
- Playing a major part in promoting mobile access towers for temporary work at height
Earlier in 2021, Tony Seddon, Company Secretary of SAEMA, was interviewed by PASMA, giving his unique insight into his approach to height safety.