IPAF set for trio of UK and Ireland events

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Representatives from IPAF will be attending three diverse health & safety events in the UK & Ireland during September; in addition to the APF show in Warwickshire on 22-24 September, IPAF experts will be at: The Nationwide Platforms: Working at Height Best Practice Convention at Celtic Manor, Newport, Wales on 7 September; the ELECTEX trade event for electricians, electrical installers, inspectors and suppliers in Dublin, Ireland, 7-8 September; and at the Safety in Construction Show 2022 at Holywell Park, Loughborough, England, on 14 September.

Each event will be staffed by relevant IPAF representatives, who will be able to talk event attendees through the latest IPAF safety & technical guidance – including the Don’t Fall For It! safety campaign, latest Toolbox Talks and Andy Access posters – IPAF’s quality training courses, Safety Professional membership category and the IPAF Rental+ quality assurance scheme, the mark of excellence in safety and customer service for those seeking MEWP hire.

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