PASMA Conference 2019


Chances are you work with scaffold towers in your job, or you’re responsible for the health and safety of those who do. This makes PASMA Conference 2019 the perfect event for you – it’s free, it’s in Coventry and it’s happening on 26th September.

You’ll see towers used in smart, innovative ways in an outdoor showcase – from the simplest podiums and mobile access towers, onto more complex builds involving cantilevers, bridges and stairs and finally, advanced configurations that are built to specification.

Meet the PASMA members who supplied and assembled the equipment, find out what paperwork and training was required for each build, and see for yourself how towers can help people work at height safely and efficiently in all sorts of challenging scenarios.

But that’s not all – there’s a fantastic speaker line-up. Highlights will include Chris Debrick (Transport for London) on how (and why) TfL is working with PASMA to radically improve the way they work at height. Then, listen as he joins Paul Ormsby (GES) and Barri Millar (Association for Project Safety) for a panel discussion on the challenges of managing work at height, drawing on experience from their own careers – which have involved lighthouses, large-scale events and transport.

Of course, you’ll learn plenty about new developments in tower safety and get advice on preventing falls from height from the PASMA team. Welcome and closing remarks will come from PASMA’s Managing Director, Peter Bennett, who this year received an OBE for his contribution to height safety.

The next day, you’ll go back to work with a new perspective on how towers can be used in your organisation.

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