PASMA Training

PASMA Training stands for Portable Aerial Self-Contained Munitions. The PASMA acronym stands for Private Automatic Air Vehicles, or PASMA is a certification that is provided to a person who has successfully completed the PASMA Training program and received an official PASMA certificate. The PASMA Association also offers an International PASMA qualification that is recognized around the world. Many countries around the world recognize PASMA as their own equivalent of the PASMA Certification and because of this the International PASMA Registry is constantly being updated and altered to include new countries and / or modify the criteria required to gain a PASMA Certification. See this –

Height and Scaffolding Safety

The Prefabricated Access Providers and Manufacturers Association (PAAM) are an organization that works to develop height regulations for access towers and scaffolding in building projects around the world. Their website states: “PAAM aims to work towards creating consistency and uniformity in the designing and production of scaffolding, and the use of towers and scaffolding at construction sites.” The PASMA training course was created to help increase the safety of those working on height related projects. This includes people who may not be aware of the height regulations, including builders and engineers, and may have a role in height regulation compliance. PASMA also works to support the UK’s Building Regulations, and the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS).

PASMA Training is available online. Here you will find all the necessary information you need to know about PASMA and how PASMA can help you gain maximum productivity from your site, as well as the information you need to know about PASMA Certification and how to achieve it. If you’re looking to hire a tower inspector, here is where you can find all the information you need to get started. Whether you’re a general contractor or simply wish to work with PASMA to gain height regulation compliance for certain projects, this information is right here to help you make the best decision possible. Working with an experienced PASMA tower inspector can help you to get maximum productivity for your site and reduce the potential hazards that could cause significant delays in your project.