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PASMA Low Level Access Training

PASMA Low Level Access - Operator Training Programme


The PASMA Training Low Level Access Course is designed to instruct up to a maximum of 12 delegates, and will cover the low-level access products with platform heights of 2.5m or below, such as Podium Steps, Folding Room Scaffolds and wide area low level access towers, the course incorporates theory and practical instruction sessions and assessments.

This course will instruct and assess each candidate in the competence to assemble, dismantle, use, move and inspect low-level prefabricated access units.


Course Objectives:

The aim and objective of our PASMA TRAINING Low Level Access Course is for each of the person attending the course:

  • To be able to safely and correctly identify, assemble, alter, use, move, inspect and dismantle low level prefabricated access units in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions, current regulations and accepted approved methods.
  • To have an understanding of current relevant legislation and regulations on Prefabricated Low Level Access Units.

Course Entry Criteria:

Anyone in an organisation, who assembles, alters, dismantles, moves, inspects and most importantly USES low level access equipment such as podiums, folding room scaffolds and wide area platforms. This not only includes construction sites but all workplaces, such as schools, offices and factories both internally and externally

The programme for PASMA Low Level Access will consist of the following subjects:

  • Legal Overview – Health & Safety / Work at Height Regulations
  • Guidance & Information
  • Low Level Access Options
  • Folding Scaffolds
  • Folding Step Platforms
  • Wide Area Platforms
  • Hazards
  • PASMA Card
  • PASMA Certificate 

Training Method:

Seminar and practical sessions, with assessments.


This is a half-day course

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