IPAF Site Assessment (for MEWP Selection)
Duration: Half Day or eLearning
Max Number of Delegates: 10
Length of Certification: Lifetime
Who Should Attend?
Those working for rental companies who need to determine which type of MEWP a client should rent/hire from them for the work required. Those working in any industry, such as supervisors, who wish to gain the confidence and knowledge required to make their own decision about which kind of MEWP to rent/hire for the work required.
Safety professionals who need to assess whether or not the MEWP being used is the best selection for the task. N.B. all candidates must hold a valid PAL Card for operator training or a MEWPs for Managers qualification.
Selecting a Mobile Elevating Work Platform (MEWP) can be complex and challenging. Being confident and sufficiently knowledgeable to select the correct MEWP for the job directly reduces risk. Correct MEWP selection also improves the effectiveness and efficiency of MEWP operation, reducing unnecessary costs and creating the ability to work to slicker timescales.
The classroom-based course lasts half a day an d can be taken either at an IPAF-approved training centre or entirely online via eLearning - candidates work through the modules in their own time.
On successful completion candidates will receive the Site Assessment (for MEWP Selection) IPAF qualification, which is accessible through the IPAF ePAL app.The app is available on Android and iOS smartphones. This also includes a logbook and safety information. If a physical PAL card and certificate are required these must be arranged with your training coordinator prior to the course start date, there will be an additional charge for this service
The course guides candidates through the process of determining the optimum MEWP for a given task. Factors covered include: height, reach, up-and-over height, weight of people, required materials & tools, environment, restrictions, set-up, hazards, permits, accessories, delivery, and completion of documentation to justify the selection. The course is theory-based only and incorporates an exam.
Courses are run nationally 6 days a week. For further information fill out the form below.