PASMA stands for Prefabricated Access Supliers’ and Manufacturers’ Association and is the recognised authority for mobile access towers. PASMA is a membership organisation that advances standards and best practices across a wide range of sectors with members across the UK, South Africa, South East Asia and the Middle East.
The organisation aims to support everyone from first time users to major contractors and offers information, facts and expertise to its members.
Working in collaboration with other trade and professional bodies, industry regulators and key decision makers, PASMA’s primary role is to:
One day of PASMA accredited training for anyone who works with mobile access towers and wants to obtain a PASMA card.
PASMA stands for Prefabricated Access Supliers’ and Manufacturers’ Association.
After you complete a PASMA training course you will receive a PASMA card which acts as proof of competency. The cards are widely recognised across a number of industries and are valid for 5 years.
While both courses are focussed around Working at Heigh Regulations they cover different types of equipment and therefore require different training.
PASMA courses are specific to the safe use of mobile access towers, where IPAF (International Powered Access Federation) focuses on the safe use of powered access.
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