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All persons who are required to Erect, Dismantle, Alter, Move or Record Information and Inspect Mobile Aluminium Towers, MUST have appropriate Training to do so under the Work At Height Regulations 2005 and PUWER Regulations 2008.

This course is designed to instruct on all aspects of Mobile Aluminium Towers, these courses can be undertaken at our fully equipped training center in Billingham, or on site providing certain criteria are met.

Towers For Users

Duration: 1 Day | Capacity: 12 Delegates

This One day training course provides candidates with the necessary knowledge to safely operate erect, dismantle, use and inspect mobile access towers. On completion of the course candidates will have an understanding of statutory regulations, be able to inspect mobile tower equipment and fill in necessary documentation, be able to understand safe working loads and identify working at heights, be able to move use and inspect mobile access towers. Practical session on 3T Trap and Advanced Guard Rail system.

Towers For Managers

Duration: 1 Day | Capacity: 12 Delegates

This one day course is for any person who is responsible for overseeing the work of operatives on site ensuring that work is properly planned and organised and that those involved in carrying out the work are competent and properly trained, and that towers are correctly inspected and maintained.

Low Level Access

Duration: 0.5 Days | Capacity: 12 Delegates

This half day training course will instruct you on the safe assembly, dismantling, relocating and altering of Low level access units without risk of injury to yourself or others. The course is both theory and practical covering current legislation, regulations and guidance affecting work at height with low level units and mobile access towers.

Work At Height (Essentials)

Duration: 1 Day | Capacity: 12 Delegates

Aimed at providing suitable competence to those operatives working on mobile towers, but not assembling, altering or dismantling them. This course is also suitable for the work at height novice and explains the concepts and terminology of working at height, preventing falls and the hierarchy of measures. This course is suitable for anyone in an organisation, who manages, supervises or is involved with working at height. This not only includes construction sites but all work places, such as schools, offices and factories both internally and externally.