PASMA - The ‘Prefabricated Access Suppliers ‘and Manufacturers’ Association
The ‘Prefabricated Access Suppliers ‘and Manufacturers’ Association (PASMA) was founded in 1974, PASMA is the recognised authority for mobile access towers. PASMA governs the industry standard training scheme for mobile access towers, focusing on promoting safety standards and best practices.
PASMA training is essential when using mobile access towers, and safety should be made a priority, as in the recording period 2012/2013, falls from height were the most common cause of fatalities.
PASMA training courses are aimed at anyone who needs to use or inspect Prefabricated Access towers. PASMA Training is not only aimed for the construction and building maintenance industry, they also span into facility management, the local government sector, television and retail.
PASMA ID card
The PASMA certificate and ID card presented to successful delegates are the industry recognised proof of competence when using mobile access towers and provides evidence of competence as required by the Work at Height Regulations 2005.
Delegates would highly benefit from a PASMA safety training course if they work at heights and use Mobile Access Towers. PASMA training courses will result in delegates being competent in assembling, dismantling and the relocation of low level access units and standard mobile access towers safely, while also gaining an overview of the relevant working at heights legislations and regulations.
Citrus offers PASMA accredited training course at more than 40 centres throughout the UK. Citrus run public courses weekly. In-company courses start at £63pp and we can come to you.