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  • PASMA Training in Glasgow, FAQs and Available Courses from Turner Access
    demonstrate they are competent to use mobile access towers safely to work at height PASMA Training is available throughout Scotland in PASMA approved Training Centres Turner Access is a PASMA approved Training provider and we can provide PASMA Training at our training centres in Glasgow and Aberdeen We can also train clients externally on site at a time and location that suits additional costs may apply Mobile Access Towers or Aluminium Scaffold Towers as they are sometimes known provide quick and flexible access for working at height But the ease of use of most scaffold towers leads some to believe that formal training may not be required However by law anyone working at height must be appropriately qualified to do so PASMA Training ensures operatives can demonstrate they are competent to use mobile access towers safely By the end of the training they will be able to safely assemble dismantle alter move and inspect mobile access towers without the risk of personal injury to themselves or to anyone who may be affected by their work PASMA Training also gives an understanding of the legal issues affecting work at height with mobile access towers the relevant product standards which relate to

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  • Scottish Construction and HSE Working Well Together Event
    Vice Dean School of Engineering Glasgow Caledonian University The event will take place at the Royal College of Physicians 9 Queen Street Edinburgh on Wednesday 4 th September 2013 at 2 30pm To register for the event email billie wilson hse gsi gov uk Working Well Together WWT is an industry wide construction health and safety campaign developed by the HSE s Construction Industry Advisory Committee put in place to

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  • HSE Construction Division Publish Plan of Work for 2013/2014
    two years of the 2011 2012 Plan the HSE achieved their aim of directing 30 of their inspection effort on small sites and 20 on asbestos removal work In 2013 2014 the HSE will increase their inspection effort on small sites from 30 to 35 where 70 of fatal accidents occur and standards are often poor The following five generic issues will be considered where appropriate during these site visits Work at height Asbestos risks Provision of welfare facilities Site conditions Good order Respiratory risks Adequacy of PPE use Heather Bryant Chief Inspector of Construction said The HSE Plan of Work for 2013 14 re affirms the Construction Division s commitment to improving health and safety in the construction industry by targeting high risk sectors and activities We will continue to work with industry partners to deliver a variety of initiatives and products to help businesses understand and meet their legal duties We recognise that we cannot achieve the improvements alone and look to all those in the construction industry to be part of the solution to bring about change and improvements in health and safety performance Turner Access would like to remind all industries that working at height continues

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  • CISRS Scaffolder Training Revised Guidance is Published 2013
    scheme and full detail on the scaffolding operatives schemes scaffolding management supervisory training scaffold inspection training vocational training record cards grant aid training funding and appendices The revised booklet is available free of charge CISRS Training Manager David Mosley said The revised booklet is a fresh all encompassing guide to the expanding evolving constantly improving CISRS scheme We continue to work hard to provide the best possible scaffolding training in

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  • HSE Launch New Safety Culture Tool Online
    Once the survey is complete the tool produces a series of automated charts that allow detailed analysis of the results The software also generates a summary report highlighting the key findings from the survey and providing hints and tips to improve the organisation s safety culture The report now also plots your organisation s SCT scores against other organisations and HSL can access the large database of SCT scores and

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  • Quarter of London Construction Sites Fail Safety Inspection in 2013
    Notices as well as 22 Improvement Notices 110 of the overall visits were to look specifically at the construction of basements in Westminster Kensington and Chelsea and Hammersmith and Fulham In these areas work activities had to be stopped across 34 sites and with 50 Prohibition Notices served The majority were Work at Height concerns but there was a significant number citing poor excavation or structural support Andy Beal a

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  • New HSE ‘Busy Builder’ Information for the Construction Industry
    risk activity The current selection now includes Safety helmets Running a small construction site Manual handling Roof repair work Welfare facilities Excavation Avoiding concealed services and overhead power lines Domestic basement construction projects Solar panel installation A revised HSG 47 Avoiding danger from Underground Services and HSG 150 Health and Safety in Construction will be published later in 2013 HSG 150 is the core HSE guidance document for the construction

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  • HSE ‘Myth Busters’ Challenge Panel provides risk assessment clarification
    for every task HSE s advice is very clearly that you do not need to perform a formal risk assessment for every task Employers need to focus on real risks and how they will control them the significant risks identified can all be recorded in one overall risk assessment which should also include a note of the action you intend to take Acting to control the real risks should be the priority not drafting endless paperwork covering every task staff undertake But When Working at Height You must make sure that all work at height is properly planned supervised and carried out by people who are competent someone who has the skills knowledge and experience to do the job This must include the use of the right type of access equipment To prevent or minimise risk when planning for work at height consider what needs to be done and take a sensible risk based approach to identify suitable precautions Control measures There is a simple hierarchy of control measures as described below which you should follow to minimise the risk of a fall from height The hierarchy should be followed systematically and only when one level is not reasonably practicable

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