PASMA

  • Brian Parker AFI
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    Parker becomes PASMA chair

    2018-08-14T11:12:00Z

    PASMA has named Brian Parker from access rental company AFI as the new chairman of its training committee

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    VR to extend ALS training

    2018-08-09T14:24:00Z

    ALS Safety has taken delivery of a new virtual reality MEWP training simulator, one of just six in Europe

  • Warren New Premises
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    Warren southern upgrade

    2018-08-06T15:23:00Z

    UK-based Warren Access has moved its southern depot to include expanded IPAF and PASMA training

  • AFI online
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    AFI online passes million mark

    2018-05-23T10:15:00Z

    AFI Group Training has generated more than £1m ($1.3 million) in online training bookings via its UTN Training brand

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    Middle East PASMA conference

    2018-01-30T16:16:00Z

    PASMA, the mobile access tower association, is to host its second conference in the Middle East dedicated entirely to the sector

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    ASEAN representative for PASMA

    2017-07-17T10:41:00Z

    PASMA has appointed Daniel Ng as its representative for the ASEAN region in recognition of growing interest in mobile towers and their safe use

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    PASMA launches global safety panel

    2017-03-01T14:22:00Z

    Mobile tower association PASMA has introduced its Safety at Height Advisory Panel, designed to promote height safety and the safe use of mobile access towers

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    Podium standard replaced

    2016-11-28T15:03:00Z

    The PAS 250 specification for low level work platforms (LLWPs) has been superseded by British Standard 8620:2016

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    Tower Safety Week underway

    2016-11-16T12:48:00Z

    PASMA's Tower Safety Week 2016 is underway this week, ending Friday 18 November

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    Fall from height deaths reduce

    2016-11-04T09:22:00Z

    PASMA has welcomed the reduction in the number of fatalities resulting from falls from height in the UK as published in the HSE’s annual ill-health and injury statistics