IPAF's Powered Access 2022 magazine is now available

IPAF Powered Access 2022

The 2022 issue of Powered Access magazine has been published and is available to read online now. IPAF’s annual magazine for readers in the UK & Ireland features articles on topics including apprenticeships, causes of accidents, IPAF’s new safety professional member category, and a virtual round-table discussion on how quality training is upskilling the wider construction industry. There are also project case studies, IPAF news and a member directory. View the digital edition at www.ipaf.org/PoweredAccess

Printed copies are being sent out with May's Construction Manager, the official magazine of the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB)Any IPAF member wishing to request free copies to share with customers or colleagues or to mail out to clients, please email members@ipaf.org to request your print editions.

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Other news you might be interested in

  • IPAF Representatives showcased MEWP safety guidance, including the importance of quality operator training, correct use of PFPE and the Don’t Fall For It! safety campaign – designed to prevent falls from the platform – at OSH India 2022 in Mumbai.

  • IPAF has issued the following statement concerning the use of the platform emergency stop function in MEWPs following safety alert JCPT2223RTB issued by Multiplex on 21 November 2022, and the response from the manufacturer of the MEWP referenced.

  • The introduction of the UK Conformity Assessed (UKCA) marking scheme has been pushed back by a further two years, in a move that will allow CE-marked (EU standard) products to continue to be sold into Great Britain markets until 31 December 2024.