IPAF Scissor and boom Lift (Cherry Picker MEWPS)
The Training Societi Ltd
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Train your staff on this essential course before the HSE stop you!
The IPAF course is essential for all users of Scissor and Boom Lifts (Cherry Pickers). It teaches delegates how to safely operate both types of MEWPS (Mobile Elevated Work Platforms). It also covers skills such as the selection and pre-inspection of the equipment. The IPAF (International Powered Access Federation) certification is the official and internationally recognised qualification for use of such machinery. It is recognised by the Health & Safety Executive and satisfies the “Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER)” and the “Work at Height Regulations 2005.”
Who should attend IPAF training?
This programme is designed for manager’s supervisors and operatives who may need to use or control powered access equipment in the workplace.
All relevant Health & Safety Laws and Regulations including the Work at Height Regulations 2005
Responsibilities of employees and their employers
Introduction to the use of MEWPS – Pre-theory test
Safe pre-use checks and inspection of the equipment, what to look for and how to look for it
Safe working environments
Written test paper
The importance of keeping your equipment in good order with regular maintenance
Correct use of PPE to ensure you are properly protected
Review of test paper questions and training session
Bristol, Bath, Wellington, Gloucester, Plymouth, Liskeard
London & South
Wembley, Heathrow, East Croydon, Portsmouth, Andover, Wimborne, Fareham, Ashford, St Albans, Ipswich, Peterborough, Norwich, Barking, Dunsfold
Birmingham, Milton Keynes, Leicester, Derby, Coventry, Nottingham
Leeds, Liverpool, Durham, Blackburn, Wakefield, Manchester, Scunthorpe
Cardiff, Swansea, Caldicot, North Wales
Glasgow, Dundee, Edinburgh
Training venues across the country and onsite training available. Training venues across the country and onsite training available.
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