The aim of this course is to instruct an Operator to prepare and safely operate an Insulated Boom MEWP (IAD) to obtain an IPAF IAD Operator Licence. At the end […]Find out more
IPAF MEWPS Training Courses
MEWPs IPAF Training Courses with Operator Training Courses
Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPs) are designed to make working at height much safer... but of course that will only be the case if the operator is properly trained.
The IPAF MEWPs training courses we offer are listed below, please call us to book.
The aim of this 2 day IPAF MEWPS Demonstrator course: (first day operator/second day demonstrator) To State the main aims of the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 and associated regulations […]Find out more
The aim of the IPAF MEWPS for Managers (MM) course is to instruct a supervisor/manager what is required to prepare for and safely co-ordinate various types of Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPs) within […]Find out more
This half day IPAF MEWPS Harness Use & Daily Inspection course is designed to instruct a user to select, inspect and use harnesses and associated safety equipment safely when using a […]Find out more
An IPAF Mobile Boom (3b) Cherry Picker machine provides users with outreach. This category can be driven on the ground from within the platform and driven when elevated from the within […]Find out more
The IPAF Mobile Vertical (3a) Scissor Lift/Sigma Lift machine has a large work platform area and can be driven on the ground from within the platform and driven when elevated from […]Find out more
This IPAF Push Around Vehicle (PAV) is a MEWP without drive, it is capable of being pushed into position manually. Operators with Static Vertical and Mobile Vertical licences can use PAVs having […]Find out more
A Road Rail Vehicle (RRV) Mobile Elevated Work Platform is a vehicle which can operate both on rail tracks and a conventional road. These vehicles are fitted with ‘railing’ systems that […]Find out more
The IPAF Static Boom (1b) machine is available as a road going vehicle, or certain models can be pedestrian driven but cannot be driven when elevated. It is setup on jacks, […]Find out more