The Mobile Towers for users training course is to provide anyone who is responsible for dismantling, altering, inspecting or moving mobile access towers with an understanding of how to carry out these procedures safely, without the risk of personal injury to the delegate or his workmates.
The Mobile Towers for users training course consists of both theory and practical instruction including:
- Current legislation
- Guidance and regulations affecting work at height with mobile access towers
- Code of practice for Mobile Towers
- EN1004:2004 product standards
- Introduction to Mobile Access Towers
- Tower assembly
- Safe use of towers
- Repositioning towers
- Tower inspection
- Care and maintenance
- Tower dismantle
- Regulations and standards
Who is it for?
Personnel who will be responsible for the safe assembly, dismantling, altering, moving and inspecting of mobile access towers.
What you need
Candidates are required to bring suitable PPE with them on this course:
- Hard Hat
- Hard toed Boots
- High visibility vest
- Safety gloves
Your skill level
No formal qualification or experience is necessary, but it would be beneficial if delegates had a basic understanding of working at height regulations and health and safety act 1974.
At the end of the theory session you will take a short theory test which, if you pass, will allow you to take the practical session in the afternoon. A practical assessment will follow, which, after successful completion will entitle you to a certificate and photo card valid for five years. A booklet containing notes and course content will be issued to all delegates together with a current code of practice booklet.