IPAF Static Platforms (1a and 1b)

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Static vertical platforms (1a) are smaller vertical access machines, which must be moved into position and the stabilisers deployed before the platform is elevated. They cannot be driven at height. This type of machine often looks like a scissor lift and is typically used for tasks such as building maintenance.

Static boom platforms (1b) are fixed in position usings stabilisers, outriggers or jacks before the elevating boom can be used. This category of machine includes lorry mounted, van mounted, trailer push-arounds and tracked platforms.

Training on these types of machines can be tailored towards any experience level and is accredited by IPAF - leading organisation in the access industry promoting the safe and effective use of powered access machines worldwide.

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