The Non-Integral work platform is recommended for occasional use and for short durations.

The HSE guidance document PM28 explains how to secure the cage to the forklift and the fact that you should be able to lock off certain hydraulic controls on the forklift if the cage is in use.

It is used to gain access to elevated locations, areas that are high and often inaccessible from a ladder the basket provides a safe platform to work from

cage Non Integral work platform (Cage)
  • Introduction & Aims
  • The Health & Safety at Work Act 1974
  • The Provision & Use of Work Equipment Reg 1998 (PUWER)
  • The Lifting Operations & Lifting Equipment Regs 1998 (LOLER)
  • The pre-use inspection of the Non-Integral work platform
  • Introduction to the Non-Integral work platform components
  • Pre-use Checks & Maintenance of the Non-Integral work platform
  • Practical Training & Assessment
  • Theoretical & practical knowledge for safe use of the platform
  • Operating procedures; manoeuvring, with the platform
  • Health & safety working at height
  • Stability & siting the Non-Integral work platform
  • Use of a full body harness
  • Operating in confined spaces
  • Pre-use checks of the forklift
  • Theory Test
  • Course Evaluation

All Delegates

A fully comprehensive course aimed at people with or without any previous experience in working at height on a Non-Integral work platform

Course Length

Up to 4 Candidates

1 Day

People given the responsibility of working at height a Non-Integral work platform should attend this course to comply with PUWER 1998 and HASAWA 1974

On completion of the course, each delegate will have a working knowledge of relevant legislation and will have an awareness of the dangers of working at height using a Non-Integral work platform

Four delegates per day (Subject to Equipment Availability)

Courses are compliant with UK Health & Safety, PUWER & LOLER regulations as applicable

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