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The half-day Fire Marshal training course covers the role of the designated fire marshal (also known as a fire warden). The candidate will learn how to identify fire hazards in the workplace to minimize risk and ensure that emergency procedures such as fire drills and evacuations are carried out appropriately.
The First Aid at Work Requalification training course updates the first aid skills of those who need to renew their First Aid at Work certificate. The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) strongly recommends that first aiders requalify within a month of their certificate expiring.
The HSE-recognised First Aid at Work training course will equip the first aider in most workplaces with the necessary practical skills to help deal with first aid emergencies and meet standards required by Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations.
The IPAF 3a and 3b Training Course instructs an operator to prepare and operate various types of Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPs) including cherry pickers, scissor lifts, and mobile booms such as articulated & electric boom lifts
The IPAF CAP programme provides up-to-date guidance for platform engineers on compliance with regulatory requirements and evidence that individuals are competent persons to plan, manage or conduct thorough examinations of powered access platforms.
IPAF's MEWPs for Managers training course covers what managers need to know for safe and effective use of MEWPs on site, including planning the job, conducting a risk assessment, selecting the right equipment for optimum cost-efficiency and mitigating all possible risks. This course has been designed to be completed solely on eLearning, on compatible PCs and tablet devices.
This programme is designed for the operators of Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPs) and those looking to renew their operator licences.
Choosing the right Mobile Elevating Work Platform (MEWP) for a working at height task can be a complex challenge. Being confident and sufficiently knowledgeable to select the right platform for the job directly reduces risk. Correct platform selection also improves the effectiveness and efficiency of MEWP operation, reducing unnecessary costs and ensuring site safety. The course guides candidates through the process of determining the right powered access unit or units for a given task.
IPAF's eLearning provides a flexible and enhanced online learning experience for the mobile elevating work platform (MEWP) operator. It provides the same high-quality theory training as in the classroom and can be completed on a range of devices anytime, anywhere, at your own pace. IPAF’s eLearning for MEWP operators is available for all MEWP categories (1b, 3a, 3b)
IPAF’s MEWPs for Managers course can now be delivered virtually via video conference with a Nationwide Platforms instructor. It provides the same high quality training as the classroom based with the benefit of sitting the course in the comfort of your own home. The course covers what managers need to know for safe and effective use of MEWPs on site, including planning the job, conducting a risk assessment, selecting the right equipment for optimum cost-efficiency and mitigating all possible risks.
The IPAF MEWPs for Managers course is essential training for anyone who supervises or plans working at height. Developed in conjunction with major contractors, the course covers topics including the correct selection of platforms, regulations associated with work at height, emergency procedures, equipment maintenance and pre-use checks. Practical demonstrations are also included if machines are available.
PAL + is an optional, additional one day of category specific training aimed at operators working in higher risk or challenging environments. IPAF's well recognised Powered Access License (PAL) operator course is certified to the international standard ISO 18878. The PAL operator course meets all requirements for basic operator training. Now there is an extra "+" for those wanting to go further. Operators looking for more advanced and extensive training can opt to take this one-day PAL + course.
In this course delegates are taught how to safely construct and deconstruct MATs whilst gaining a wider awareness of the associated hazards. Attendees are also given practical guidance on the use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) as well as grounding in the regulations and legislation applicable to aluminium towers.