FREE ONSITE SCAFFOLDING SAFETY TRAINING AND EVALUATION – NZ WIDE
Easy Access provide scaffolding safety training and evaluation at worksites across NZ.
The Easy Access team is available by appointment to visit and evaluate your site and discuss your requirements. We will provide you with recommendations and advice on the right equipment to make working on your site safe, convenient, easy and cost-effective.
After purchase, we are available to visit your site to train you and your workers in safe and efficient assembly and use of your Easy Access products. We can also check your products to ensure they remain fit for purpose at any time after purchase.
Training work-books will be provided to any attendees at our training sessions, for reference during and after the training session. On correct completion of a short quiz following the training, certificates for Ladder Safety, Scaffold Safety and Edge Protection Safety are issued as applicable.
Helping NZ businesses to have a better comprehension of national standards in scaffolding
New Zealand has of the toughest safety regulations for building sites in the world. Therefore, it is important to ensure that you and your staff are completely knowledgeable of these practises to ensure nothing goes wrong at a site and that things are running safely and by the book.
Our training system is non-invasive and will help your staff to have a greater understanding of these practises, whilst ensuring that these regulations are being followed.
Contact us to arrange a scaffolding training from our dedicated staff
If you require the training and evaluation services of the dedicated team of staff at Easy Access, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us.
Please call 0800 394 222 to arrange for a free after-purchase training and evaluation service at your worksite.
Our team are continually dedicated to improving the safety and efficiency of worksites across the country. We want to help New Zealand worksites to remain efficient and compliant to safety regulations that can often be quite confusing.