Two or more towers joined together form a Linked Tower. They are most often used to span the facade of buildings to facilitate works such as painting, plastering or window fitting and repair. They provide a long, uninterrupted deck area making it a useful and versatile platform with extra length than a standard tower can provide.
This PASMA Linked Towers for Users qualification delivers a thorough understanding of the relevant operational and safety requirements when working with Linked Towers. It is specifically aimed at Plant Operators who have already completed the PASMA Towers for Users training.
With a mix of practical and theory-based exercises and tutorials, delegates will cover manufacturer information and general knowledge of Linked Towers and participate in practical activities for best practice in assembly, use, inspection and identification of linked tower types.
The course reflects national standards and industry best practices and is fully accredited in line with PASMA. In addition, choose to learn with Citrus, and delegates benefit from our custom-built training facilities and customer-first approach.
Our occupationally and technically-experienced trainers coach delegates on this course, completing the session with a practical observation and multiple-choice question paper. Delegates must pass all assessments to receive a photocard and PASMA certificate, valid for five years.
This training is essential for workers to safely work with Linked Towers. Delegates will review legal requirements, ensure safety compliance, and understand procedures, appropriate documentation and classifications.
The course content includes:
Work at Height responsibilities and regulations for employers, employees, and suppliers
Standards that apply to the manufacturer and the use of Linked Towers
Where to find crucial safety information
When it is safe to use a Linked Tower, and when it is not
Carrying out pre-use component checks and post-assembly inspections on linked Towers
Assembling and dismantling a Linked Tower using 3T and AGR methods
Best practice to use Linked Towers safely
Identifying hazards in the work environment
Avoiding personal health hazards when working with Linked Towers
At the end of the training, successful delegates will:
Have excellent knowledge of health and safety legislation, particularly Work at Height
Know the PASMA Code of Practice relevant to them
Be confident carrying out assembly, altering and dismantling activities on Linked Towers
Carry out all operations to learned best practices
Understand and use appropriate documentation when working with Linked Towers
On successfully completing the course, delegates receive a photocard and PASMA certificate, valid for five years. A course content and notes booklet and a current Code of Practice booklet will also be issued to all delegates who attend this one-day course.
Who Should Attend?
This PASMA Linked Towers for Users course is for anyone using Linked Towers who already holds a PASMA qualification in Towers for Users.
This one-day comprehensive training prepares delegates to safely and responsibly work with Linked Towers
We dedicate our efforts to unrivalled quality and the customer experience at Citrus Training, providing exemplary service to our clients and producing excellent results from our delegates. As a result, we are the leading UK-based provider of health, safety, and technical training and assessment services to the Built Environment and Utility sectors.
We work directly with PASMA to ensure we are always at the forefront of the industry and provide a range of practical solutions to high-risk, high-harm environments such as Working At Heights. As the awarding body, PASMA’s professional advice, combined with our in-house expertise, means we can give hyper-detailed content on everything delegates need to know, including PPE and equipment, inspections, and servicing.
Train with Citrus and delegates benefit from our in-house and employed Working at Heights specialist trainers, offering the very best training standards, consistency, and quality. Our professional, highly qualified instructors deliver all aspects of the course and guarantee a successful, exclusive and inclusive learning experience.
Employers and delegates can choose from a range of dedicated courses to suit customer-specific requirements, locations, and dates. As a result, we’ve successfully delivered training for over 20,000 delegates across the Working at Heights training category.
Things You Need To Know
Delegates taking this course must already hold the PASMA Towers for Users qualification and ensure that it hasn’t expired.
The training has practical elements, so delegates must inform their trainer if they have any serious health issues, physical problems, special considerations or are taking any medication, which may create difficulties in any elements of this course.
Attendees to the course must provide suitable PPE for the training including a safety helmet, safety shoes or boots, hi-vis and gloves.
For training held at your location, please ensure that the classroom you make available has a power supply and is a suitable size for the number of delegates attending. In addition, please ensure that the practical area has been risk-assessed, is free from harm, and is ideal for training.
For specific site requirements please complete the Group/Dedicated form above and a member of the team will get back to you.
You must already hold the PASMA Towers for Users qualification and ensure that it is in date, before registering for this course.
Yes, you will need a classroom and undercover area with a seven metre head height to accommodate rain and snow or if winds are more than 17mph.
Citrus Training will provide the PASMA Towers at no additional cost.
Yes - you need to make sure your premises have a power supply, that your classroom is big enough and that the practical area has been risk-assessed and suitable before any training takes place.
Please complete the Group/Dedicated form above for more information on site requirements.
Yes - delegates need to have a good understanding of the English language to take the course.
No, but there are practical elements, so delegates must inform their trainer if there is anything they need to consider before starting the course.
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