SAEMA User Training, which was launched at the end of January 2021, is a unique way for those who work at height to be assessed on their technical understanding of the processes and equipment involved.
As a result, a greater number of engineers and operatives are accredited as safe and competent, contributing to a safer construction industry with fewer workplace accidents.
SAEMA User Training Part 2, the practical element of the training, was launched in August 2021. SAEMA’s Duty Holder training course is currently being developed, which will be followed by the Temporary Equipment User course.
The quality, ease and convenience of SAEMA User Training continue to be extremely popular. By June 2021, the 250th virtual card had been issued. By October 2022, this figure had reached 1,000.
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.