Some plant hire specialists, like Mr Plant Hire, offer a convenient and cost-effective way of training your operators.
IPAF training london Based in Enfield, North London, Mr Plant Hire has its own fully accredited IPAF (International Powered Access Federation) training and PASMA (Prefabricated Access Suppliers’ and Manufacturers’ Association) training centre. Courses are run regularly with IPAF courses occurring on an almost daily basis with PASMA courses taking place weekly.
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IPAF & PASMA
At this point in time we run PASMA courses every week/ two weeks.
We were already a fully certified IPAF Training Centre and courses are becoming more and more frequent with us holding a minimum of two/three courses a week.
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Niftylift HR21 Hybrid machine
We have recently taken delivery of a Niftylift HR21 Hybrid machine which offers the lowest emissions on a diesel boom lift to date. Along with this it has the added safety feature of the awarding winning SIOPS anti-entrapment device fitted as standard. See more boom lifts.
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This year we have changed our supplier of 1.5 ton mini excavators, and have gone with Volvo. We found this to be about the most robust machine for our requirement although we still are staying with Yanmar for our 3 & 5 ton machines. Find out more about our excavator range.
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Our growing fleet of delivery vehicles is delivering daily into London, & the South East.
An investment of over 500k has been spent on the purchase of the new Boss Clima & AGR aluminium towers. These are available in three different base sizes & the platform heights range from 1.2m to 12.2m. This tower is a market leader & the feedback from our customers has been 100% positive. We also offer tower bumper’s & scaff tags as additional purchase items to help solve your health & safety issues.
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