Maintain Your LBP Requirements With Easy Access Onsite Training
Easy Access strives to make it safer, easier, and more cost-efficient to work at heights. With an uncompromising commitment to safety and quality, we also are focused on helping our customers to comply with regulatory standards and site requirements.
In our ongoing effort to support compliance, we offer training in the correct use of our products. Our representatives visit onsite locations across NZ to provide training on edge protection, scaffolding, and ladders. We also help those requiring height access equipment, to ascertain what product will best suit the job at hand, and provide versatility for ongoing use. Our Reps will provide options for where best to buy height access products at a nearby location, and help facilitate the purchase at the best price possible.
Training is also provided post-purchase - that includes details on applicable regulations including those of the Health and Safety at Work Act and instructions on how to safely and efficiently erect and use new scaffolding gear.
OUR TRAINING SESSIONS
We provide training through seminars and instore events, and for the attendees of these training sessions, we provide a supplementary workbook, which can be kept as a quick reference guide for trainees.
On successful completion of the quizzes in the workbook, trainees receive a Certificate of Completion. Trainees can access the workbook and complete the relevant quiz after the training. Once completed, trainees can send us the quiz, and we will issue the certificate which acts as a record of on-the-job learning.
Licensed Building Practitioners (LBPs) can use this as a record to show they have undertaken one of the two examples of on-the-job learning required every two years to maintain Licensed Building Practitioner (LBP) status.
Aspects highlighted in the Easy Access Co training include:
Mini mobile scaffold safety
Roof Edge Protection safety
Visit Easy Access Co to gain access to learning materials which can be viewed in both in PDF and Video format.