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All Access Training Services specialise in CISRS Scaffold Courses from our training centre in Hillington, Glasgow. We pride ourselves in providing the highest standards and professionalism from start to finish. Our instructors are fully certified and qualified to hold training for CISRS training courses in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Inverness, Aberdeen and across many other locations throughout Scotland.
We have a wealth of knowledge and experience within the scaffold and construction sector with Health and safety being at the forefront of our agenda. It’s our mission to achieve the best practices within our training at all times. We ensure legal obligations are met in accordance with current statutory legislation.
Flexible Training Options
We are flexible and will accommodate where possible on the location and dates to suit your needs. Training can be carried out either at our premises, onsite, offshore or anywhere around the world.
All Access Training Services Limited prides itself in providing the highest standards and professionalism from initial enquiry through to delivery of services and beyond.
We are flexible and will accommodate where possible on the location and dates to suit your needs. Training can be carried out either at our premises in Hillington Glasgow, onsite, offshore or anywhere round the world.
Our Portfolio includes:
CISRS System Scaffold Product Training (SSPTS)
CISRS Scaffold Inspection Training Scheme (SISTS)
CISRS Operative Training Scheme (COTS)
Scaffold Rescue Training
Scaffold Anchor Installation & Ties
SG4 Preventing Falls in Scaffolding Operations
Manual Handling Training
Safety Harness Training
Scaffold Appreciation & Inspection
Working at Height
Hop Up’s and Handrail Training
Abrasive Wheel Training
With years of experience and highly qualified staff, All Access Training Services Ltd provides an independent scaffold inspection service that meets the legal requirements of The Work at Height Regulations 2005.
These can include:
Seven Day (Statutory)
All scaffolding requires to be inspected to ensure it meets appropriate safety standards following:
Before it is first used
At an interval of no more than seven days until it is dismantled
After bad or excessively wet weather or high winds or another event likely to have affected its strength or stability
After any substantial additions or other alterations
After unauthorised interference
The legal responsibility for scaffold inspection rests usually with the hiring organisation and when utilised All Access Training Services Ltd can assist the hirer to remain compliant.
Our clients include Scaffolding Contractors, Building and Construction Contractors, Local Authorities and more.