Wigan-based 3B Training, a leading multi-accredited health and safety training company, has launched its new IPAF and PASMA training facilities in Doncaster.
The approved training provider for both IPAF and PASMA, 3B Training, aims to broaden access to suitable training for the construction industry in the area.
3B Training’s Doncaster venue boasts state-of-the-art facilities, including mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPs), scaffold towers and scaffold set-ups for IPAF courses and mobile access towers for PASMA training.
The IPAF and PASMA courses provide delegates with practical training to operate safely in a construction environment. With falling from height being a common cause of fatalities in the industry, 3B Training’s courses aim to reduce the number of casualties.
“Expanding the training facilities is part of 3B Training’s aim to be a world-class training provider of choice,” says 3B Training’s Managing Director, Matt Bewley.
The company has expanded its delivery team by doubling the number of trainers over the past year, bringing in more construction sector experience to improve delegate outcomes.
With over 12 years of experience, 3B Training delivers health and safety, first aid, plant, eLearning and NVQ training to over 30,000 people annually.
Bewley added: “The addition of these facilities at our Doncaster venue is a testament to our commitment to providing the best possible training to the construction industry. We are proud to be a Build UK member and hold gold NEBOSH status.”
For more information about the IPAF and PASMA courses at 3B Training’s Blackburn and Doncaster venues, please visit 3btraining.com.