“These figures from the HSE are, in a way, welcoming” says Colin Wright, Managing Director at Britannia Safety and Training, “It shows that we are taking steps in the right direction to reduce the number of fatalities caused at work. We’ve still got a long way to go, however, and we promote PASMA training courses in Norfolk to a variety of industries to help to see the continuous improvement of these statistics.”
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“Delegates leave with knowledge of the PASMA Code of Practice, legislation affecting working at height with mobile access towers and a variety of best practice methods including assembling, altering and dismantling towers as well as learning how to avoid potential hazards when using mobile access towers” continues Mr Wright. “It ensures that companies are meeting their legal responsibilities to consider the safety and wellbeing of their staff and means that there is a reduced risk of injuries on their site.”
Located near Norwich in Norfolk, the PASMA training course is one of the many run by Britannia Safety and Training who pride themselves on their superb customer service and also their professionalism – all of their trainers have industry experience, giving them first-hand knowledge about how the legislation can work well in situ, on a day to day basis.
For further information on the PASMA course, visit Britannia's website http://www.britanniaits.com/