25 June 2012

PASMA mobile app released

PASMA mobile app released

Available to download now for free, the new Mobile App from PASMA provides a huge range of practical information for users of mobile access towers that can be used on a day-to-day basis to support safety, enhance competency and speed and simplify the whole process of information gathering.

Launched during Yorkshire Tower Week and believed to be the first App introduced by a trade body in the work at height sector, the PASMA mobile App is a powerful resource delivering vital information in real time to anyone involved in specifying, choosing and using mobile access towers.

Available to download for free, it provides a huge range of practical information that can be used on a day-to-day basis to support safety, enhance competency and speed and simplify the whole process of information gathering.

Using the App you get:

Invaluable access to manufacturers' instruction manuals;

The chance to check for information in the PASMA Code of Practice;

An easy and fast route to finding PASMA training centres and hirers;

The opportunity to keep on top of the latest news and developments;

The ability to upload tower images

Importantly, it also provides the opportunity for PASMA card holders to instantly maintain a personal record of safe tower builds - using photographic and GPS evidence - a facility that can also be used to identify potentially unsafe towers and notify them to PASMA.

Using the App you get:

Invaluable access to manufacturers' instruction manuals;

The chance to check for information in the PASMA Code of Practice;

An easy and fast route to finding PASMA training centres and hirers;

The opportunity to keep on top of the latest news and developments;

The ability to upload tower images

Importantly, it also provides the opportunity for PASMA card holders to instantly maintain a personal record of safe tower builds - using photographic and GPS evidence - a facility that can also be used to identify potentially unsafe towers and notify them to PASMA.

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