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IPAF PAL Cards now able to carry CSCS logo

The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) is now able to offer the CSCS logo on its internationally recognised PAL Card operator licence in the UK, in line with a requirement from Build UK stipulating that access to construction sites should.More

NEW YEAR’S HONOUR FOR PASMA MD, PETER BENNETT

PASMA, the not-for-profit organisation representing the international mobile access tower industry, is delighted to announce that the Association’s managing director, Peter Bennett, 59, has been awarded an OBE in the New Year’s Honours List for his services to business in.More

A CHRISTMAS GIFT FROM THE LADDER ASSOCIATION

12 Top Tips for Ladder Safety Over the Festive Season CHRISTMAS is one of the busiest times of year for ladder users – both at work and at home – which is why the Ladder Association is offering a free.More

Haulotte is first manufacturer to become IPAF sustaining member

Haulotte, the international Mobile Elevating Work Platform (MEWP) and telehandler manufacturer, has signed a historic agreement that sees it become one of the first ever sustaining members of the International Powered Access Federation (IPAF). The signing of the new agreement.More

Inaugural IPAF Elevation programme draws over 200 attendees

IPAF’s first ever Elevation conference, networking and gala dinner event in the UK took place on 25 September with over 200 attendees across the one-day event of meetings, workshops, seminar and gala dinner at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, Coventry,.More

ELEVATION 2018 PROGRAMME ANNOUNCED

Conference, Networking & Gala Dinner Tuesday 25 September 2018 DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, Coventry, UK   ELEVATION Programme The conference is hosted by Tim Whiteman – CEO & Managing Director, IPAF 13:30 Coffee and registration 14:00 Welcome and introduction Richard Whiting – UK.More

CAUSE FOR ALARM

“These figures are a wake up call”, says PASMA, the international not-for-profit authority for the mobile access tower industry, commenting upon the HSE’s annual figures for work-related fatal injuries for 2017/2018. At 144, the figure represents an increase of nine.More