MEWP for Managers
IPAFs MEWPs for Managers training course covers what managers need to know for safe and effective use of MEWPs (Mobile Elevating Work Platforms) on site, including planning the job, conducting a risk assessment, selecting the right equipment for optimum cost-efficiency and mitigating all possible risks.
ABOUT THE COURSE
Companies that use MEWPs need to know what their responsibilities are and how to ensure the most effective use of MEWPs. This course covers what managers need to know for safe and effective use of MEWPs on site, including planning the job, conducting a risk assessment, selecting the right equipment for optimum cost-efficiency and mitigating all possible risks.
- Do you know what your obligations are?
- Have you selected the right machine for the job at hand?
- Who is operating MEWPs on your site and have they been trained and familiarised?
- Have you considered the potential hazards and taken preventive measures?
This training course will help you answer these questions and prepare you to safely and effectively manage MEWPs on site.
WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE?
Employers, managers, foremen, supervisors and Health & Safety managers working in a broad range of industries such as construction, facilities management, retail, airports and arboriculture. Anyone who is responsible for planning and overseeing the use of MEWPs on their job site.
This course is about planning, supervising and managing the use of MEWPs, and not about operating equipment. It ends with a written test that candidates must pass. Upon successful completion of the theory test, candidates will receive an IPAF certificate. Those who hold a valid PAL card can have the MEWPs for Managers (MM) category added to their PAL Card.
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The eLearning version of the IPAF MEWPs for Managers course enables candidates to undertake the tuition in convenient sections and pass the online course at a time and place of their choosing. This course has been designed to be completed solely on eLearning, on compatible PCs and tablet devices. It utilises sophisticated facial recognition across the online training and evaluation session to ensure the candidate’s identity.
The course is made up of 11 modules
- Introduction & Safety Beyond Training
- MEWP Regulations and Standards
- Machine Types and Uses
- Structural Parts
- Rental Terms and Conditions
- Operator Training and Familiarisation
- MEWP Personal Fall Protection
- Operator Pre-use Inspection and Rescue Planning
- Pendleton – Your New Project
- The Importance of Planning
- Theory Test
An in-class course is a full day; the e-learning course is designed to take 4-6 hours.